Globalisation and Labour Market Adjustment by D. Greenaway, R. Upward, P. Wright

By D. Greenaway, R. Upward, P. Wright

Even though economists have lengthy pointed to the combination profits from elevated monetary integration, the preferred conception of globalization is far extra pessimistic. employees consider much less safe of their jobs and worry salary losses and unemployment. This booklet explores those matters, and asks no matter if the worries are warranted.

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Are losses greater for trade-displaced workers? How long does it take for workers to become re-employed? Are trade-displaced workers jobless for longer periods? In the following sub-sections, we review some of the main contributions which provide answers to each of these questions. 1 How can one identify trade-displaced workers? 10 This approach builds on three important premises. First, that it is possible to identify the industries that are most affected by increased international competition.

They note that a common feature of the models reviewed above is the implicit assumption that the trade union is a ‘closed shop’ with 100 per cent level of membership. This assumption, however, contrasts with reality where ‘open shop’ arrangements, in which the union is recognised for bargaining purposes but represents only part of the workforce, are the dominant form of union organisation (OECD, 2004). Building on the well-established result that, by affecting the employer’s disagreement payoff, the level of union density impacts on the bargained wage, they argue that trade liberalisation may also influence the outcome of collective bargaining via that route.

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