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La régionalisation de la négociation salariale en Belgique: vraie nécessité ou faux débat?

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  • Robert Plasman
  • Michael Rusinek
  • Ilan Tojerow

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En Belgique, la question de la formation des salaries n’échappe pas à la communautarisation des débats. Parmi les réformes suggérées apparaît de manière récurrente la régionalisation des négociations salariales. Ses partisans estiment notamment que les différences de productivité entre région ne sont pas intégralement prises en compte dans une formation unifiée des salaires. Les différentes estimations réalisées dans cette étude nous ont permis de constater que dans l’état actuel, des différentiels salariaux existent déjà entre régions, secteurs et commissions paritaires. Nous avons également observé que les salaires sont sensibles à l’évolution des profits dans les trois régions. Sur base de ces différents résultats, nous pouvons conclure que les différences de profitabilité sont d’une certaine manière déjà prises en compte dans la formation des salaires. Il n’est pas sûr qu’une régionalisation de la formation des salaires débouche sur un résultat fort différent.

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Paper provided by ULB -- Universite Libre de Bruxelles in its series DULBEA Working Papers with number 07-04.RS.

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Length: 17 p.
Date of creation: Mar 2007
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Publication status: Published by: ULB, DULBEA
Handle: RePEc:dul:wpaper:07-04rs

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Keywords: Wages; Collective bargaining; Federalism; Belgium.;

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