Syncronized or Staggered Wage Bargaining
[EN] This paper analyzes the timing of wage bargaining in a unionized market, assuming that workers are organized in independent unions. In equilibrium, when unions decide the timing of the negotiations, we obtain a staggered wage setting. When firms decide the timing of the negotiations, we obtain a synchonized wage setting. In general, the result also holds when workers are organized in an industry union.
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