Princeton University: Industrial Relations Section

Ashenfelter, Orley
January 1973
Industrial & Labor Relations Review;Jan73, Vol. 26 Issue 2, p910
Academic Journal
This article offers update on the research programs of the Industrial Relations Section of Princeton University as of January 1973. Orley Ashenfelter is completing a study of wage inflation in Great Britain, which analyzes hypotheses about the determinants of earnings changes. George de Menil's research work involves bargaining and wages in U.S. manufacturing industries. Daniel S. Hamermesh is currently working on union bargaining and wage inflation, with emphasis on the role of intersectoral spillovers. Albert Rees is finishing his book "The Economics of Work and Compensation," which focused on a survey of the basic theory and empirical matter in the economics of labor.


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