As part of our External Seminar series in which academics present their work to NIESR staff and special guests, on Wednesday 4th February we will have Getinet Haile, (University of Nottingham, UK & IZA, Bonn, Germany) discussing work he did on the union decline in Britain, and we would pleased for you to attend.
Wage setting is commonly modelled as the outcome of a rational process by informed actors. Even when allowing for imperfections, such as bargaining or asymmetric information models, the decision-making process is assumed to be objective and precise. This allows a range of labour market behaviours, from job search to executive pay, to be modelled and analysed with clear predictions and policy implications.
Multinationality, R&D and Productivity Evidence on the top R&D spenders
External Seminar Series
As part of our External Seminar series in which academics present their work to NIESR staff and special guests, on Thursday 22nd January we will have Davide Castellani (Professor of Applied Economics, University of Perugia) discussing work he did on the relationship between multinationality and performance, and we would love for you to attend.