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Jobs, Training, and Worker Well-being, vol 30

Edited by Solomon Polachek and Konstantinos Tatsiramos ()

in Research in Labor Economics from Emerald Publishing Ltd, currently edited by Professor Solomon Polachek and Dr Konstantinos Tatsiramos

Date: 2010
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On the link between investment in on-the-job training and earnings dispersion: the case of France , pp 1-34 Downloads
Audrey Dumas, Said Hanchane and Jacques Silber
Employee training and wage dispersion: white- and blue-collar workers in Britain , pp 35-60 Downloads
Filipe Almeida-Santos, Yekaterina Chzhen and Karen Mumford
Income inequality, income mobility, and social welfare for urban and rural households of China and the United States , pp 61-106 Downloads
Niny Khor and John Pencavel
Why are jobs designed the way they are? , pp 107-154 Downloads
Michael Gibbs, Alec Levenson and Cindy Zoghi
Is seniority-based pay used as a motivational device? Evidence from plant-level data , pp 155-187 Downloads
Alberto Bayo-Moriones, Jose E. Galdon-Sanchez and Maia Güell
The promotion dynamics of American executives , pp 189-231 Downloads
Christian Belzil and Michael Bognanno
Self-selection models for public and private sector job satisfaction , pp 233-251 Downloads
Simon Luechinger, Alois Stutzer and Rainer Winkelmann
The survival and growth of establishments: does gender segregation matter? , pp 253-282 Downloads
Helena Persson and Gabriella Sjögren Lindquist
Futile and effective ways to combat wage discrimination , pp 283-300 Downloads
Yuval Shilony and Yossef Tobol
Patterns of nominal and real wage rigidity , pp 301-337 Downloads
Louis Christofides and Paris Nearchou

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