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"Minimálbér-paradoxon" versenyzői munkaerőpiacon?. Egy gondolatkísérlet tanulságai
[Minimum-wage paradox" in a competitive labour market?. Lessons from an experimental line of thought]

  • Gábor R., István
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    A versenyzői munkaerőpiac hagyományos kereslet-kínálati modellje az egyensúlyi bérszintet meghaladó minimálbér következményeként az egyensúlyi bérszint mellettinél alacsonyabb foglalkoztatást jósol; minél magasabb a minimálbér, annál alacsonyabbat. Empirikus vizsgálatok szerint ugyanakkor a minimálbér-emelés nem feltétlenül csökkenti a foglalkoztatást - ezt nevezik minimálbér-paradoxonnak -, ami legkézenfekvőbben a munkáltatók munkaerő-piaci monopszonerejével látszik magyarázhatónak. Ezzel szemben az a gondolatkísérlet, amelyről ez a cikk beszámol, általánosabb érvényű, versenyzői munkaerőpiacot feltételező magyarázat kidolgozására irányul. Journal of Economic Literature (JEL) kód: E20, E30, J38.

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    Volume (Year): LVII (2010)
    Issue (Month): 2 ()
    Pages: 132-141

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