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Cambios En La Estructura Salarial: Una Historia Desde La Regresión Cuantílica

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  • Héctor Manuel Zárate S.

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El objetivo principal de éste artículo es analizar el cambio en los retornos de la educación y la experiencia en diferentes puntos de la distribución salarial a través de una aplicación empírica en el mercado laboral colombiano. También, se analiza la evolución de la desigualdad salarial y sus características distribucionales para el período de 1991 a 2000. El artículo se basa en la ecuación de Mincer y utiliza la técnica semi-paramétrica de regresión cuantílica. Los datos se obtienen de las Encuestas Nacionales de Hogares. Aunque los retornos tienen patrones de comportamiento similares, las magnitudes y la variabilidad difieren entre los cuantiles analizados. La desigualdad salarial se incrementó en el final del periodo de estudio de acuerdo a las habilidades de cada grupo.

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  • Héctor Manuel Zárate S., 2003. "Cambios En La Estructura Salarial: Una Historia Desde La Regresión Cuantílica," BORRADORES DE ECONOMIA 002089, BANCO DE LA REPÚBLICA.
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    1. Guataqui, Juan Carlos & García Suaza, Andrés Felipe & Rodríguez, Mauricio, 2009. "Estimaciones de los determinantes de los ingresos laborales en Colombia con consideraciones diferenciales para asalariados y cuenta propia," DOCUMENTOS DE TRABAJO 005756, UNIVERSIDAD DEL ROSARIO.

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