Why employers prefer not to bargain over jobs.
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Why employers prefer not to bargain over jobs. by Steve Dowrick

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Published by University of Warwick Department of Economics in Coventry .
Written in English

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SeriesWarwick economic research papers / University of Warwick Department of Economics -- no.264
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Open LibraryOL16433241M

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