THE PUBLIC SECTOR PAY GAP IN FRANCE, GREAT BRITAIN AND ITALY
We investigate public–private pay determination using French, British and Italian microdata. While traditional methods focus on parametric methods to estimate the public sector pay gap, in this paper, we use both non‐parametric (kernel) and quantile regression methods to analyze the distribution of...
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Oxford, UK Blackwell Publishing Ltd 01.03.2006
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|published in:||The Review of income and wealth Vol. 52; no. 1; pp. 43 - 59|
|Data of publication:||March 2006|
This paper is part of the PIEP (Pay Inequality and Economic Performance) Project financed by the EU under the V framework (contract N.HPSE‐CT‐1999‐00040). We are grateful to Simona Comi, Carlo Dell’Aringa, Paolo Ghinetti, Robert Elliott, PIEP members and to the participants at seminars in Università Cattolica‐Milan, Université Paris 2, Paris and XV EALE Conference held in Seville, for useful comments. We are grateful to IRESCO‐CNRS (France), Bank of Italy (Italy), and U.K. Data Archive (Great Britain) for supplying national data set. The usual disclaimer applies. We are also grateful to two anonymous referees for their comments.
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