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贾东岚   社会科学文献出版社  2018-08 出版
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本书基于发达国家在调控企业工资分配方面的共性与特殊性进行分析比较,把握其体制机制形成的历史脉络,分析其新情况、新特点和发展趋势。此外,本书还从各国最低工资评估、生活工资政策、提高中等收入者收入政策、提高技能人才收入政策等领域阐述了全球典型国家的运行情况,旨在为我国工资收入宏观调控政策提供参考。
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  • 前言
  • 第一章 理论分析
    1. 一 理论基础
    2. 二 学者观点
  • 第二章 美国企业工资收入宏观政策
    1. 一 工资政策历史变迁
    2. 二 工资管理机构
    3. 三 工资宏观管理政策
  • 第三章 日本企业工资收入宏观政策
    1. 一 工资政策历史变迁
    2. 二 工资管理机构的设置
    3. 三 工资宏观管理政策
  • 第四章 澳大利亚企业工资收入宏观政策
    1. 一 工资政策历史变迁
    2. 二 工资管理机构的设置
    3. 三 工资确定机制
    4. 四 工资宏观管理政策
  • 第五章 英国企业工资收入宏观政策
    1. 一 工资管理机构
    2. 二 工资宏观管理政策
  • 第六章 法国企业工资收入宏观政策
    1. 一 工资管理机构
    2. 二 工资宏观管理政策
  • 第七章 德国企业工资收入宏观政策
    1. 一 工资管理机构
    2. 二 工资宏观管理政策
  • 第八章 韩国企业工资收入宏观政策
    1. 一 工资管理机构
    2. 二 工资宏观管理政策
  • 第九章 新加坡企业工资收入宏观政策
    1. 一 工资管理机构
    2. 二 工资宏观管理政策
  • 第十章 各国工资调控方式的主要特点及新发展趋势
    1. 一 各国工资调控方式的主要特点
    2. 二 国外调控企业工资政策的新发展趋势
  • 第十一章 对我国企业工资宏观调控的启示
    1. 一 完善工资收入分配相关法制建设
    2. 二 进一步加强国有企业薪酬管控
    3. 三 建立薪酬及人工成本信息指导和服务体系
    4. 四 继续推进符合中国特色的集体协商工作
    5. 五 探索与其他收入分配手段结合
  • 第十二章 国外工资指导线及工资指导原则评估
    1. 一 工资指导制度实施概况
    2. 二 新加坡工资指导线实效评估概况
    3. 三 对我国的启示
  • 第十三章 国(境)外最低工资评估政策
    1. 一 选定国家、地区最低工资政策基本概况
    2. 二 选定国家、地区最低工资评估实践及比较
    3. 三 对我国的启示
  • 第十四章 国外生活工资理念及制度
    1. 一 国内外相关文献综述
    2. 二 最低工资制度制定过程中的“生活工资”理念
    3. 三 实施生活工资法案的国家实践
    4. 四 实施指导性生活工资制度的国家实践
    5. 五 生活工资制度与最低工资制度的比较与联系
    6. 六 对我国工资政策选择的启示
  • 第十五章 国(境)外中等收入群体相关政策
    1. 一 国(境)外中等收入群体现状
    2. 二 中产阶级在社会发展中的作用及地位
    3. 三 国外中等收入群体发展趋势
    4. 四 国外培育和扩大中收入群体的政策措施
    5. 五 对我国的启示
  • 第十六章 国外高技能人才待遇及相关政策
    1. 一 国外技能人才概况
    2. 二 国外技能人才收入概况
    3. 三 选定国家高技能人才相关政策分析
    4. 四 政策分析
  • 附1 美国各城市生活工资法律和覆盖面专题材料
  • 附2 英国2016年全国最低生活工资的影响分析
    1. 简介
    2. 利益相关方的观点和关于最低工资率的调查证据
    3. 跨行业观点和研究证据
    4. 首当其冲的行业
    5. 其他行业
    6. 未来轨迹
    7. 全国最低生活工资的利益相关者和调查证据总结
    8. 全国最低生活工资影响的定量证据
    9. 整个经济范围内处于最低工资水平的工人
    10. 全国最低生活工资对收入和薪酬的影响
    11. 全国最低生活工资占平均收入的比例
    12. 全国最低生活工资的覆盖面
    13. 收入分配
    14. 对25岁以下工人的溢出效应
    15. 薪酬合并
    16. 测量到的短付工资和不合规问题
    17. 对就业和工时的影响
    18. 劳动力市场数据
    19. 对竞争力的影响
    20. 结论
  • 附3 新加坡全国工资理事会指导原则
    1. 1.2013年经济表现和劳动力市场情况及2014年展望
    2. 2.2014~2015年全国工资理事会工资指导原则
  • 后记
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