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Alexander Guschanski
Alexander Guschanski
Senior Lecturer in Economics, University of Greenwich
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The impact of financialisation on the wage share: a theoretical clarification and empirical test
K Kohler, A Guschanski, E Stockhammer
Cambridge Journal of Economics 43 (4), 937-974, 2019
1322019
The decline in the wage share: falling bargaining power of labour or technological progress? Industry-level evidence from the OECD
A Guschanski, Ö Onaran
Socio-Economic Review, 2020
75*2020
Determinants of the wage share: a cross-country comparison using sectoral data
A Guschanski, Ö Onaran
University of Greenwich Business School, 2016
462016
Unemployment, capital accumulation and labour market institutions in the Great Recession
E Stockhammer, A Guschanski, K Köhler
European Journal of Economics and Economic Policies 11 (2), 182-194, 2014
442014
Global Value Chain Participation and the Labour Share: Industry‐level Evidence from Emerging Economies
A Guschanski, Ö Onaran
Development and Change 54 (1), 31-63, 2023
41*2023
The labour share and financialisation: Evidence from publicly listed firms
A Guschanski, Ö Onaran
Business School, 2018
372018
How does financialisation affect functional income distribution? A theoretical clarification and empirical assessment
K Köhler, A Guschanski, E Stockhammer
School of Economics, Kingston University London Economics Discussion Papers, 2015
212015
Are current accounts driven by cost competitiveness or asset prices? A synthetic model and an empirical test
A Guschanski, E Stockhammer
Cambridge Journal of Economics 44 (6), 1301-1327, 2020
17*2020
The resilience of collective bargaining–a renewed logic for joint regulation?
S Moore, O Onaran, A Guschanski, B Antunes, G Symon
Employee Relations: The International Journal 41 (2), 279-295, 2019
172019
Working for the economy: The economic case for trade unions
Ö Onaran, A Guschanski, J Meadway, A Martin
University of Greenwich, 2015
172015
Distributional Effects of Financialisation
K Köhler, A Guschanski, E Stockhammer
KZfSS Kölner Zeitschrift für Soziologie und Sozialpsychologie 70, 37-63, 2018
11*2018
The causes of falling wage share: sectoral and firm level evidence from developed and developing countries–what have we learned?
Ö Onaran, A Guschanski
Business School, 2018
92018
The political economy of income distribution: Industry level evidence from Austria
A Guschanski, Ö Onaran
Materialien zu Wirtschaft und Gesellschaft 156, 2016
92016
Capital lessons: Labour, inequality and how to respond
Ö Onaran, A Guschanski
IPPR Progressive Review 24 (2), 152-162, 2017
82017
Energy price shocks, conflict inflation, and income distribution in a three-sector model
R Wildauer, K Kohler, A Aboobaker, A Guschanski
Energy Economics 127, 106982, 2023
72023
Rising inequality in the UK and the political economy of Brexit: lessons for policy
Ö Onaran, A Guschanski
University of Greenwich Business School, 2016
72016
What drives the four decades-long decline in labour’s share of income?
Ö Onaran, A Guschanski
Greenwich Papers in Political Economy, 2018
42018
Autonomy and wage divergence: evidence from European survey data
T Rabensteiner, A Guschanski
University of Greenwich, 2022
32022
Why did the wage share fall? Industry level evidence from Austria
A Guschanski, Ö Onaran
Wirtschaft und Gesellschaft 42 (4), 557-589, 2016
32016
Reverting Inequality: a win-win for people and economic performance
Ö Onaran, A Guschanski
Raising the Bar, 45-54, 2018
12018
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