Alan Manning

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Alan Manning is a Professor of labour economics at the London School of Economics. He is a leading author in his field in the theory of labour economics, particularly through his contributions to understanding the imperfections of labour markets. His many publications go back to 1985.

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  • Manning, Alan (2013) [1] Minimum wages: a view from the UK Perspektiven der Wirtschaftspolitik, 14 (1-2). 57-66. ISSN 1465-6493
  • Manning, Alan (2012) [2] National pay bargaining: please write to Tesco not the Times] British Politics and Policy at LSE (1 Oct 2012) Blog entry
  • Georgiadis, Andreas and Manning, Alan (2012), [3] One nation under a groove? Understanding national identity] Journal of economic behavior & organization. ISSN 0167-2681
  • Butcher, Tim, Dickens, Richard and Manning, Alan (2012), [4] Minimum wages and wage inequality: some theory and an application to the UK] CEP Discussion Papers, CEPDP1177. Centre for Economic Performance, London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UK.
  • Manacorda, Marco, Manning, Alan and Wadsworth, Jonathan (2012), [5] The impact of immigration on the structure of male wages: theory and evidence from Britain] Journal of the European Economic Association, 10 (1). 120-151. ISSN 1542-4774
  • Manning, Alan (2003), Monopsony in motion: imperfect competition in labor markets, Princeton University Press, Oxford, UK. ISBN 0691113122

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