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Title   5 Years After the NZ Labour Market & the Emploment ContractsAct 

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Author   MALONEY T  ISBN   9780908935291  Add to shopping cart   
Publisher   Institute of Policy Studies  Group   Commerce/Law View shopping cart
Binding   Paperback Category   Business Ref  Terms and conditions
Edition   1/1998 Type   Go back
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Subject   Labour economics 
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Synopsis The Employment Contracts Act 1991 substantively altered the very nature of the industrial relations system in New Zealand. The ECA continued a trend of earlier industrial relations reforms by further decentralizing and restricting the state's role in the collective bargaining process. However, this legislation represented a dramatic leap beyond these previous reforms.Data from a number of sources are used in this study to isolate the effects of the ECA on average hourly earnings, aggregate employment and hours of work, and average labour productivity in this country. The principle estimation technique is multiple regression analysis.

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