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policies in China. We find that again consistent with the agency view, earnings-tenure profiles are considerably steeper for … in accounting for upward-sloping earnings-tenure profiles; our findings strongly support the agency view. Our second area … find that earnings-tenure profiles for employee owners are not upward-sloping but horizontal. In addition we find that pay-performance …
policies in China. We find that again consistent with the agency view, earnings-tenure profiles are considerably steeper for … in accounting for upward-sloping earnings-tenure profiles; our findings strongly support the agency view. Our second area … find that earnings-tenure profiles for employee owners are not upward-sloping but horizontal. In addition we find that pay-performance …
We provide empirical support for the contention that within-job wage growth relates purely to job-specific performance … and that returns to general experience are assessed at the point of job change. Using the British New Earnings Survey …
policies in China. We find that again consistent with the agency view, earnings-tenure profiles are considerably steeper for … in accounting for upward-sloping earnings-tenure profiles; our findings strongly support the agency view. Our second area … find that earnings-tenure profiles for employee owners are not upward-sloping but horizontal. In addition we find that pay-performance …
This paper summarizes the findings of studies which investigate the determinants of wages in Germany, using data of the German Socioeconomic Panel (GSOEP). The empirical analyses apply least squares estimates as well as the estimators developed by Altonji and Shakotko (1987) and Topel (1991)....
We provide empirical support for the contention that within-job wage growth relates purely to job-specific performance … and that returns to general experience are assessed at the point of job change. Using the British New Earnings Survey …
We provide empirical support for the contention that within-job wage growth relates purely to job-specific performance … and that returns to general experience are assessed at the point of job change. Using the British New Earnings Survey …
We investigate wage differences between newly hired and incumbent employees. We show in a formal model that when employees care for wages as well as match-specific utility, incumbents earn less than new recruits if and only if firm-specific human capital is not too important. The existence and...
We investigate wage differences between newly hired and incumbent employees. We show in a formal model that when employees care for wages as well as match-specific utility, incumbents earn less than new recruits if and only if firm-specific human capital is not too important. The existence and...