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Wage dispersion between and within plants
Oskar NordstrmМІ Skans
|Statement||Oskar Nordstrm̲ Skans, Per-Anders Edin, Bertil Holmlund.|
|Series||NBER working paper series -- working paper 13021, Working paper series (National Bureau of Economic Research : Online) -- working paper no. 13021.|
|Contributions||Edin, Per-Anders., Holmlund, Bertil., National Bureau of Economic Research.|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2007615169|
“Comment on ‘Wage Dispersion between and within U.S. Manufacturing Plants’, Brookings Papers on Economic Activity, “Comment on ‘Why Is the U.S. Unemployment Rate So Much Lower?’” NBER Macroeconomics Annual, , pp. “Comment on ‘Does Immigration Grease the Wheels of the Labor Market?’” by George J. Borjas. Marc-Andreas Muendler, UC San Diego This paper documents and theoretically explains a nexus between globalization and wage inequality within plants through internal labor market organization. we show that inherently more productive plants exhibit higher worker efficiency and wider wage dispersion and that economy-wide wage inequality is.
Although the age-pattern is qualitatively the same between and compared to the U.S., the rejuvenation of this education group, indicated by a decrease of the mean age, leads to an increasing within wage dispersion over time, as the 20% quantile in Cited by: Wage Dispersion Effects Earlier studies of single OECD countries found that the decline in unionization increased wage inequality (Card, ; Machin, ). Looking at trends in a cross-country setting up to , Rueda and Pontusson () suggested higher union density is associated with a more compressed wage dispersion.
“As [is true] for average wages, the hierarchy level of the job is the main driving variable” behind increased pay inequality. The co-movement of job characteristics with a worker’s education and plants accounts for the remaining third of the rise in wage dispersion. Gender gap. This has a particularly acute and damaging impact on women. “Wage Dispersion between and within U.S. Manufacturing Plants, –” Brookings Papers on Economic Activity: Microeconomics, pp. – Google ScholarCited by:
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Wage Dispersion Between and Within Plants: Sweden Oskar Nordström Skans, Per-Anders Edin, Bertil Holmlund. Chapter in NBER book The Structure of Wages: An International Comparison (), Edward P. Lazear and Kathryn L. Shaw, editors (p. - ) Conference held September 6, Published in January by University of Chicago PressCited by: Get this from a library.
Wage dispersion between and within plants: Sweden [Oskar Nordström Skans; Per-Anders Edin; Bertil Holmlund; National Bureau of Economic Research.] -- The paper describes the Swedish wage distribution and how it correlates with worker mobility and plant-specific factors.
It is well known that wage inequality has increased in Sweden since the. Wage Dispersion Between and Within Plants: Sweden Oskar Nordstrom Skans, Per-Anders Edin, and Bertil Holmlund. Wage Structure and Labor Mobility Wage dispersion between and within plants book the West German Private Sector Holger Alda, Lutz Bellmann, and Hermann Gartner.
Wage Structure and Labor Mobility in Norway: Wage dispersion between and within U.S. manufacturing plants, Cambridge, MA: National Bureau of Economic Research,  (OCoLC) Material Type: Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Steve J Davis; John C Haltiwanger; National Bureau of Economic Research.
dispersion between and within ﬁrms or plants. The main contribution of the present chapter is to document how wage dispersion between and within plants has evolved since the mids. We use hitherto largely un-exploited data and ﬁnd a continuous rise in between-plant wage by: Downloadable.
The paper describes the Swedish wage distribution and how it correlates with worker mobility and plant-specific factors. It is well known that wage inequality has increased in Sweden since the mids. However, little evidence has so far been available as to whether this development reflects increased dispersion between plants, between individuals in the same plant, or both.
Wage Dispersion Between and Within U.S. Manufacturing Plants, Article (PDF Available) in Brookings Papers on Economic Activity Microeconomics 1 June with 28 Reads. Using rich linked employer-employee data for (West) Germany between andwe analyze the most important drivers of the recent rise in German wage dispersion and pin down the relative contribution of plant and worker characteristics.
Moreover, we separately investigate the drivers of between-plant and within-plant wage dispersion. We also analyze the sources of the recent slowdown. Using an extensive data set on Finnish workers during the years –, we analyze the relation between dispersion of wages within plants and labor productivity.
7: Wage Dispersion between and within Plants - Sweden – 8: Wage Structure and Labor Mobility in the West German Private Sector, – Wage dispersion between and within plants: Sweden - Nordström Skans, Oskar, () Wage dispersion between and within plants: Sweden Wage dispersion between and within plants: Sweden Nordström Skans, Oskar Uppsala University, Disciplinary Domain of Humanities and Social Sciences, Faculty of Social Sciences, Department of Economics.
David, Steve J., and John Haltiwanger. Wage dispersion between and within U.S. manufacturing plants, – Brookings papers on economic activity Author: Robert A. Eisenbeis. that the within-plant wage dispersion is higher at more productive plants.3 The relationship between globalization, technical change and earnings inequality is arguably a crucial con- cern for policy and economic analysis.
where BV it represents the book value of firm i’s tangible fixed assets in year t, INK jt stands for the net capital stock of industry j in constant prices, and IBV jt denotes the book value of industry j’s capital.
INK jt was calculated as follows. First, as a benchmark, we took the data on the book value of tangible fixed assets in from the Financial Statements Statistics of Cited by: Yet the dissolution of traditional centralized wage formation afterwhich ushered in an era of local- and industry-specific bargaining that nullified the institutional capacity to influence wage distribution from the top, yielded large increases in pay dispersion both Between and Within plants and industries (see fig.
This chapter, which deals with wage structure in France during the twenty years between and through the sieve of intra- and interfirm heterogeneity, evaluates the wage movements, as well as the wage dispersion and variation, through some sample statistics.
Only when the unemployment rate decreased by a bit more than 1 percent between and did real wages : Francis Kramarz. Trade Liberalization and Wage Inequality in Mexico. Gordon H. Hanson and Ann Harrison. ILR Review 2, Share.
“Wage Dispersion between and within U.S. Manufacturing Plants, –” Book Review: Economic liberalization, distribution and poverty: Latin America i Cited by: 7 Wage Dispersion between and within Plants Oskar Nordström Skans, Per-Anders Edin, and Bertil Holmlund 8 Wage Structure and Labor Mobility in the West German Private Sector, – Tasks, Wage Inequality, and Trade • Nexus between globalization and wage inequality within sectors and occupations • Wage dispersion between plants, and within plants • In worker cross section: commanding component of wage variation within employers (and occupations) • This paper: Optimal internal labor market organization.
Thus we can study whether the wage dispersion within firms is due to the heterogeneity of skills within firms or due to wage policies of incentive pay. The structure of the remainder of the paper is as follows.
In Section 2 we provide an overview of the current literature on wage and earnings dispersion within and between firms. Our.regulates the relationship between plant size and within-plant wage dispersion in the model, is strictly positive for both overall wages and residual wages.4 This result reconﬁrms, in the light of our model, our reduced-form regression results that more productive plants exhibit higher within-plant wage inequality.Skans O N, P-A Edin & B Holmlund () "Wage dispersion between and within plants: Sweden " in Lazear E & K Shaw (eds) The Structure of Wages: An International Comparison, pagesUniversity of Chicago Press, O & O N Skans () "How to measure segregation conditional on the distribution of covariates", Journal of Population Economics vol.
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