Inter-regional wage differentials in Spain

@article{Garca2002InterregionalWD,
  title={Inter-regional wage differentials in Spain},
  author={Inmaculada Plaza Garc{\'i}a and Jos{\'e} Alberto Molina},
  journal={Applied Economics Letters},
  year={2002},
  volume={9},
  pages={209 - 215}
}
The paper analyses the wage differentials among different Spanish regions. Hedonic wage equations are first formulated for those regions and then the wage decomposition method is applied, which allows separation of the effects due to characteristics from those due to returns. The results show that in the Centre and South, half of the wage differential corresponds to each concept, whereas in the North and East the difference is due more to the different remuneration than to the different… 

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