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Kan arbetsmarknadens parter minska jämviktsarbetslösheten? Teori och modellsimuleringar

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  • Hjelm, Göran


    (National Institute of Economic Research)

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    Denna studie visar att utfallet i avtalsrörelsen 2007 har stor betydelse för framtida produktion och sysselsättning. Beräkningar i Konjunkturinstitutets makroekonomiska modell KIMOD visar att parterna kan minska jämviktsarbetslösheten med en procentenhet genom återhållsamma avtal 2007-2009. Den högre sysselsättningen innebär att arbetstagarkollektivet som helhet tjänar på ett sådant avtal trots att den nominella löneökningstakten kortsiktigt blir lägre. Studien beskriver också i detalj den arbetsmarknadsteori som ingår i KIMOD och hur den har inkorporerats utifrån befintlig empirisk forskning.

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    Paper provided by National Institute of Economic Research in its series Working Papers with number 99.

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    Length: 53 pages
    Date of creation: 01 Dec 2006
    Handle: RePEc:hhs:nierwp:0099
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