La modération salariale : le point de vue des (néo-)kaleckiens
According to orthodoxy, wage moderation policies are a good way to support growth and employment. The recent versions of the (neo-)Kaleckian model criticise this assertion. We present and discuss this model in its canonical form. Then we take into account some important developments: endogenous rate of mark-up in a wage bargaining frame, technical progress and open economy.
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