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Jirjahn, Uwe
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Research Papers in Economics No. 10/15
This chapter provides a survey of econometric studies on trade unions and collective bargaining in Germany. Traditionally, these studies have examined the determinants of trade union membership and collective bargaining coverage. Recent research has a strong focus on the implications of collective bargaining for wages, flexibility and the performance of firms. Specific attention is paid to opening clauses and company-level pacts for employment and competitiveness.
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