Privatised Firms and Labour Outcomes in Emerging Markets
AbstractA recent large firm-level dataset is analysed to compare labour indicators of privatised, private, and public firms around the world, in particular differences relating to wages, benefits, labour composition, education and training, unionisation, and quality of management. We find that labour productivity and the ratio of permanent to temporary workers increase after privatisation.
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Volume (Year): 45 (2009)
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