Manuel Pérez1, Mauricio Oyarzo2, y Dusan Paredes3
Empirical research has documented that inter-industry and cross-employer wage differentials exist, are stable, and cannot be explained by observable differences in worker or job characteristics that might require compensation. This research aims to keep in depth on this issue by analyzing one of the most striking phenomenon on job mobility: the Long Distance Commuting. We provide a better explanation about how apparently similar workers, with similar productivity and job characteristics, are paid different in the chilean labor market depending on the discrimination introduced by their region of living.
Participación en sesión: Dinamicas regionales del mercado laboral.