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Éducation, expérience et salaire

Listed author(s):
  • Dominique Goux
  • Éric Maurin

[spa] Educación, experiencia y salarios. Tendencias recientes y evolución a largo plazo, by Dominique Goux y Éric Maurin. A partir de un panel de encuestas Empleo (1990-1994), el estudio se propone medir las disparidades de salarios vinculadas a la experiencia profesional y a los diplomas, neutralizando los sezgos que provienen del carácter endógeno de las características no observadas de los individuos, así como también aquellos que provienen del carácter endógeno de las prácticas salariales específicas de los empleadores. Con la base de un pseudo-panel de encuestas sobre la capacitación y la calificación profesional (FQP), se évalua por otro lado la evolución del rendimiento salarial de los diplomas entre 1970 y 1993, neutralizando los efectos de la selectividad creciente de la desocupación. [fre] Éducation, expérience et salaire. Tendances récentes et évolution de long terme, par Dominique Goux et Éric Maurin. À partir d'un panel d'enquêtes emploi (1990-1994), l'étude cherche à mesurer les disparités de salaires liées à l'expérience professionnelle et aux diplômes, en neutralisant les biais liés à l' endogénéité de caractéristiques non observées des individus, ainsi que ceux liés à l'endogénéité des pratiques salariales spséscifîques des employeurs. Sur la base d'un pseudo-panel d'enquêtes sur la formation et la qualification professionnelle (FQP), on évalue par ailleurs l'évolution du rendement salarial des diplômes entre 1979 et 1993, en neutralisant les effets de la sélectivité croissante du chômage. [eng] Education, experience and wsages. Recent trends and long-term evolution, by Dominique Goux et Éric Maurin. This study uses an Employment survey panel (1990-1994) to endeavour to measure wage disparities linked to professional experience and qualifications. To do this, it neutralizes the biases connected with the endogenousness of unobserved individual characteristics as well as those related to the endogenousness of specific employer wage practices. It moreover uses a pseudo-survey panel on training and vocational qualifications to evaluate the development of the wage return on qualifications from 1970 to 1993 by neutralizing the effects of growing unemployment selectivity. [ger] Ausbildung, Erfahrung und Lohn: jüngste Tendenzen und Langfrishige Entwich lung, von Dominique Goux und Éric Maurin. Mit dieser Studie sollen die Lohndisparitäten, die auf die Berufserfahrung und die Diplome zurückzuführen sind, anhand eines Panels von Beschäftigungserhebungen (1990-1994) gemessen werden, wobei die Verzerrungen aufgrund der Endogenität von nicht beobachteten Merkmalen der Individuen sowie die Verzerrungen infolge der Endogenität der besonderen Lohnpraktiken der Arbeitgeber neutralisiert werden. Auf der Grundlage eines Pseudopanels von Erhebungen über die Ausbildung und die berufliche Qualifikation wird außerdem die Entwicklung des Lohnertrags bei den zwischen 1970 und 1993 abgelegten Diplomen unter Neutralisierung der Effekte der zunehmenden Selektivität der Arbeitslosigkeit bewertet.

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Article provided by Programme National Persée in its journal Économie & prévision.

Volume (Year): 116 (1994)
Issue (Month): 5 ()
Pages: 155-178

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Handle: RePEc:prs:ecoprv:ecop_0249-4744_1994_num_116_5_5704
Note: DOI:10.3406/ecop.1994.5704
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