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La evolución reciente de las diferencias salariales interindustriales en España

  • Carlos Pérez Domínguez

    (Universidad de Valladolid)

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    En este artículo se lleva a cabo un estudio actualizado sobre la evolución de las diferencias salariales interindustriales en España. En comparación con otros trabajos previos sobre el tema, el presente incorpora ciertas innovaciones tanto en lo referente a los datos utilizados como con respecto al alcance del análisis. Aquí, la hipótesis básica consiste en que la dispersión salarial interindustrial depende simultáneamente de tres tipos de variables: de variables estructurales (básicamente la dispersión interindustrial de la productividad y la estructura ocupacional de la economía); de los cambios cíclicos de la actividad económica, y finalmente, de algunas aproximaciones de los cambios institucionales. This article offers an updated study of the evolution of the Spanish interindustry wage differentials. As compaired with previous work on the some subject, this paper represents an improvement both on the data base and on the scope of the analysis. Here, the basic hypothesis is that interindusty wage dispersion depends simultaneously on three types of variables: structural variables (Basically, the interindustry dispersion of productivity and the occupational structure of the economy); the cyclical changes in the economic activity and, finally, some measures of institutional change.

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    Volume (Year): 3 (1995)
    Issue (Month): (Junio)
    Pages: 87-113

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    1. Wachter, Michael L, 1970. "Cyclical Variation in the Interindustry Wage Structure," American Economic Review, American Economic Association, vol. 60(1), pages 75-84, March.
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