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See detailFormation des salaires en Belgique : interactions sectorielles et performances macroéconomiques
Bourgain, Arnaud UL; Mehta, Kirti; Shadman, Fatemeh et al

in Regards Economiques (2018), (141), 1-15

L’article examine le rôle des interactions salariales entre secteur privé et secteur public. Les résultats empiriques sur la période 1995-2015 suggèrent clairement qu’il n’y a pas, dans la formation des ... [more ▼]

L’article examine le rôle des interactions salariales entre secteur privé et secteur public. Les résultats empiriques sur la période 1995-2015 suggèrent clairement qu’il n’y a pas, dans la formation des salaires belges, un secteur «leader» qui imposerait systématiquement ses hausses de salaire à l’autre secteur. Les interactions salariales sectorielles privé-public sont très fortes, mais au final chaque secteur conserve une large autonomie. Les salaires du secteur privé sont en particulier nettement plus sensibles aux modifications de l’environnement macro-économique (productivité, inflation, chômage), et caractérisés par une tendance négative qu’on peut attribuer à une plus forte modération salariale. [less ▲]

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See detailAnalyse de l’impact des interactions sectorielles sur l’évolution des salaires
Bourgain, Arnaud UL; Sneessens, Henri UL; Shadman, Fatemeh et al

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See detailAnalyse de l’impact des interactions sectorielles sur l’évolution des salaires. Comparaison de quatre pays
Bourgain, Arnaud UL; Sneessens, Henri UL; Shadman, Fatemeh et al

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The main objective is to examine the interactions between various sectors in the determination of wages. After a brief description of sectoral specificities in wage setting, the core of the project ... [more ▼]

The main objective is to examine the interactions between various sectors in the determination of wages. After a brief description of sectoral specificities in wage setting, the core of the project consists in estimating different wages functions taking into account wage spillovers across macro-sectors (manufacturing industry, finance, other services and public sector). To this end, we use quarterly sectoral data on four countries (Belgium, Luxembourg, France, Germany) over the period 1995-2014 and we estimate VAR-ECM and other econometric models addressing potential endogeneity problems. [less ▲]

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See detailFormation des salaires et indexation automatique - Analyse comparative de quatre pays européens
Bourgain, Arnaud UL; Sneessens, Henri UL; Shadman, Fatemeh et al

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Automatic indexation mechanisms are often criticized for being a key source of inflexibility of actual real wages and thus responsible for a lack of adjustment to in the labour market and for a ... [more ▼]

Automatic indexation mechanisms are often criticized for being a key source of inflexibility of actual real wages and thus responsible for a lack of adjustment to in the labour market and for a deterioration of cost-competiveness. The aim of this study is to empirically assess whether this point of view is well founded. Statistical The Statistical and econometric research relates to four countries: two with institutionalized indexation of wages to consumer prices (Luxembourg and Belgium) and two without institutionalized indexation (Germany and France). this comparative econometric study, applied to four countries with or without indexation mechanisms, shows that the presence of institutionalized indexation does not significantly alter the process through which hourly wages are set, by observingas revealed by the long-term relationships or dynamic reactions to an exogenous shock. In other words, whilst differences in wage flexibility exist, their causes may be found elsewhere and not necessarily in automatic indexation mechanisms. Beyond the perimeter of this study, factors for the adjustment or inflexibility of wages might rather be sought in other directions, such as wages upon recruitment, inter-sector flexibility, the variable portion of remuneration, or changes in the composition of the labour force by sector, for example. [less ▲]

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See detailEffets des préretraites sur l'emploi
Sneessens, Henri UL; Pierrard, Olivier; Shadman, Fatemeh

in Revue Française d'Economie (2003), 18(1), 133-155

The paper analyzes the mechanisms by which policies aiming at downsizing the labour force (like early retirement policies) may in fact lead to lower employment levels, even though the equilibrium ... [more ▼]

The paper analyzes the mechanisms by which policies aiming at downsizing the labour force (like early retirement policies) may in fact lead to lower employment levels, even though the equilibrium unemployment rate is decreased. Numerical examples suggest that job losses may be potentially important, even in the case where early retirements are concentrated among groups with high unemployment levels (low-skilled workers). The model takes into account the effects coming from imperfect competition and wage negotiations, as well as those coming from frictions and matching difficulties in an economy with continuous job creations and destructions. Reducing the labour force by promoting early retirement induces in the long run an increase in labour costs, either directly through the effect of unemployment on wages, or indirectly via the effect of unemployment on hiring difficulties. [less ▲]

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See detailBelgian Unemployment: The Story of a Small Open Economy Caught in a Worldwide Recession
Shadman, Fatemeh; Sneessens, Henri UL

in Drèze, J.H.; Bean, C.R. (Eds.) Europe's Unemployment Problem (1991)

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