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Satisfacción moral como variable explicativa de diferencias salariales en Chile

  • Isabel Asenjo
  • David Coble
  • Joseph Ramos
  • Valentina Rosselli

Es sabido que los salarios suben con educación y experiencia y en especial con la educación universitaria. No obstante aún así quedan muchos factores, sabidos osospechados como importantes cuyo impacto normalmente no podemos medir por nodisponer de la información. Es el caso, por ejemplo, de rasgos personales – comointeligencia y empeño, o de rasgos de capital social, como educación de los padres.Asimismo, hay evidencia internacional que en la medida que una persona derive unamayor satisfacción de su trabajo, por considerar que hace un mayor aporte a susociedad, estará dispuesto a aceptar un trabajo que pague menos por tener esacompensación moral. Este trabajo intenta medir la influencia de estos factores, sobre labase de información sobre el mercado laboral, derivado de las personas buscandotrabajo por medio de Trabajando.com, que se combina con la información del DEMREde la Universidad de Chile sobre su desempeño académico en la enseñanza media y sobre la educación de sus padres.

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Paper provided by University of Chile, Department of Economics in its series Working Papers with number wp301.

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