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    Title: 公民營薪資差異 : 中國大陸實證研究
    Other Titles: Public-private sector wage differentials in China
    Authors: 陳柔孜;Chen, Jou-tzu
    Contributors: 淡江大學經濟學系碩士班
    林亦珍;Lin, Yi-chen
    Keywords: 內生轉換迴歸模型;薪資差異;薪資歧視;公營溢酬;endogenous switching model;public-private wage differentials;wage discrimination;premium
    Date: 2010
    Issue Date: 2010-09-23 16:03:47 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 本文主要的目的是探討中國大陸公民營薪資差異的成因,並瞭解是否有薪資歧視的問題。為進行此項研究,本文首先使用內生轉換迴歸模型來估計及修正樣本選擇偏誤問題,接著估計薪資迴歸式並用Oaxaca and Ramson (1994) 薪資分解公民營薪資差異。
    The purpose of this paper is to measure and decompose the wage differences between public and private sector in China. Oaxaca-Ramson decomposition results suggest that after correcting for sample selection bias the public-private wage gap for male and females are 0.1578 and -0.6404, respectively, indicating that the average wages are higher in the public sector for men but lower for women. Differences in individual characteristics widen the male (female) wage gap by 0.7397 (0.1851). We also find that differences in the rate of return on characteristics narrow the male (female) wage gap by 0.5819 (0.8255), suggesting that the private sector offer a higher return to productive characteristics. The male public-private wage gap is primarily due to differences in individual characteristics. In contrast, the key determinant of female wage gap is the positive wage premium in the private sector.
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