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Group Wage Curves

Опубликовано на портале: 04-11-2004
W.E. Upjohn Institute for Employment Research: Staff Working Papers. 2002.  No. 00-63.
Организация: W.E. for Employment Research (Upjohn Institute)
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Using panel data on U.S. MSAs, this paper estimates how a typical MSAs wages of different demographic groups, and prices, are affected by overall MSA unemployment, the distribution of unemployment among different groups, and national prices and wages. MSA unemployment has strong effects on MSA wages and prices, but the distribution of unemployment among different groups has weak effects on wages and prices. Using these estimates, simulations show that targeting high-unemployment groups for unemployment reductions will not reduce wage or price inflation pressures. The estimates also show that the effects of MSA unemployment on prices and disadvantaged groups wages are greater (in absolute value) at lower unemployment rates. As a result, simulations using these estimates suggest that national unemployment can be reduced with less inflationary pressures by targeting unemployment reductions at MSAs with high unemployment.

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