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Wodurch wird die Lohnelastizität der Arbeitsnachfrage bestimmt? - die Hicks-Marshall-Regeln


  • Jochen Michaelis

    () (Universitaet Kassel)

  • Marco de Pinto

    () (Universitaet Kassel)


Ist die Arbeitsnachfragekurve eher steil oder eher flach? Die diesbezüglichen Überlegungen von John Hicks (1932) und Alfred Marshall (1920) haben nichts an Aktualität verloren. Ihre vier „Gesetze der Nachfrage“ sind nach wie vor Ausgangspunkt vieler Studien zur Theorie und Empirie der Arbeitsnachfrage. Ziel dieses Beitrags ist es, analytische Herleitung und ökonomische Intuition der Hicks-Marshall-Regeln miteinander zu verknüpfen.

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  • Jochen Michaelis & Marco de Pinto, 2009. "Wodurch wird die Lohnelastizität der Arbeitsnachfrage bestimmt? - die Hicks-Marshall-Regeln," MAGKS Papers on Economics 200941, Philipps-Universität Marburg, Faculty of Business Administration and Economics, Department of Economics (Volkswirtschaftliche Abteilung).
  • Handle: RePEc:mar:magkse:200941

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