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Verbreitung, Ausmaß und Determinanten der übertariflichen Entlohnung

  • Kohaut, Susanne
  • Schnabel, Claus

Repräsentative Daten des IAB-Betriebspanels für das Jahr 2002 zeigen, dass im privaten Sektor fast die Hälfte der westdeutschen, aber nicht einmal ein Fünftel der ostdeutschen Betriebe mit Tarifbindung über Tarif entlohnen. Das Ausmaß der übertariflichen Entlohnung in diesen Betrieben liegt in der Größenordnung von 10 Prozent. Verbreitung und Ausmaß der übertariflichen Bezahlung weisen im Zeitablauf eine rückläufige Tendenz auf. Theoretische Überlegungen und empirische Analysen deuten darauf hin, dass die geringen Differenzierungsmöglichkeiten des deutschen Systems relativ zentralisierter Tarifverhandlungen einen wichtigen Hintergrund der übertariflichen Entlohnung bilden. Auch die Struktur der Beschäftigten, der Stand der technischen Anlagen und (zumindest im Westen) die Größe eines Betriebes spielen eine Rolle.

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Paper provided by Friedrich-Alexander-University Erlangen-Nuremberg, Chair of Labour and Regional Economics in its series Discussion Papers with number 23.

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