Enterprise Bargaining and Productivity:Evidence from the Business Longitudinal Survey
AuthorTSENG, YI-PING; WOODEN, MARK
AffiliationEconomics and Commerce: Melbourne Institute of Applied Economic and Social Research
CitationsTseng, Yi-Ping and Wooden, Mark (2001) Enterprise Bargaining and Productivity:Evidence from the Business Longitudinal Survey.
Access StatusOpen Access
Melbourne Institute Working Paper No. 8/01. This paper is the result of work being undertaken as part of a collaborative research program entitled:"The Performance of Australian Enterprises: Innovation, Productivity and Profitability". The project is generously supported by the Australian Research Council and the following collaborative partners: the Australian Tax Office, the Commonwealth Office of Small Business, IBIS Business Information Pty Ltd, the Productivity Commission, and the Victorian Department of State Development. The views expressed in this paper, however, represent those of the authors and are not necessarily shared by the collaborative partners. The authors also thank Lou Will, who acted as a referee for this paper, and provided many valuable comments.
Keywordsenterprising bargaining; Business Longitudinal Study; enterprise agreements
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