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NBER Working Papers by Alex Bryson

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September 2014It's Where You Work: Increases in Earnings Dispersion across Establishments and Individuals in the U.S.
with Erling Barth, James C. Davis, Richard Freeman: w20447
August 2010To Join or Not to Join? Factors Influencing Employee Share Plan Membership in a Multinational Corporation
with Richard B. Freeman: w16292

Published: Bryson, A. and Freeman, R. B. (2010) 'To join or not to join? Factors influencing employee share plan membership in a multinational corporation', in T. Kato (ed.) Advances in the Economic Analysis of Participatory & Labor - Managed Firms, Volume 11 , pp.1 - 22, Emerald Group Publishing Limited (previously NBER Working Paper No. 16292, CEP Discussion Paper No. 1001 and NIESR Discussion Paper No. 361)

August 2008How Does Shared Capitalism Affect Economic Performance in the UK?
with Richard Freeman: w14235
June 2006Worker Needs and Voice in the US and the UK
with Richard B. Freeman: w12310
September 2003What Effect do Unions Have on Wages Now and Would 'What Do Unions Do' Be Surprised?
with David G. Blanchflower: w9973

Published:

  • Blanchflower, David and Alex Bryson. "What effect do unions have on wages now and would Freeman and Medoff be surprised?" Journal of Labor Research 25, 3 (Summer 2004): 383-414.
  • Bennett, James T. and Bruce E. Kaufman (eds.) What Do Unions Do?: The Evidence Twenty Years Later. 2004.

December 2002Changes over time in union relative wage effects in the UK and the US revisited
with David Blanchflower: w9395

Published: Addison, John and Claus Schnabel (eds.) International Handbook of Trade Unions. Edward Elgar, 2003.

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