Wage Inequalities in East and West

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Wage Inequalities in East and West

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  • 製本 Hardcover:ハードカバー版
  • 言語 ENG,ENG
  • 商品コード 9780521395311
  • DDC分類 331.2947

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This 1994 book analyses wage hierarchy in market and planning theory, and how these theories can be used as a basis for the comparison of wage structures in Western and Soviet-type systems. The author analyses statistical data from ten countries in both systems at the beginning of the eighties, and attempts to account for wage dispersion by examining such factors as education and training, discrimination against women, and market structure, as well as the influence of systemic factors. Professor Redor asserts that systemic differences are not the most significant determinants of wage inequality (the Soviet Union is found to have been on a par with the United Kingdom for example), and argues that similarities between the two systems in the dispersion of wages are due to similar patterns of work organisation and wage policies within firms, and that many determinants of wage inequality are in fact common to both systems.

Table of Contents

Preface
Introduction
Part I. The Analysis of Wage Structures in the
Western System and in the Soviet Type System:
1. The wage hierarchy in the market and
planning theories
2. Constructing a comparative model of wage
structures
3. A statistical analysis of the wage dispersion
4. Analyzing intersector earning differences
5. Stability and adaptation of wage structures
Part II. Why Are The Wage Structures Similar in
the Two Systems: 6. Two different types of wage
regulation
7. The structuring role of sectors and large
firms in the two systems
8. Pay and the division of labour between
manual and non-manual workers
9. The dispersion of disposable incomes of
households in the two systems
10. A tentative synthesis
Conclusion
Bibliography.