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Andrea Garnero
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Dismissal protection and worker flows in OECD countries: Evidence from cross-country/cross-industry data
A Bassanini, A Garnero
Labour Economics 21, 25-41, 2013
1582013
The heterogeneous effects of workforce diversity on productivity, wages, and profits
A Garnero, S Kampelmann, F Rycx
Industrial Relations: A Journal of Economy and Society 53 (3), 430-477, 2014
1512014
Part-time work, wages, and productivity: evidence from Belgian matched panel data
A Garnero, S Kampelmann, F Rycx
ILR Review 67 (3), 926-954, 2014
1162014
Minimum wage systems and earnings inequalities: Does institutional diversity matter?
A Garnero, S Kampelmann, F Rycx
European Journal of Industrial Relations 21 (2), 115-130, 2015
762015
Institutional determinants of worker flows: A cross-country/cross-industry approach
A Bassanini, A Garnero, P Marianna, S Martin
OECD, 2010
742010
The dog that barks doesn’t bite: coverage and compliance of sectoral minimum wages in Italy
A Garnero
IZA Journal of Labor Policy 7 (1), 1-24, 2018
672018
The impact of collective bargaining on employment and wage inequality: Evidence from a new taxonomy of bargaining systems
A Garnero
European Journal of Industrial Relations 27 (2), 185-202, 2021
582021
Productivity and wage effects of firm‐level collective agreements: evidence from Belgian linked panel data
A Garnero, F Rycx, I Terraz
British Journal of Industrial Relations 58 (4), 936-972, 2020
552020
Minimum wages in Europe: does the diversity of systems lead to a diversity of outcomes?
S Kampelmann, A Garnero, F Rycx
ETUI, European Trade Union Institute, 2013
522013
Sharp Teeth or Empty Mouths? European Institutional Diversity and the Sector‐Level Minimum Wage Bite
A Garnero, S Kampelmann, F Rycx
British Journal of Industrial Relations 53 (4), 760-788, 2015
48*2015
Supporting people and companies to deal with the Covid-19 virus: Options for an immediate employment and social-policy response
OECD
Policy brief, 2020
312020
Negotiating our way up: collective bargaining in a changing world of work
S Cazes, A Garnero, S Martin, C Touzet
OECD, Paris, France, 2019
302019
Turning a ‘Blind Eye’? Compliance with Minimum Wage Standards and Employment
A Garnero, C Lucifora
Economica 89 (356), 884-907, 2022
28*2022
How good is your job? Measuring and assessing job quality
OECD
Policy brief, 2016
272016
More unequal, but more mobile? Earnings inequality and mobility in OECD countries
A Garnero, A Hijzen, S Martin
Labour Economics 56, 26-35, 2019
25*2019
Productivity, wages and profits among Belgian firms: do fixed-term contracts matter?
A Garnero, R Giuliano, B Mahy, F Rycx
International Journal of Manpower 37 (2), 303-322, 2016
232016
Are part-time workers less productive and underpaid?
A Garnero
IZA World of Labor, 2016
182016
The State of Trade Unions, Employer Organizations and Collective Bargaining in OECD Countries
S Cazes, A Garnero, S Martin
VOX, CEPR’s Policy Portal. Prieiga internete: http://voxeu. org, 2017
162017
Non-compete agreements in a rigid labour market: The case of Italy
T Boeri, A Garnero, LG Luisetto
IZA Discussion Paper, 2023
10*2023
L'erosione della contrattazione collettiva in Italia e il dibattito sul salario minimo legale
C Lucifora, A Garnero
L'erosione della contrattazione collettiva in Italia e il dibattito sul …, 2020
92020
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