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Erixon L (1987) Profitability in Swedish manufacturing: trends and explanations. Department of Economics, Uppsala University, S-75120, . Box 513, Uppsala, Sweden. Almquist & Wiksell, Stockholm. Additional information. Rights and permissions. Reprints and Permissions.
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Swedish University dissertations (essays) about PROFITABILITY. University dissertation from KTH Royal Institute of Technology. 4. Profitability in Swedish manufacturing : trends and explanations. University dissertation from Stockholm : Almqvist & Wiksell International. Author : Lennart Erixon; Stockholms universitet.
A3024221 245 10 Profitability in Swedish manufacturing : btrends and explanations, cLennart Erixon. 260 Stockholm, Sweden : bUniversitet Stockholms : bDistributed by Almqvist & Wiksell International, cc1987. 504 Bibliography: p. 258-267. 650 0 Profit zSweden xEconometric models. A1052503 651 0 Sweden xEconomic conditions y1945- ^A1066300 651 0 Sweden xManufactures.
Swedish wages are affected by economic developments in Sweden and abroad Activity in the Swedish economy is currently good, the employment rate has risen to a historically high level and an unusually large number of companies are reporting labour shortages. When employees have a better negotiating position, this usually leads to wages rising at a faster pace. Higher demand is at the same time contributing to higher prices and when prices rise, the demand and scope for wage increases are greater.
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