Revisiting Nash Wages Negotiations in Matching Models

In labour economics theory, wage negotiations use to rely on a SymmetricNash Bargaining Solution. This article aims at showing that this kind of solution may be not relevant. Indeed, in a matching model framework, the comparison with the Kalai-Smorodinsky Solution suggests that a reflection should systematically be made with respect to the negotiation power of each agent.
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