Measures of change in real wages and earnings

Gavett, Thomas W.
February 1972
Monthly Labor Review;Feb72, Vol. 95 Issue 2, p48
Academic Journal
Compares new average hourly earnings series with three other measures of changes in real compensation. Differences among series; Strategies for reconciling the series; Number of series to chose from.


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