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Intelligens och personlighetsdrag som förklaring till inkomst(löne-)skillnader mellan individer

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  • Antelius, Jesper



  • Zetterberg, Johnny

    (Trade Union Institute for Economic Research)

Social kompetens, pålitlighet, självförtroende etc betraktas allmänt som värdefulla personlighetsdrag för individens karriärmöjligheter och löneutveckling men förekommer sällan som förklaringsfaktorer i empirisk lönebildningsforskning, mycket beroende på att det i regel saknas tillräckligt detaljerade individdatamaterial. Vid sidan av intelligens är sådana personlighetsdrag viktiga för att förklara löneskillnader mellan individer med till synes likartad utbildning. I denna uppsats redovisas empiriska resultat från en framväxande lönebildningslitteratur om individens personlighetsdrag som lönebestämmande faktor. I detta sammanhang redovisas också preliminära resultat från en ny svensk studie som bl a visar att personlighetsdrag i termer av individens självuppfattning är lönsamt särskilt i höga lönelägen i inkomstfördelningen.

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Paper provided by Trade Union Institute for Economic Research in its series Working Paper Series with number 202.

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Length: 22 pages
Date of creation: 12 Oct 2004
Handle: RePEc:hhs:fiefwp:0202
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