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Migration, Cultural Identity and Diasporas An Identity Economics Approach

economic cooperation is discussed. The costs and benefits of adapting to a country’s culture are studied in Section 3. The analytical core of the paper is Section 4. In this section, the Akerlof-Kranton (2000) identity game is applied to immigration. Starting with the decision to migrate, a sequential game between a representative migrant and a representative citizen in the destination country is modeled and solved. The policy implications of the cultural identity game are studied in Section 5. Section 6 concludes. 2 The economic relevance of culture and cultural

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A Simple Model for the Integration of Goods and the Capital Market with Unionized Labor Markets

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The present work analyzes the effects of goods and capital market integration on welfare. In an imperfectly competitive industry with unionized labor, openness to competition via exports, the possibility of holding minority stakes into a rival company and undertaking Greenfield Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) exemplify product and capital market liberalization, respectively. Challenging the “lieu commune” that liberalization a priori improves the social welfare of an economy, making use of a game-theoretic approach, it is shown that a domestic government should design the appropriate interventions in product and capital markets depending on the precise pattern of economic integration.

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Frontal assault versus incremental change: A comparison of collective bargaining in Portugal and the Netherlands

bargaining. Section 2 discusses decentralisation. Section 3 examines the role of extensions. Section 4 discusses the role of ultra and retro-activity. Section 5 discusses the role of coordination and trust between the social partners. Finally, Section 6 concludes. 2 Decentralisation In many countries with national or sectoral bargaining, decentralisation has been “the name of the game in industrial relations” ( Visser, 2013b ). Decentralisation refers to the creation of more space for negotiations over working conditions at the level of the firm

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Economics of Artificial Intelligence: Implications for the Future of Work

Erosion and Profit Shifting Project Paris Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development Ponce Del Castillo, A. (2018): Artificial Intelligence: A Game Changer for the World of Work. Foresight Brief No. 5. Brussels: European Trade Union Institute. Ponce Del Castillo A. 2018 Artificial Intelligence: A Game Changer for the World of Work. Foresight Brief No. 5 Brussels European Trade Union Institute Rifkin, J. (2014): The Zero Marginal Cost Society: The Internet of Things, the Collaborative Commons, and the Eclipse of Capitalism. New York: St

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AirBaltic Case Based Analysis of Potential for Improving Employee Engagement Levels in Latvia through Gamification

References airBaltic Intranet. (2015). about airBaltic. Retrieved from Intra.Airbaltic.com. Aparicio, A., Vela, F., Sánchez, J., & Montes, J. (2012). Analysis and application of gamification. Elche, Alicante, Spain. http://dx.doi.org/10.1145/2379636.2379653 Badgeville. (2015). Game Mechanics. Retrieved from Badgeville.com: https://badgeville.com/products/gamification Bartle, R. (1996, August 28). HEARTS, CLUBS, DIAMONDS, SPADES: PLAYERS WHO SUIT MUDS. Colchester, Essex, United Kingdom

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Measurement of Social Innovation at Organisation’s Level: Theoretical Issues

2013 Guide to Social Innovation Regional and Urban Policy Retrieved from http://ec.europa.eu/regional_policy/sources/docgener/presenta/social_innovation/social_innovation_2013.pdf Gamal, D., Salah, T. & Elrayyes, N. (2011). How to measure organization Innovativeness? An overview of Innovation measurement frameworks and Innovation Audit/Management tools . Innovation support Department. TIEC. Gamal D. Salah T. Elrayyes N. 2011 How to measure organization Innovativeness? An overview of Innovation measurement frameworks and Innovation Audit

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Corporate Governance and Human Resource Management in Nigeria’s Downstream Petroleum Sector

., 2004. The ratings game: corporate governance ratings and why you should care. Global Corporate Governance Guide 2004. London: Globe White Page. Budd, J., and Scoville, J., 2005. The ethics of human resources and industrial relations: Labour and Employment Relations Association. Burleigh, M., 2013. A country so corrupt it will be better to burn our aid money. from www.dailymail.co.uk/dilute/article-2387359/Nigeria-country-corrupt-bettre-burn-aidmoney.html Ebrahim, Z., Inderwildi, O. R., and King, D. A., 2014

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Efficient Use of Behavioral Tools to Reduce Electricity Demand of Domestic Consumers

Influences of Economic and Psychological Factors on Energy- Saving Behavior: A Field Experiment in Matsuyama, Japan http://www.econ.kobeu.ac.jp/RePEc/koe/wpaper/2012/1206.pdf. Mohsenian-Rad, A. H., Wong, V. W., Jatskevich, J., Schober, R., and Leon-Garcia, A., 2010.v Autonomous demand-side management based on game-theoretic energy consumption scheduling for the future smart grid. Smart Grid. IEEE Transactions on Smart Grid, 1(3), 320-331. Moshari, A., Yousefi, G. R., Ebrahimi, A., and Haghbin, S., 2010. Demand-side behavior in the smart grid

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