1 edition of Wage-structure in theory and practice found in the catalog.
Wage-structure in theory and practice
|Statement||by Mark W. Leiserson [and others] ; edited by E.M. Hugh-Jones.|
|Series||Studies in industrial economics -- 6|
|Contributions||Hugh-Jones, E. M., Leiserson, Mark W.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||242|
Wage components 1. UNIT 4: WAGE COMPONENTS Objectives After going through this unit, you will be able to: Understand the Various wage/salary components Understand the Wages Incentives Understand the Pay structure: basic and allowances Structures Wage/Salary Components Introduction Meaning Of Wage And Salary Concept Of Wage And Salary . Salary structures are an important component of effective compensation programs and help ensure that pay levels for groups of jobs are competitive externally and equitable internally. A well Author: Culpepper And Associates.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Leiserson, Mark Whittlesey. Wage-structure in theory and practice. Amsterdam, North-Holland Pub. Co., Lawrence F. Katz, David H. Autor, in Handbook of Labor Economics, 1 Introduction. Studies of the wage structure are as old as the economics profession.
Adam Smith in chapter 10 of Book I of The Wealth of Nations provided a comprehensive and elegant analysis of the determinants of differences in wages among individuals and employments. Smith emphasized that wage differences were. This theory owes its development to Francis A.
Walker (). According to Walker, there are four factors of production or business activity, viz., land, labour, capital, and entrepreneurship.
He views that once all other three factors are rewarded what remains left is paid as wages to workers. Thus, according to this theory, worker is the. Chapter 1 provides an introduction to tiered compensation structures. Tiered compensation structures are defined and a means for classify ing tiers is introduced.
In addition, a framework of the labor-management relations process is presented, focusing on the influences that may af fect the development of tiers. The book is organized into four interrelated sections: •Theorizing Industrial Relations •The changing institutions that shape employment practice •The processes used by governments.
The distribution of income, the rate of pay raises, and the mobility of employees is crucial to understanding labor economics. Although research abounds on the distribution of wages across individuals in the economy, wage differentials within firms remain a mystery to economists.
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Part II is a study of national wage structure in the United States and in four other countries, with a final chapter setting forth a generalized theory of the evolution of national wage structures in liberal capitalist economies. The book may be considered from two points of view, institu-tional and analytical.
The chapters on American. studies of wage structure that have been presented by other authors, including those in the Bureau of Labor Statistics, whose primary role has been fact-gathering rather than analysis and inter-pretation.
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T he post-war period is characterized in France by important changes in the distribution of aggregate wages. The generalized use of the social wage is a manifestation of this upheaval, remuneration being henceforth dependent not only on output or Author: François Sellier.Abstract.
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