Ethnic and Gender Wage Disparities in Sri Lanka

@inproceedings{Ajwad2002EthnicAG,
  title={Ethnic and Gender Wage Disparities in Sri Lanka},
  author={Mohamed Ihsan Ajwad},
  year={2002}
}
The authors examine wage inequalities in Sri Lanka's formal sector using data from the Sri Lanka Integrated Survey 1999-2000. The study aims to: a) investigate whether the labor market is characterized by wage disparities among ethnic and gender groups; b) identify the determinants of wages and the factors that affect the wage differential; c) analyze the determinants of wages across the conditional wage distribution; and d) disaggregate the ethnic or gender wage disparities where observed into… CONTINUE READING

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