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New information and communication technologies, we argue, have been .power- biased.: in many industries they have allowed firms to monitor workers more closely, thus reducing the power of these workers. An efficiency wage model shows that .power- biased technical change’ in this sense may generate rising inequality accompanied by an increase in both unemployment and work intensity.
Guy, Frederick and Skott, Peter, "Power, Productivity and Profits" (2007). Economics Department Working Paper Series. 36.
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