Wage Developments in Manufacturing, 1966
- ESTABLISHMENT DATA EARNINGS NOT SEASONALLY ADJUSTED. // Employment & Earnings;Nov2000, Vol. 47 Issue 11, p123
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- Occupational pay structure in structural steel fabrication. Williams, Harry B. // Monthly Labor Review;Aug76, Vol. 99 Issue 8, p36
Reports on the unchanged occupational wage structure of production workers in fabricated structural steel manufacturing businesses in the United States according to the National Labor Statistics' wage surveys between 1969 and 1974. Average earnings; Factors attributed to the trend.
- Evidence on Nominal Wage Rigidity from a Panel of U.S. Manufacturing Industries. GHOSAL, VIVEK; LOUNGANI, PRAKASH // Journal of Money, Credit & Banking (Ohio State University Press);Nov96, Vol. 28 Issue 4, p650
No abstract available.
- WAGES UP, EMPLOYMENT TREND MIXED IN NONELECTRICAL MACHINERY. Caramela, Edward J. // Monthly Labor Review;Nov74, Vol. 97 Issue 11, p55
Examines the pay levels and employment trend for workers in nonelectrical machinery manufacturing industries in the United States. Average hourly earnings; Work schedules; Changes in employment; Classification of industry workers.
- Globalization Pays Off. // Research Reports: American Institute for Economic Research;9/3/2012, Vol. 79 Issue 15, p1
The article reports on the substantial revival experienced by manufacturing industry in the U.S. since late 2011 indicating a positive trend that could absorb even more of the semi-skilled labor force. It cites that the growth is driven by the return of American business to the country due to...
- Protection, trade, and wages: Evidence from U.S. manufacturing. Gaston, Noel; Trefler, Daniel // Industrial & Labor Relations Review;Jul94, Vol. 47 Issue 4, p574
This paper investigates the effects of international trade policy on wages in U.S. manufacturing industries in 1983. The data set combines micro labor market data with comprehensive data on tariffs and nontariff trade barriers such as quotas and antidumping duties. The authors find that workers...
- Pauperization of Work. // Society;Sep/Oct87, Vol. 24 Issue 6, p3
This article highlights the findings of a report released by the Council on International and Public Affairs on joblessness and trends in wages and types of jobs in the U.S. from December 1986 through March 1987. According to the report, two out of every three new jobs during the first quarter...
- Have you heard? U.S. manufacturing is back. Vavra, Bob // Plant Engineering;Nov2011, Vol. 65 Issue 9, p96
In this article the author reflects on the return of manufacturing operations in the U.S. in the wake of the global recession. He states that earlier manufacturers were shifting their operations to other countries to take advantage of low wages, but after recession, U.S. manufacturers are...
- Trade Unions and the Rate of Change of Money Wages in United States Manufacturing Industry. Ashenfelter, O.C.; Johnson, G.E.; Pencavel, J.H. // Review of Economic Studies;Jan72, Vol. 39 Issue 1, p27
The purpose of this paper is to examine a formal model of aggregate wage determination in the union and non-union sectors of U.S. manufacturing industry in order to obtain testable implications concerning the effects of trade unions on the rate of change of average money wages. Section I...