Pay Inequalities in the European Community presents a comparative analysis of the distribution of earnings from employment in six countries of the European Economic Community: Britain, Belgium, France, the federal Republic of Germany, Italy and the Netherlands.
The text covers aspects of the inequality of pay among individual workers: inequality between sectors and industries in the economy; between occupations and between men and women; assessment of the relative importance of the elements in inequality; and factors which may underlie differences in the patterns of distribution between countries such as training and promotion systems, trade union bargaining policies and institutions, and income policies.
Economists, labor specialists, and researchers will find the book a good source of information.
Elsevier Science; May 2014
- ISBN: 9781483192390
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- Title: Pay Inequalities in the European Community
- Author: Christopher Saunders; David Marsden; François Duchêne (ed.)