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Examining the need for a public procurement maturity model (PPMM) for infrastructure buyers in a monopsony market structure

Procurement, February 11-12, 2012 , Paris, OECD Conference Centre, available at . [14]. OECD: „ Policy Roundtables: Monopsony and Buyer Power”, 2008 , (DAF/COMP (2008)38), available at: . [15]. OECD – Competition Division: “The OECD Checklist for Designing the Procurement Process to Reduce the Risk of Bid Rigging”, Bucharest, 2012 presented within a seminar organized by Romanian

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Vertical Connections on the Construction Market


The specificity of construction as an economic activity and of the construction product (goods and services) determine the existence of a complex vertical chain of links, involving different actors, which they perform simultaneously the function of the buyer of the product from a previous participant and vendor product to the next participant. In practice, this means that in every unit of the vertical chain construction firm as a buyer of resources and services can be monopsony or oligopsony, on the other hand as the seller of the created product may be in the role of a monopoly or oligopoly on the market. The aim of the study is the analysis the model of a bilateral monopoly on the resource and product market, the conditions of equilibrium and the behavior of the construction firm at the entrance and the exit, taking into account the specificities of different segments of the construction market.

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Computational Estimation of Football Player Wages

league: who gets the expected monopsony rents. Technical report, University of Navarra, Spain Garcia-del Barrio, P., & Pujol, F. (2009). The rationality of under-employing the bestperforming soccer players. Labour , 23 (3), 397–419. Giulianotti, R. (2012). Football . Wiley Online Library. Ho, T. K. (1998). The random subspace method for constructing decision forests. IEEE Transactions on Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence , 20 (8), 832–844. Jensen, M. M., Grønbæk, K., Thomassen, N., Andersen, J., and Nielsen, J. (2014). Interactive

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The Gender Wage Gap in Switzerland over Time

.01.2015). Lipps, Oliver, and Ursina Kuhn. 2009. Codebook for CNEF Variables in the SHP (1999-2007). Data Documentation. Swiss Household Panel, (26.02.2016). Manning, Alan. 2003. Monopsony in Motion: Imperfect Competition in Labor Markets. Princeton: Princeton University Press. Mincer, Jacob. 1970. The Distribution of Labor Incomes: A Survey with Special Reference to the Human Capital Approach. Journal of Economic Literature 8(1): 1-26. Mincer, Jacob. 1985. Intercountry Comparisons of

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Pendelbereitschaft von Arbeitnehmern in Deutschland
Willingness to commute of employees in Germany

.: The Real Thin Theory. Monopsony in Modern Labour Markets. Labour Economics 10 (2003), S. 105–131 Manning A. The Real Thin Theory Monopsony in Modern Labour Markets. Labour Economics 10 2003 S. 105 131 Ravenstein, E.G.: The Laws of Migration. Journ. of the Royal Statistical Society 48 (1885), S. 167–235 Ravenstein E.G. The Laws of Migration Journ. of the Royal Statistical Society 48 1885 S. 167 235 Richter, K.-J.: Verkehrsökonometrie. Elemente quantitativer Verkehrswissenschaft. – 5., überarb. Aufl., München, Wien 1995 Richter K.-J. Verkehrsökonometrie Elemente

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Cities as command and control centres of the world economy: An empirical analysis, 2006–2015

Economics, Vol. 58, No. 2, pp. 203-229. DOI: Beaverstock, J.V., Smith, R.G., and Taylor, P.J., 1999: A roster of world cities. In: Cities, Vol. 16, No. 6, pp. 445-458. DOI: Bonanno, A. and Constance, D.H., 2008: Stories of Globalization: Transnational Corporations, Resistance, and the State. University Park, PA: The Pennsylvania State University Press. Bonanno, A. and Lopez, R.A., 2012: Wal-Mart’s monopsony power in metro and non

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Assessing the wage gap between public and private sector employees in Ireland: issues, evidence and challenges

, where there is a single buyer of labour (monopsony), the employer can pay lower wages to workers because of their market power and disregard workers’ MRP generation. Furthermore, theories of efficiency wage and the institutional view of labour markets provide explanations for why wages may not equate to marginal revenue. Greenwood (2016) provides a comprehensive overview of these theories. In practice, wages are a function of a number of factors, besides competitive pressures and ability to pay, such as trade unions, cost of living, government legislation and

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The Economic Effects of Providing Legal Status to DREAMers

(3), 501-528. Hirsch Boris Elke J. Jahn 2015 Is There Monopsonistic Discrimination against Immigrants? ILR Review 68 3 501 528 Hotchkiss, Julie L.; Myriam Quispe-Agnoli (2009): Employer Monopsony Power in the Labor Market for Undocumented Workers. FRB Atlanta Working Paper 2009-14, Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta. Hotchkiss Julie L. Myriam Quispe-Agnoli 2009 Employer Monopsony Power in the Labor Market for Undocumented Workers FRB Atlanta Working Paper 2009-14, Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta Hsin, Amy; Francesc Ortega (2017): The

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

agreement of the same year) – greater flexibility in the setting of overtime pay premiums – promoted greater employment resilience. Martins (2018a) presents evidence that increased employee representation in firms in Portugal has a positive causal impact on firm performance, in particular through stronger investments in worker training. See also Martins (2018b) for an analysis of monopsony power and its wage effects in the case of Portugal. 6 Concluding remarks Following the crisis, several Southern European countries have implemented substantial reforms to

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