An econometric model of worker compensation changes

Bailey, William R.; Sackley, Arthur
September 1970
Monthly Labor Review;Sep70, Vol. 93 Issue 9, p32
Academic Journal
Investigates changes in the worker compensation over a 20-year period in the U.S. Econometric model of worker compensation; Relation between money wage rate changes and factors selected to represent the state of the labor market; Behavioral relation between economic processes and wage change.


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