A comparative analysis of inter-industry wage differentials: industrialized versus developing countries
This study aims to compare the available evidence on inter-industry wage structure for industrialized and developing countries and to find whether the industry wage differentials are consistent and stable independent of time and space. Moreover, it tries to clarify some of the determinants of industry wage differentials. International evidence supports the wage differential regularity across countries, and the factors underlying inter-industry wage differentials are found to be more or less the same for both industrialized and developing countries.
Volume (Year): 33 (2001)
Issue (Month): 13 ()
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