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Tendances des salaires relatifs des personnes tres scolarisees dans une economie du savoir

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  • Morissette, Rene
  • Ostrovsky, Yuri
  • Picot, Garnett

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Dans cette etude, et dans le prolongement de travaux anterieurs sur l'evolution de l'avantage associe aux etudes, on examine les tendances divergentes du ratio des gains des diplomes universitaires a ceux des diplomes du secondaire dans divers secteurs de l'economie du savoir. On discute egalement de l'evolution de la demande de travailleurs hautement qualifies en comparant les salaires relatifs des diplomes universitaires titulaires d'un diplome dans un domaine d'etudes et ceux d'autres diplomes universitaires (avantage salarial associe au

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  • Morissette, Rene & Ostrovsky, Yuri & Picot, Garnett, 2004. "Tendances des salaires relatifs des personnes tres scolarisees dans une economie du savoir," Direction des etudes analytiques : documents de recherche 2004232f, Statistics Canada, Direction des etudes analytiques.
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