1 Interregional Wage Differences in Spain . a Microdata Analysis for 1990

@inproceedings{Sanrom20151IW,
  title={1 Interregional Wage Differences in Spain . a Microdata Analysis for 1990},
  author={Esteban Sanrom{\'a} and Ra{\'u}l Ramos},
  year={2015}
}
. Interregional wage differences in the Spanish economy are of considerable magnitude. More precisely the average wage in Madrid is 69% higher than in Murcia and the figure for Cataluña is 47% higher. The main objective of this paper is to explain these differences. In order to do so, we estimate enlarged Mincer equations and study the quantitative importance of the "territorial effect" on wages. Then we attempt to explain these effects as compensatory differences or as a result of existent… CONTINUE READING