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Title: The Economic Effects of Profit Sharing in Great Britain
Author(s): Blanchflower, David
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Keywords: Productivity
Profit sharing
Issue Date: 1991
Citation: Blanchflower D (1991) The Economic Effects of Profit Sharing in Great Britain, International Journal of Manpower, 12 (1), pp. 3-9.
Abstract: Recent policies designed to promote profit sharing in Great Britain are surveyed. Evidence on the extent of profit sharing in Britain is presented, and the economic impact of such schemes is assessed. It is found that there is little strong evidence to support the notion that profit sharing significantly improves either employment, profitability, productivity, investment or remuneration.
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