A Two-Sector Effort-Regulation Model with Implications for Wage Developments of the 1980s

A simple two-sector effort-regulation model, which assumes that the cost of job loss responds to labor's bargaining power and which acknowledges influences of institutional change, import penetration and shifting employment, can account for the declining real wages for non-supervisory workers in goods sector industries in the 1980s.
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