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assumptions attitudes balance bargaining stance boom Britain British capacity utilisation capital cent centralised changes Chapter competition concession costs countries decentralised deflation demand economists effect employers emulation escalator exchange rate expect explain exports France free trade Germany growth higher immigrants important incomes policy indirect resistance costs industrial relations inflationary investment Italy Joan Robinson keep labour force laggard large firms leaders least less lower managers management's manufacturing mergers militancy monetarism monetarists money supply multinationals negotiated neoclassical Netherlands oligopoly overtime Phillips Curve political pressure price inflation production profit public sector reason recession reduce relative revaluation rise sect Section shop stewards shortage skilled small firms social social democracy stewards strike costs strong structure Sweden tend theory top managers trade unions trend unemployed unemployment union density union sector unionisation wage increases wage inflation weaken West Germany workplace organisation