Causes that Determine Wage Inequality in Contemporary Economy
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Ionut Constantin: Faculty of Bussines and Administration - University of Bucharest
Manager Journal, 2008, vol. 8, issue 1, 40-46
Differences in income have increased both in respect of full-time employees with university studies and those with secondary education and in respect of employees of non-productive sector and those in the industry. Differences have increased both in the `80, and end the years` 90, despite the growth of real income of labor as a whole. Among OECD countries, increasing differences can be seen in France and Japan (although World Bank study in France in 2007 considered an example of shrinkage differences in income), but it is insignificant in Germany or Italy.
Keywords: Inequality; globalization; discrimination; unemployment. (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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