Gender Wage Inequality and Rent-Sharing: Evidence from a German-Linked Employer—Employee Data-set
In a perfectly competitive labour market wages are only determined by productivity characteristics; labour is remunerated with their marginal product. But in the real world we observe huge wage differences not attributable to productivity characteristics. We observe wage differences between industri...
|Main Author:||Gartner, Hermann|
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London Palgrave Macmillan UK
|published in:||Gender Pay Differentials pp. 118 - 131|
I thank the DFG (project Al 393/6–3 — Gender-Specific Wages and Organizations) for financial support. For valuable comments I thank an anonymous referee and the participants of the conference on the Econometrics of Labour Demand from the Applied Econometrics Association from 6 to 8 September 2004 in Mons (Belgium).
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