Alan Manning
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Lousy and lovely jobs: The rising polarization of work in Britain
M Goos, A Manning
The review of economics and statistics 89 (1), 118-133, 2007
Explaining job polarization: Routine-biased technological change and offshoring
M Goos, A Manning, A Salomons
American economic review 104 (8), 2509-2526, 2014
Job polarization in Europe
M Goos, A Manning, A Salomons
American economic review 99 (2), 58-63, 2009
Monopsony in motion: Imperfect competition in labor markets
A Manning
Princeton University Press, 2013
The impact of immigration on the structure of wages: theory and evidence from Britain
M Manacorda, A Manning, J Wadsworth
Journal of the European economic association 10 (1), 120-151, 2012
The minimum wage’s role in the evolution of US wage inequality over three decades: a modest reassessment
DH Autor, A Manning, CL Smith
Document de travail, mit, 2009
The economic situation of first and second‐generation immigrants in France, Germany and the United Kingdom
Y Algan, C Dustmann, A Glitz, A Manning
The Economic Journal 120 (542), F4-F30, 2010
The economic impact of minimum wages in Europe
J Dolado, F Kramarz, S Machin, A Manning, D Margolis, C Teulings
Economic policy 11 (23), 317-372, 1996
The causes and consequences of longterm unemployment in Europe
S Machin, A Manning
Handbook of labor economics 3, 3085-3139, 1999
The part‐time pay penalty for women in Britain
A Manning, B Petrongolo
The economic journal 118 (526), F28-F51, 2008
Imperfect competition in the labor market
M Alan
Handbook of labor economics 4, 973-1041, 2011
The effects of minimum wages on employment: Theory and evidence from Britain
R Dickens, S Machin, A Manning
Journal of labor economics 17 (1), 1-22, 1999
Oligopsony and monopsonistic competition in labor markets
V Bhaskar, A Manning, T To
Journal of Economic Perspectives 16 (2), 155-174, 2002
The gender gap in early‐career wage growth
A Manning, J Swaffield
The Economic Journal 118 (530), 983-1024, 2008
The real thin theory: monopsony in modern labour markets
A Manning
Labour economics 10 (2), 105-131, 2003
The effects of minimum wages on wage dispersion and employment: Evidence from the UK Wages Councils
S Machin, A Manning
ILR Review 47 (2), 319-329, 1994
Where the minimum wage bites hard: Introduction of minimum wages to a low wage sector
S Machin, A Manning, L Rahman
Journal of the European Economic Association 1 (1), 154-180, 2003
Gender gaps in unemployment rates in OECD countries
G Azmat, M GŁell, A Manning
Journal of Labor Economics 24 (1), 1-37, 2006
An integration of trade union models in a sequential bargaining framework
A Manning
The Economic Journal 97 (385), 121-139, 1987
Wage setting and the tax system theory and evidence for the United Kingdom
B Lockwood, A Manning
Journal of public economics 52 (1), 1-29, 1993
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