Public Sector Wage Differentials in Great Britain
The paper considers the estimation of wage differentials both between and within public and private sector labour markets, employing data from the 1991 BHPS. When controlling for a range of individual and job characteristics, including industry affiliation, the mean differential is estimated at 30% for public sector women but is insignificantly different from zero for men.
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