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  • Carmichael, B.
  • Royer, J.
  • Van Audenrode, M.

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Cet expose s'attrade a expliquer les mouvements dans la productivite du travail. Le but de cet ouvrage est de tester les resultats theoriques de Ho rning (1994). Celui-ci propose des mouvements procycliques du "labour hoarding" comme solution aux problemes encourus par les modeles des cycles reels. Comme il est demontre ici, cette correlation positive entre le "labour hoarding" et le cycle economique fait en sorte que la productivite est p lus volatile que les statistiques habituelles peuvent laisser croire.

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Paper provided by Laval - Recherche en Politique Economique in its series Papers with number 9825.

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Length: 23 pages
Date of creation: 1998
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Handle: RePEc:fth:lavape:9825

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Keywords: PRODUCTIVITE ; TRAVAIL ; MODELES ECONOMIQUES;

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