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Dynamique salariale et norme sociale Une approche a posteriori par la théorie de la viabilité

  • Valence, Arnaud

Cet article présente un modèle de formation des salaires par négociations décentralisées contraint par le principe d'équité. Cette modélisation pose un problème de viabilité dont l'aboutissement est la caractérisation a posteriori de la convention salariale, ce qui permet de dépasser la controverse norme vs rationalité. Le résultat est que cette approche permet de penser l'historicité et la socialité du rapport salarial de long terme; l'historicité car l'approche a posteriori invite à la notion d'équilibre stationnaire au profit de l'équilibre ponctué; sa socialité car bien qu'étant endogène au modèle -a posteriori- la convention demeure rétive au changement. Cette approche permet en outre de moduler la régulation salariale selon son niveau de représentation sociale, suivant sa décomposabilité en régulation décentralisée (microéconomique) et centralisé (sociétale).

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Paper provided by CEPREMAP in its series CEPREMAP Working Papers (Couverture Orange) with number 0201.

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Length: 41 pages
Date of creation: 2002
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Handle: RePEc:cpm:cepmap:0201
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