2 edition of Public-private wage differentials in Ireland, 1994-2001 found in the catalog.
Public-private wage differentials in Ireland, 1994-2001
G. E. Boyle
by Department of Economics, National University of Ireland, Galway in Galway
Written in English
|Statement||by Gerry Boyle, Rory McElligott and Jim O"Leary.|
|Series||Working papers series (National University of Ireland, Maynooth, Department of Economics -- no.N145/11/04|
|Contributions||McElligott, Rory., O"Leary, Jim.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||42|
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Boyle, Gerry & McElligott, Rory & O'Leary, Jim, "Public-Private Wage Differentials in Ireland, ," Quarterly Economic Commentary: Special Articles, Economic and Social Research Institute (ESRI), vol.
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Summer Dublin: The Economic and Social Research Institute. Fiona. 'Investigating the Public-Private Wage Gap in Ireland Using Data from the National Employment Survey '. - Dublin: Journal of the Statistical and. Public-Private Wage Differentials in Ireland, QEC Special Article Read More.
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Jim O?Leary was a Research Assistant in the ESRI from until From to he worked with the NESC. Inhe joined Davy Stockbrokers and was Chief Economist from to ‘A truly wonderful and supremely important book, which places Ireland's rise and subsequent fall in exactly the kind of socio-economic and political-historical perspective that is desperately required and yet which has been so sorely lacking in much of the existing literature.
‘Public-Private Wage Differentials in Ireland, – A subsequent paper by O'Leary, Rory McElligott and Gerry Boyle, Public-Private Wage Differentials in Ireland,concluded that pre-benchmarking public pay levels were actually 11 per cent.
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We uncover the short- and long-run structural determinants of the existing cross-country heterogeneity in public-private pay differentials for a broad set of OECD countries.
We explore micro data (EU-SILC, –) and macro data (–). Three results stand out. First, when looking at pay gaps based on individual data, more than half of the cross-sectional variation of the sample. Public-Private Wage Differentials in Ireland, Gerard Boyle, Rory McElligott and Jim O'Leary Disability and Labour Force Participation in Ireland Brenda Gannon Is there a Risk-Return Trade-off across Occupations.
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The coefficients of conditional (on personal and job characteristics) public sector controls give a first impression on wage differences, while decompositions into explained and unexplained components (also accounting for selectivity) allow for a more complete analysis, which helps to identify.
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Mr Ramsey said: "[This] represents the highest public-private wage differential of all the UK regions. "Given that public sector pay accounts for around half of the Northern Ireland Executive's budget it is vital from both a public expenditure perspective and an economic development viewpoint that public sector wages are set at a level that is.
Bender K. and Elliott R. ‘The role of job attributes in understanding the public and-private wage differential’. Industrial Relations 3 Boyle G. McElliot R. and O’Leary J. ‘Public-private wage differentials in Ireland ’ in ESRI Quarterly Economic Quarterly Special Article.
Summer. The wage differentials in India tend to be higher in rural as compared with urban areas, and are higher among women than among men. The wage differential also tends to be higher for low-skilled workers.
There is considerable evidence of an increase in the wage differential between and public-private wage differentials in high-income countries The surveys of Ehrenberg and Schwarz (), Bender () and Gregory and Berland () account for the main theoretical insights that explain the existence of a wage premium in the public sector.
Dickson et al. () assess a life cycle version of the public-private wage gap during – and conclude that, of the countries that they consider (Italy, Germany, the Netherlands, France, Spain and the UK), only France and Spain show a positive life cycle gap, which is more evident at the lower end of the wage distribution — see also.
This paper uses data from the National Employment Survey to analyse the public-private sector wage gap in Ireland. The purpose of the paper is to highlight the issues around attempting to establish a definitive measurement of the public-private sector wage differential.
A number of different approaches are used to estimate the public-private wage gap, and the limitations of these various. Ireland’s real average annual growth rate in public expenditure between and was %, and was therefore actually growing slower than both GDP at % (Figure ) and GNI at %.
Although spending on education increased annually on average by % between andfor example, its relative share of GDP decreased from. The Public-Private Wage Gap. If you’re a policy wonk, you’ll like the fact that the study is filled with lots of interesting data and charts. aggregate data show that the euro area government wage differential with respect to the private sector increased from 20% in to 25% inand subsequently fell to 23% in