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28.10.2019Monica Bolelli

Conference on public sector wage setting

To date, research on wage setting has focused mostly on the private rather than the public sector. A conference on “The Political Economy of Public Sector Wage Setting in Europe,”“The Political Economy of Public Sector Wage Setting in Europe,” held in September in Cologne, brought together researchers from various subdisciplines of the social sciences and practitioners from public institutions. Their objective over the seven sessions was to explore the importance of wage-setting mechanisms for the European Economic and Monetary Union (EMU) from different perspectives and to advance theoretical and empirical understanding of public sector wage setting in the context of the European Union. The conference was organized by Donato Di Carlo, postdoctoral researcher at the MPIfG. Conference website

 

 
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