References

This folder holds the following references to publications, sorted by year and author.

There are 57 references in this bibliography folder.

Büttner, T, Jacobebbinghaus, P, and Ludsteck, J (2009).
Occupational Upgrading and the Business Cycle in West Germany
Economics Discussion Papers 2009-34.

Hirsch, B (2009).
The Gender Pay Gap Under Duopsony: Joan Robinson Meets Harold Hotelling
Scottish Journal of Political Economy, 56(2):543-558.

Hirsch, B, König, M, and Möller, J (2009).
Is There a Gap in the Gap? Regional Differences in the Gender Pay Gap
Institute for the Study of Labor (IZA), IZA Discussion Papers(4231).

Wadensjö, E (2009).
Reader Comment
In: Economics Discussion Papers, No 2009-35.

Hirsch, B, Schank, T, and Schnabel, C (2008).
Differences in Labor Supply to Monopsonistic Firms and the Gender Pay Gap: An Empirical Analysis Using Linked Employer-Employee Data from Germany
Princeton University, Department of Economics, Industrial Relations Section., Working Papers(1111).

Ransom, MR and Oaxaca, RL (2008).
New Market Power Models and Sex Differences in Pay
Princeton University, Department of Economics, Industrial Relations Section., Working Papers(1110).

Schlicht, E (2007).
Wage Dispersion, Over-Qualification, and Reder Competition
Economics: The Open-Access, Open-Assessment E-Journal, 1(2007-13).

Schwimmer, F (2007).
Firmengröße und Entlohnung: Eine Neuinterpretation auf Basis arbeitsteiliger Prozesse
PhD thesis, Department of Economics, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München.

Sulis, G (2007).
What Can Monopsony Explain of the Gender Wage Differential in Italy?
Centre for North South Economic Research, University of Cagliari and Sassari, Sardinia, Working Paper CRENoS(200713).

Alesina, A, Glaeser, E, and Sacerdote, B (2006).
Work and Leisure in the U.S. and Europe: Why so Different?
NBER Macroeconomic Research Annual, 20(2068):1-100.

Frazis, H and Loewenstein, MA (2006).
Wage Compression and the Division of Returns to Productivity Growth: Evidencefrom EOPP
US Department of Labor, BLS Working Papers(398), Washington.

Hirsch, B, Schank, T, and Schnabel, C (2006).
Gender Differences in Labor Supply to Monopsonistic Firms: An EmpiricalAnalysisUsing Linked Employer-Employee Data from Germany
Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg, Lange Gasse 20, 90403 Nürnberg , Germany.

Manning, A (2005).
Monopsony in Motion: Imperfect Competition in Labor Markets
Princeton University Press. (ISBN: 9780691123288).

Schlicht, E (2005).
Hiring Standards and Labour Market Clearing
Metroeconomica, 56(2):263-279.

Glaeser, EL, Sacerdote, BI, and Scheinkman, JA (2003).
The Social Multiplier
Journal of the European Economic Association, 1(2-3):345-353.

Devereux, PJ (2002).
Occupational Upgrading and the Business Cycle
Labour, 16(3):423-452.

Schlicht, E (2001).
Job Rents in a Stylized Labor Market
In: Beiträge zur Mikro- und Makroökonomik, Festschrift für Hans-Jürgen Ramser, ed. by S. K. Berninghaus and M. Braulke, pp. 409-423, Springer-Verlag.

Bewley, TF (1999).
Why Wages Don't Fall in a Recession
Harvard University Press, Cambridge, MA.

Burdett, K and Mortensen, DT (1998).
Wage Differentials, Employer Size, and Unemployment
International Economic Review, 39(2):257-273.

Gerlach, K and Hübler, O (1998).
Firm Size and Wages in Germany - Trends and Impacts of Mobility
Empirica, 25:245-261.

Sattinger, M (1998).
Statistical Discrimination with Employment Criteria
International Economic Review, 39(1):205-37.

Lazear, EP and Rosen, S (1990).
Male-Female Wage Differentials in Job Ladders
Journal of Labor Economics, 8(1):S106-S123.

Murphy, K and Topel, R (1990).
Efficiency Wages Reconsidered: Theory and Evidence
In: Advances in the Theory and Measurement of Unemployment, ed. by Yoram Weiss and Gideon Fishelson, pp. 204–242, Macmillan, London.

Brown, C and Medoff, J (1989).
The Employer Size-Wage Effect
Journal of Political Economy, 97(5):1027-1059.

Topel, RH (1988).
Some Recent Developments in Labor Economics and Their Implications for Macroeconomics: Comment
Journal of Money, Credit and Banking, 20(3):523–526.