The Dynamics of the Earnings Distribution in Canada: An Econometric Analysis
This paper concerns the earnings mobility of individuals in the Canadian labour market. It is inspired by the growing economics literature on the growing inequality of the earnings distributions in North America. The majority of the studies that deal with Canada, such as the well-known work by Beach and Slotsve (1996) are based on cross-sectional data sets such as the Canadian Survey of Consumer Finances ans the Labour Force Survey, which ,lacking a longitudinal dimension, do not permit an analysis of earnings dynamics.
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