• W. G. Sebald and Joseph Conrad's 'Swiss Governess' 

      Hawthorn, Jeremy (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2017)
      The fifth section of W. G. Sebald’s The Rings of Saturn opens with the author’s description of having fallen asleep while watching a documentary about Roger Casement on BBC television. On wakening, all that Sebald can ...
    • Wafer-level Au–Au bonding in the 350–450 ◦C temperature range 

      Tofteberg, Hannah Rosquist; Schjølberg-Henriksen, Kari; Fasting, Eivind Johan; Moen, Alexander Stene; Taklo, Maaike Margrete Visser; Poppe, Erik; Simensen, Christian Julius (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2014)
      Metal thermocompression bonding is a hermetic wafer-level packaging technology that facilitates vertical integration and shrinks the area used for device sealing. In this paper, Au–Au bonding at 350, 400 and 450 °C has ...
    • Wafer level integration of epitaxial piezoelectric thin films for novel NEMS, MEMS and MOEMS applications 

      Dekkers, M; Nguyen, M; Hildebrand, N; Abel, S; Eltes, F; Fompeyrine, J; Wittendorp, Paul (Chapter, 2017)
      Pb(Zr, Ti)O3 (PZT) and (PhMg1/3Nb2/3O3)2/3-CPbTiO3)1/3 (PMN-PT) thin films are epitaxially deposited on 200 mm wafers using Solmates' Pulsed Laser Deposition (PLD) platform. Epitaxy is achieved using an optimized TiN ...
    • Wafer-level packaged MEMS switch with TSV 

      Lietaer, Nicolas; Bakke, Thor; Summanwar, Anand; Dalsjø, Per G.; Gakkestad, Jakob; Niklaus, Frank (Lecture, 2011)
    • Wage and employment effects of payroll taxes and investment subsidies 

      Johansen, Frode; Klette, Tor Jakob (Discussion Papers;No. 194, Working paper, 1997)
      Using a panel of manufacturing plants we study how payroll taxes and investment subsidies affect wages and demand for labor and capital. We exploit the regional subsidy schemes for labor and capital in Norway. Our empirical ...
    • Wage and profitability: Norwegian manufacturing 1967-1998 

      Bjørnstad, Roger; Nymoen, Ragnar (Discussion Papers;No. 259, Working paper, 1999)
      Economic theories of imperfectly competitive labour markets predict that wages are linked to profits. In spite of this, profit variables are not explicitly specified in empirical models of wage formation that otherwise are ...
    • Wage Bargaining and Employer Objectives 

      Falch, Torberg (Working Paper Series, 1503-299X; 2002:24, Research report, 2002)
      This paper compares union wage bargaining outcomes across different types of employers. Five different employer objectives are discussed; profit–, welfare– and output maximization, and two specifications of a Leviathan. ...
    • Wage Bargaining and Monopsony 

      Falch, Torberg; Strøm, Bjarne (Working Paper Series, 1503-299X; 2004:8, Research report, 2004)
      This paper identifies three possible outcomes of higher relative firm bargaining power in a unionized firm facing an upward sloping labor supply curve. The conventional regime with reduced wage and higher employment ...
    • Wage Bargaining and Political Strength in the Public Sector 

      Falch, Torberg; Strøm, Bjarne (Working Paper Series, 1503-299X; 2003:6, Research report, 2003)
      This paper analysis the link between political strength and public sector wages using a unique matched individual-employer data set for Norwegian local governments during the period 1990-1998. The results indicate that ...
    • Wage dips and drops around first birth 

      Kunze, Astrid; Ejrnæs, Mette (Discussion paper, Working paper, 2004-01)
      We use a rich longitudinal data set for West Germany to disentangle the wage effects for female workers around first birth. Data on daily real wages reveal a dip in women’s real wages shortly before giving birth and a ...
    • Wage dynamics and career concerns in anarchistic firms 

      Hvide, Hans K.; Kaplan, Todd (Discussion paper, Working paper, 2001-04)
      We consider firms where a worker’s effort level is contractible, but individual output is not. We attempt to determine equilibrium degree of worker discretion in choice of task (specialization) when workers have private ...
    • Wage equations and labour demand by education 

      Sparrman, Victoria; Hammersland, Roger; Haraldsen, Kristine Wika (Rapporter;2015/49, Report, 2015-11-16)
      This report presents new research on the labour market in a special version the macroeconomic model MODAG. New wage relations and demand functions are estimated using new knowledge and the latest available data. This ...
    • Wage expenditures and sporting success: An analysis of Norwegian and Swedish football 2010-2013 

      Madsen, Dag Øivind; Stenheim, Tonny; Hansen, Steffen Boas; Zagheri, Ali; Grønseth, Bjørn Ove (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2018)
      This study examines the relationship between wage expenditures and sporting success in Norwegian and Swedish football. While previous studies have shown a strong correlation between wage expenditures and sporting success, ...
    • Wage expenditures and sporting success: An analysis of Norwegian and Swedish football 2010-2013 

      Madsen, Dag Øivind; Stenheim, Tonny; Hansen, Steffen Boas; Zagheri, Ali; Grønseth, Bjørn Ove (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2018)
      This study examines the relationship between wage expenditures and sporting success in Norwegian and Swedish football. While previous studies have shown a strong correlation between wage expenditures and sporting success, ...
    • Wage Formation, Regional Migration and Local Labour Market Tightness 

      Carlsen, Fredrik; Johansen, Kåre; Røed, Knut (Working Paper Series, 1503-299X; 2003:3, Research report, 2003)
      Economic theory predicts that local labour market tightness affects local wage setting as well as individuals' migration decisions. But how should we measure local labour market tightness? In this paper we show that the ...
    • Wage Formation Under Low Inflation 

      Holden, Steinar (Working Papers;14/2004, Working paper, 2004)
      This paper reviews the literature on the effects of low steady-state inflation on wage formation, focusing on four different effects. First, under low inflation, downward nominal wage rigidity (DNWR) may prevent real wage ...
    • Wage Rigidity, Institutions, and Inflation 

      Holden, Steinar; Wulfsberg, Fredrik (Working Papers;2/2009, Working paper, 2009)
      A number of recent studies have documented extensive downward nominal wage rigidity (DNWR) for job stayers in many OECD countries. However, DNWR for individual workers may induce downward rigidity or “a floor” for the ...
    • Wages and Human Capital in Finance: International Evidence, 1970-2011 

      Boustanifar, Hamid; Grant, Everett; Reshef, Ariell (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2018)
      We study the allocation and compensation of human capital in the finance industry in a set of developed economies in 1970–2011. Finance relative wages generally increase—but not in all countries, and to varying degrees. ...
    • Wages and Profitability: Norwegian Manufacturing 1967Q1 - 1998Q2 

      Bjørnstad, Roger; Nymoen, Ragnar (Working Papers;7/1999, Working paper, 1999)
      Economic theories of imperfectely competitive labour markets predict that wages are linked to profits. In spite of this, profit variables are not explicitely specified in empirical models of wage formation that otherwise ...
    • Wages and Subjective Assessments of Regional Labour Market Pressure 

      Carlsen, Fredrik; Johansen, Kåre (Working Paper Series, 1503-299X; 2002:20, Research report, 2002)
      We utilise a rich set of regional labour market variables to explain regional variation in Norwegian manufacturing wages. In particular, regional indicators of labour market pressure are computed from survey data in which ...