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Claudio Lucifora

Claudio Lucifora
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Claudio Lucifora è professore di Economia politica all’Università Cattolica di Milano, dove dirige il Centro di ricerca Crilda. Ha trascorso periodi di ricerca e insegnato in diverse università estere, tra cui l’Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona, la London School of Economics, l’Université de Paris2, l’Australian National University e la University of New South Wales. È Presidente dell’Associazione italiana degli economisti del lavoro (Aiel) e ha fatto parte del comitato direttivo dell’Associazione europea degli economisti del lavoro (Eale), di cui è stato anche tesoriere. Ha pubblicato libri e articoli su temi di economia e politica del lavoro, bassi salari e salario minimo, economia dell’istruzione, economia della salute e sulle relazioni industriali.

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Introduction digital
format: Article | RIVISTA INTERNAZIONALE DI SCIENZE SOCIALI - 2020 - 1. An Issue in Honour of Carlo Dell’Aringa
Year: 2020
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The ‘‘Big 5’’ Personality Traits and Union Membership: An Empirical Analysis digital
format: Article | RIVISTA INTERNAZIONALE DI SCIENZE SOCIALI - 2020 - 1. An Issue in Honour of Carlo Dell’Aringa | Open Access
Year: 2020
We study how individuals with different personality traits exhibit different personal propensity to unionise. While traditional models of trade union membership state that workers are rational decision makers and highlight benefits and costs of union membership, a growing literature investigates the effect of other factors on individuals’ decisions...
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I differenziali salariali tra mercato e regolazione digital
format: Article | RIVISTA INTERNAZIONALE DI SCIENZE SOCIALI - 2006 - 1-2
Year: 2006
The scientific contribution of Giancarlo Mazzocchi paid particular attention to the analysis of wage determination and wage differentials within the functioning of the labour market. In this note we intend to review the main features characterising the lines of research of Mazzocchi with particular reference to his contribution to labour studies and wage determination. At the same time, we shall attempt to link the main issues emerging from the old debate to the new perspectives on labour market research.
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High Performance Work Systems, Industrial Relations and Pay Policies in Europe digital
format: Article | RIVISTA INTERNAZIONALE DI SCIENZE SOCIALI - 2005 - 2
Year: 2005
The present study uses data for workplaces in all sectors of ten European countries to investigate whether firms that have introduced new forms of work organisation are more likely to use variable pay schemes. Also the role played by institutional forces and employees’ representatives is investigated. New regimes of work organisation are characterised by both new work practices – such as teams, job rotation, multitasking and flat hierarchies – and higher levels of direct participation by employees. We find that, in general, schemes of variable pay are more likely to be introduced where new work practices are in place. The presence of employees’ representatives increases the probability of variable pay, but only when they co-operate with the management in decision-making.
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Collective Bargaining and Within-Establishment Pay Inequality in Italy digital
format: Article | RIVISTA INTERNAZIONALE DI SCIENZE SOCIALI - 2005 - 2
Year: 2005
This paper investigates the structure of within-establishment wage inequality in Italy, using linked employer-employee data (European Structure of Earnings Survey). The effect of work organi- sation practices, pay policies, collective bargaining procedures and industrial relations settings are analysed in the context of wage differentials in the firm. The main findings suggest that employees’ characteristics, work organisation practices and firm size are relevant in shaping pay inequality within establishments. Decentralised bargaining is shown to be associated with higher (unconditional) within-establishment wage dispersion; however, when checking both for worker and firm heterogeneity, the association changes sign or is not (statistically) significant. Finally, when the endogenous sorting of establishments is adequately modelled, no causal effect of decentralised bargaining on within-establishment pay inequality is detected.
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Introduction digital
format: Article | RIVISTA INTERNAZIONALE DI SCIENZE SOCIALI - 2000 - 4
Year: 01/2000
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Il sindacato in Italia: un'analisi empirica degli effetti economici della sindacalizzazione digital
format: Article | RIVISTA INTERNAZIONALE DI SCIENZE SOCIALI - 1994 - 3
Year: 07/1994
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Determinazione del salario e ruolo del sindacato: l'ipotesi dei salari efficienti nell'esperienza italiana digital
format: Article | RIVISTA INTERNAZIONALE DI SCIENZE SOCIALI - 1988 - 3
Year: 07/1988
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Cambiamento strutturale e dinamica della produttività un confronto internazionale digital
format: Article | RIVISTA INTERNAZIONALE DI SCIENZE SOCIALI - 1986 - 4
Year: 01/1986
€ 6.00