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dc.creator Snower, Dennis J. 1999 2013-10-16T06:16:35Z 2013-10-16T06:16:35Z 2013-10-16
dc.identifier ppn:325843333
dc.description This Paper surveys major empirical regularities concerning changes in earnings inequality in Europe and the US over the past 25 years. Next, it indicates which of these regularities can be explained within the competitive demand–supply framework of analysis and what is left unexplained. Finally, it considers the implications of organizational change as a possible rationale for recent inequality developments.
dc.language eng
dc.publisher Centre for Economic Policy Research London
dc.relation CEPR Discussion paper series / Centre for Economic Policy Research 2321
dc.subject D23
dc.subject D24
dc.subject D31
dc.subject D33
dc.subject D63
dc.subject ddc:330
dc.subject income distribution
dc.subject earnings
dc.subject wage rigidities
dc.subject skilled and unskilled workers
dc.subject education
dc.subject globalization
dc.subject technological change
dc.subject organizational change
dc.subject labour supply
dc.subject minimum wage
dc.subject unionization
dc.subject inequality
dc.subject Einkommensverteilung
dc.subject Organisatorischer Wandel
dc.subject Vergleich
dc.subject USA
dc.subject EU-Staaten
dc.title Inequality of earnings
dc.type doc-type:workingPaper

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