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Labour, human capital and employee voice

This area covers extensive theoretical and empirical contributions to understandings of internal and external labour markets in internationally comparative perspectives. Overall, the outputs show the significance of social institutions, belief systems and gendered behaviours as opposed to 'rational choice' in varied international contexts. Disciplinary approaches here combine sociology, history, econometrics and economics. A further major research theme in behavioural economics is emerging through Brañas Garza, Kujal and Rodriguez-Lara who take an experimental approach, seeking to explain influences on economic decision-taking.

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