Desigualtat salarial persistent, inestabilitat salarial i ocupació temporal a Espanya

Translated title of the contribution: Long term earnings inequality, earnings instability and temporary employment in Spain

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Abstract

Cross-sectional earnings inequality of male full-time employees falls over the second half of the nineties in Spain. A study finds that such decline was determined by a decrease in earnings instability and an increase in long term inequality. Given the marked decline in temporary employment over the sample period, we also examine the effect of the type of contract on earnings variance components, and find that workers with fixed-term contract face on average more instability than workers with permanent contract. This evidence suggests that the decline in temporary employment is responsible for the decreasing earnings instability.
Translated title of the contributionLong term earnings inequality, earnings instability and temporary employment in Spain
Original languageCatalan
Pages (from-to)0001-2
Number of pages2
JournalUAB Divulga
Publication statusPublished - 2013

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