Institut für Arbeitsmarkt- und Berufsforschung

Navigation zu den wichtigsten Bereichen.

Unternavigation.

Real money casinos are also a great way for you to earn additional income. There are many people who play slots online and make money on their bets. Most players make a small amount of cash each time that they play these games, but if you plan on making a living playing online slots, you will need to make a lot of money. Some people make hundreds of dollars each day by playing online slot games. While some people make their money through the casinos, others play online slots just to make extra money and to be able to pay their bills. At CasinoOnlineCa you can find a list of top online casino sites for real money.
Online gambling is more affordable than ever before, but players should be wary of the minimum deposit casinos that arent worth spending their money on. Use the tips above to ensure that you can enjoy the games you want, whether they involve real cash or just virtual points. Once youve found a site that you think offers these codes, youll have to input them in so that you can enter them to see what the code is related to. Then youll need to wait until the code expires. After the code has expired, youll be able to play for the bonus, and you can keep the money youve earned from that game plus the bonus amount. After a while, you can keep on using the same site or transfer the points to another live casino Singapore site.

Hauptnavigation.


Zertifikat "audit berufundfamilie"


Inhaltsbereich: Institut für Arbeitsmarkt- und Berufsforschung

Firms and labor market inequality

Verfügbarkeit

Abstract

"We review the literature on firm-level drivers of labor market inequality. There is strong evidence from a variety of fields that standard measures of productivity - like output per worker or total factor productivity - vary substantially across firms, even within narrowly-defined industries. Several recent studies note that rising trends in the dispersion of productivity across firms mirror the trends in the wage inequality across workers. Two distinct literatures have searched for a more direct link between these two phenomena. The first examines how wages are affected by differences in employer productivity. Studies that focus on firm-specific productivity shocks and control for the non-random sorting of workers to more and less productive firms typically find that a 10% increase in value-added per worker leads to somewhere between a 0.5% and 1.5% increase in wages. A second literature focuses on firm-specific wage premiums, using the wage outcomes of job changers. This literature also concludes that firm pay setting is important for wage inequality, with many studies finding that firm wage effects contribute approximately 20% of the overall variance of wages. To interpret these findings, we develop a model where workplace environments are viewed as imperfect substitutes by workers, and firms set wages with some degree of market power. We show that simple versions of this model can readily match the stylized empirical findings in the literature regarding rent-sharing elasticities and the structure of firm-specific pay premiums." (Author's abstract, IAB-Doku) ((en))

Weitere Informationen

Autorin / Autor


Bibliografische Daten

Card, David ; Cardoso, Ana Rute ; Heining, Jörg ; Kline, Patrick (2016): Firms and labor market inequality * evidence and some theory. (IZA discussion paper, 9850), Bonn, 53 S.
 

Infobereich.

Abspann.