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Wage behavior in the postwar period

an empirical analysis

by Princeton University. Industrial Relations Section.

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Published by Greenwood Press in Westport, Conn .
Written in English

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  • United States.
    • Subjects:
    • Wages -- United States.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby William G. Bowen.
      SeriesResearch report series (Princeton University. Industrial Relations Section) ;, no. 100.
      ContributionsBowen, William G.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHD4975 .P73 1973
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxiii, 137 p.
      Number of Pages137
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5418177M
      ISBN 100837170133
      LC Control Number73010582

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Wage behavior in the postwar period book OCLC Number: Notes: Reprint of the ed. published by Industrial Relations Section, Princeton University, Princeton, which was.

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Princeton University. Industrial Relations Section. Wages behavior in the postwar period.

Princeton, Industrial Relations. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Bowen, William G. Wage behavior in the postwar period. Princeton, N.J.: Princeton University, (OCoLC) Income From Wages and Salaries in the Postwar Period.

Summary. TOTAL payments for wages and salaries, exclusive of military pay, more than doubled from toand accounted for a major part of the increase in national income.

In these payments reached their. Wages during War, Inflation, and Dictatorship THE present chapter is concerned with wage behavior in World War I, the Great Inflation, and the period of National Socialism including World War II. During these extraordinary episodes of German history, the course of wages was so much affected by drastic changes in politicalAuthor: Gerhard Bry.

This paper examines the behavior of real wages over the business cycle using Japanese data covering the period – The cyclical components of prices, real wages and three cyclical variables are extracted from the observed time : I.A.

Moosa. In historical data covering the period between the late-nineteenth-century andU.S. wage behavior appears to be much more similar to that in Britain and Japan. The contrast between the prewar data and the postwar data, where the U.S.

is a definite outlier, suggests that the invention of the three-year staggered U.S. wage contract may. traction of This postwar experience, therefore, is similar to the prewar trend toward greater rigidity of wage rates in business contractions, although to generalize on the basis of a period so brief and current is hazardous at best.

APPENDIX A Wage Rate Indexes, with Notes on their Construction. The Postwar Economy: As the Cold War unfolded in the decade and a half after World War II, the United States experienced phenomenal economic growth.

The war brought the return of prosperity, and in the postwar period the United States consolidated its position as the world's richest country. Why were Alfred Kinsey's books Sexual Behavior in the Human Male and Sexual Behavior in the Human Female significant in the postwar period.

D) They opened a national conversation about sexuality and helped Americans talk more openly. The cyclical behavior of real wages has evolved from mildly countercyclical during the interwar period to modestly procyclical in the postwar era.

This paper presents a general-equilibrium business-cycle model that helps explain the evolution. Income From Wages and Salaries in the Postwar Period: Bulletin of the United States Bureau of Labor Statistics, No.

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cities. The table spans pages Cement industry job wages and hours, Average earnings by occupation and districts. Pay for overtime and work on Sundays. Bulletin of the United States Author: Marie Concannon. Foundations of Supply-Side Economics: Theory and Evidence is composed of a series of papers containing both theoretical and empirical analyses of a set of issues in government fiscal policy.

The type of analysis employed in the book is standard neoclassical economics, and this analysis is used to study the macroeconomic incentive effects of. plant throughout the period studied was an integrated plant for the manufacture and assembly of agricultural implements, 1 William G.

Bowen, Wage Behavior in the Postwar Period (Princeton: Princeton Univer-sity Press, ), and Robert Ozanne, "Im-pact of Unions on Wage Levels and Income Distribution," Quarterly Journal of Economics, May Why were Alfred Kinsey's books Sexual Behavior in the Human Male and Sexual Behavior in the Human Female significant in the postwar period.

They opened a national conversation about sexuality and helped Americans talk more openly. Behaviour of Canadian wages and salaries in the postwar period.

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Wages Research Division. OCLC Number: Description: pages 29 cm. Downloadable (with restrictions). The cyclical behavior of real wages has evolved from mildly countercyclical during the interwar period to modestly procyclical in the postwar era.

This paper presents a general-equilibrium business-cycle model that helps explain the evolution. In the model, changes in the real wage cyclicality arise from interactions between nominal wage and price rigidities. This chapter describes the patterns of urban economic growth in the United States over the period from to for a fairly large sample of metropolitan areas.

The most comprehensive and best data to utilize in examining patterns of urban employment growth are from the Census of.

Corresponding to greater flexibility in wages, these two countries also exhibit more stable employment behavior over the business cycle. In historical data covering the period between the late-nineteenth-century andU.S. wage behavior appears to be much more similar to that in Britain and Japan.

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