2 edition of Changes in the distribution of wages, 1940-1950 found in the catalog.
Changes in the distribution of wages, 1940-1950
Robert A. Margo
|Statement||Robert A. Margo, T. Aldrich Finegan.|
|Series||NBER working paper series -- working paper no. 5389, Working paper series (National Bureau of Economic Research) -- working paper no. 5389.|
|Contributions||Finegan, Thomas Aldrich, 1929-, National Bureau of Economic Research.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||26,  p. :|
|Number of Pages||26|
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Get this from a library. Changes in the distribution of wages, the public vs. the private sector. [Robert A Margo; Thomas Aldrich Finegan; National Bureau of Economic Research.].
Changes in the Distribution of Wages, The Public vs. the Private Sector Robert A. Margo, T. Aldrich Finegan. NBER Working Paper No. Issued in December NBER Program(s):Development of the American EconomyCited by: 3. Margo, Robert A. and Finegan, T. Aldrich, Changes in the Distribution of Wages, The Public vs.
The Private Sector (December ). NBER Working Paper No. wCited by: 3. Downloadable. Between and wage differentials within and between labor market groups narrowed significantly - the so-called 'Great Compression'.
This paper disaggregates the Great Compression into its public and private components. Wage compression in the public sector, along with a decline in the pay premia received by public sector workers, explains about 40 percent of aggregate.
Effects of the minimum wage on the wage distribution became clearer with the declining real minimum wage in the s; nevertheless, the ability of minimum wages to equalize the distribution of family incomes remains quite by: In the yearthe United States minimum wage was $ This is equivalent to $ in dollars.
The Theory of Wages is a book by the British economist John R. Hicks published in (2nd ed., ). It has been described as a classic microeconomic statement of wage determination in competitive markets. It anticipates a number of developments in distribution and growth theory and remains a standard work in labour economics.
Part I of the book takes as its starting point a reformulation. percentage change in total wages = percent change in real minimum wage × (1 – [–(elasticity of demand)]). The elasticity of demand is a negative number: if wages increase (that is, the change in the wage is positive), then hours worked decreases (that is, the change in hours worked is negative).
When the movie industry transitioned away from silent films aroundit had a big impact on wages, especially for article from the U.S. BLS Monthly Labor Review shows average weekly wages for all movie theater jobs, including ushers, projectionists, musicians, electricians, poster artists, pages, doormen, cashiers, watchmen, cleaning personnel, and elevator boys.
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wages at the 10th, 50th (median), and 90th percentiles of the wage distribution in each year, and then explores how those wage levels change over time. 3 The sample comprises employed (full- and part-time), nonmilitary nonfarm wage and salary earners aged 25 to 64 years.
Downloadable. We study the quantitative impact of a rise in the minimum wage on macroeconomic outcomes such as employment, the stock of capital and the distribution of wages.
Our modeling framework is the large-firm search and matching model. Our comparative statics are in line with previous empirical findings: a moderate increase in the minimum wage barely affects employment, while it.
important period of change. Previous studies of labor markets in the s have emphasized changes in the distribution of wages among men by skill group (Goldin and Margo ) and race (MaloneyMargoCollins ), or changes in the labor-force participation of.
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Part 1, establish the procedures for predetermining the wage rates required to be included in bid specifications/contracts for construction projects to which. If the distribution of income or wealth is considered to be unfair by society, government intervention might achieve a more equitable distribution of economic well-being.
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His plus books, including QuickBooks For Dummies and Quicken For Dummies, have sold more than four million copies. Get this from a library. Changes in distribution of manufacturing wage earners, [Harold D Kube; Ralph H Danhof; United States.
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by comprehensive social control over wage-rate changes. Money earnings have been affected not only by changes in basic wage rates but also by shifts in the distribution of workers among individual manufacturing industries, by material increase in the length of the average workweek, by the greater importance of overtime at premium.The most dramatic change during the Great Recession was the percentage of Black households making under $15K (from 19% in to 24% in ) which was well below the poverty line for families.
Although the economic rebound was slowest for the Black population, by Black median incomes nearly recovered and the Black upper class and wealthy. For persons in the bottom 10 percent of the wage distribution, we estimate that jobless time increased by nearly 16 percentage points (8 weeks) between the late s and the late s, In contrast, for workers above the median of the wage distribution there was virtually no change in non-working time over this period.