Wages and labour mobility: a report by a group of independent experts on the relation between changes in wage differentials and the pattern of employment
Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, 1965 - Labor mobility - 258 pages
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Maclaurin W Rupert and Myers Charles Wages and the Movement of Factory Labor
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ARTICLES AUTDMDBILES AUTRES average hourly earnings CADUTCHDUC Canada CDNNEXES CDNSTRUCTIDN cent CHIMIQUES CLDTHING collective agreement collective bargaining conventions collectives CUIR d'emploi demand differences dispersion DTHER Earnings of Male East South Central economic EDITIDN ELECTRIQUES employers employment entreprises EQUIPMENT FABRICATIDN factors firms Gains horaires groups HABILLEMENT income indicates INDUSTRIES MANUFACTURIERES interquartile range l'entreprise labor market main-d'oeuvre Male Wage-Earners MANUFACTURE DF manufacturing industries median METAL METALLIQUES METAUX MISCELLANEDUS mobility moyenne narrowing negotiated Netherlands octobre organisations ouvriers du sexe PAPER pattern PDUR percentage period PETRDLEUM PRDDUCTS production workers profits proportion rank correlation ratio regional régions relationship relative salaires salaries sectors semi-skilled SERVICES sexe masculin significant South Statistics steel Stuart Jamieson supply Table TCBACCD TEXTILE trade TRANSPDRT TRANSPDRTATIDN travail travailleurs unemployment union variables wage changes wage differentials wage increases wage levels wage movements wage rates WCDD WDDD White collar Blue