Occupational Wage Differentials : Firm-Level Evidence for British Manufacturing
This paper uses firm-level data to address the following issues; (i) Have wage differentials increased at the level of the firm? (ii) Are they any patterns in the levels and changes of these differentials? (iii) Do the same factors determine the pay of both low-skilled and high-skilled workers?
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