A Decomposition of Growth of the Real Wage Rate for South Africa: 1970-2000
This paper examines the potential trade-off between growth in employment and growth in wages. In order to assess the trade-off between employment growth and real wage growth, we make use of a simple decomposition model, following Mazumdar (2000), in which real wage growth is determined by growth in real value added, employment growth, a trend in the wage share of value added and a relative price effect.
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|Publication status:||Published in Working Paper Series by the Development Policy Research Unit, March 2002, pages 1-46|
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