Pay in Europe in different wage-bargaining regimes - Executive summary

This report provides a quantitative analysis of how the features of national wage-bargaining regimes affect pay outcomes. The analysis builds on the theoretical propositions that both highly centralised and highly decentralised regimes align wages and productivity, ensuring a high level of employment, and that a high degree of coordination of wage bargaining can moderate wage increases, leading to macroeconomic stability. Read more in the report - see Related content.

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