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A köz- és a magánszféra kereseti különbségei Magyarországon, 2002-2008. Javíthat-e hosszú távon a közalkalmazottak relatív helyzetén egy 50 százalékos béremelés?
[An assessment of Hungary s public/private income gap. Can a 50% increase in public-sector pay improve its employees position in the long run?]

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  • Lovász, Anna

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  • Altwicker-Hámori, Szilvia

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Részletes leíró elemzést nyújtunk a 2002. évi 50 százalékos közalkalmazotti béremelés hosszú távú hatásairól. Az intézkedés célja a közszférában dolgozók - különösen a magasan képzettek - relatív helyzetének javítása volt: hogy vonzóbbá váljanak a közszféra állásai, valamint megoldódjanak a magasan képzettek versenyszférába vándorlásából fakadó problémák. A béremelés kereseti különbségekre gyakorolt hatásait olyan empirikus módszerekkel elemezzük, amelyek lehetővé teszik, hogy a teljes béreloszláson vizsgáljuk a különbségeket (kvantilisregressziók), és figyelembe vegyük a munkahelyi és a vállalati jellemzők eltéréseit (dekompozíció), valamint különféle lehetséges torzításokat. A becslések azt mutatják, hogy a kereseteloszlás felső részén továbbra is jelentős a magánszférában megszerezhető bértöbblet, különösen ha figyelembe vesszük a dolgozói és a vállalati tulajdonságokat is. A béremelés kezdetben felzárkóztatta a közszféra dolgozóinak relatív keresetét, ám hosszabb távon a keresetkülönbségek visszatértek az intézkedés előtti szint közelébe, és a szektorok kereseteloszlásainak különbségei változatlanok maradtak. Journal of Economic Literature (JEL) kód: C21, J31, J45.

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Volume (Year): LX (2013)
Issue (Month): 5 ()
Pages: 500-522

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