Regional Heterogeneity in Wage Distributions: Evidence from Spain

@inproceedings{Motelln2011RegionalHI,
  title={Regional Heterogeneity in Wage Distributions: Evidence from Spain},
  author={Elisabet Motell{\'o}n and Enrique L{\'o}pez-Bazo and Mayssun El-Attar},
  year={2011}
}
Regional differences in real wages have been shown to be both large and persistent in the United States and the U.K., as well as in the economies of other countries. Empirical evidence suggests that wage differentials adjusted for the cost of living cannot only be explained by the unequal spatial distribution of characteristics determining earnings. Rather, average wage gap decomposition reveals the important contribution made by regional heterogeneity in the price assigned to these… CONTINUE READING

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