FRANCE: A LIMITED EFFECT OF REGIONS ON PUBLIC WAGE DIFFERENTIALS?
Unlike the private sector, the French public sector is still characterized by a high level of centralization in pay setting. Public services have recently gained more autonomy in personnel management locally. Consequently, the public–private wage gap at the local level may play an increasing role in...
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Oxford, UK Blackwell Publishing Ltd 01.07.2007
University of Manchester
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|published in:||The Manchester school Vol. 75; no. 4; pp. 479 - 500|
|Data of publication:||July 2007|
Social Sciences (General)
This paper is part of a programme on the attractiveness of the public sector that is financed by the French Ministry of Fonction Publique (DGAFP). We are grateful to Robert Elliott, Claudio Lucifora, Federica Origo, Georges Bresson and to the participants at seminars in Université Paris 2, Paris, for useful comments. We are grateful to IRESCO‐CNRS (France) for supplying, the national data set. The usual disclaimer applies.
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