Do foreign-owned firms pay more?: evidence from the Indonesian manufacturing sector 1990-99
Ann Harrison () and
ILO Working Papers from International Labour Organization
Finds that wage premiums paid by foreign establishments during the 1990s were robust to the inclusion of worker characteristics. Suggests that the higher wage premiums may be due to a foreign firm's higher spending for training, partly with the intention to retain workers.
Keywords: wage rate; manufacturing; foreign enterprise.; econometric model; trend; taux des salaires; industries manufacturières; entreprise étrangère; modèle économétrique; tendance; tasa de salario; industrias manufactureras; empresa extranjera; modelo econométrico; tendencia (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Pages: 19 pages
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