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If I had to give a subtitle to this book, I would call it: "Dispelling illusions". The authors put an end to many illusions in their work: the illusion of wage differentiation, the illusion of wage form, and above all - the issue in the focus of their attention - the illusion of wage liberalization. The work presents the main findings of a decade and a half of research work by the authors, amounting to a very thorough analysis of the manpower market in the shortage economy based on state ownership, and in particular, the mechanisms by which this manpower market operates.
Aula © 1990 Akadémiai Kiadó