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Do people care about the degree of centralization? This paper examines the effects of local centralization reforms on individuals' well-being using a quasi-natural experiment in Switzerland. The results reveal that centr...Read more...
10 November 2015
We investigate the causal relationship between judicial efficiency and firm size across Italian municipalities, exploiting spatial discontinuities in tribunals' jurisdiction for identification. Results show that halving ...Read more...
Silvia Giacomelli and Carlo Menon
4 May 2012
Performance-related pay (PRP) and performance management (PM) are now a part of the organizational landscape that unions face in the UK’s public services. While PRP and PM threaten the scope of traditional union bargaini...Read more...
Richard Belfield and David Marsden
Can unions substitute a procedural justice role for their traditional reliance on establishing a ¿common rule¿? The decline of ¿bureaucratic¿ models of employee management and the rise of performance pay and performance ...Read more...