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Working Paper 12-09 - Salaires et négociation collective en Belgique : une analyse microéconomique en panel

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  • Maritza López-Novella
  • Salimata Sissoko

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Paper provided by Federal Planning Bureau, Belgium in its series Working Papers with number 0912.

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Keywords: Wages; Wage drift; Collective bargaining; efficiency wage; Rent sharing;

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