Examining price transmission across labor compensation costs, consumer prices, and finished-goods prices
This article uses a vector error-correction model to examine price transmission between labor compensation costs, on the one hand, and consumer and finished-goods prices, on the other.Read full article »
Eliminating poverty in the 21st century: using entrepreneurship, innovation, and technology to help the poor help themselves
A late distinguished professor at the University of Michigan urges educators, business executives, and government officials to collaborate innovatively in order to reduce poverty in the developing world.View all Book Reviews »
A new study offers extensive statistical evidence that there is age discrimination in hiring and that women experience more age discrimination than men.
Researchers find that industries whose sales are concentrated among a few large and profitable firms tends to have the steepest declines in labor’s share of gross domestic product.
Policy proposals for improving water security and crop productivity in areas where resources are scarce.View all Beyond BLS articles »
Economic productivity in the air transportation industry: multifactor and labor productivity trends, 1990–2014
Spring reminds us of baseball and apple pie, but in 1995, spring reminded us of the longest baseball strike in history—read the details in the March 1997 article.
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