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Вишневская Н. Т., Куликов О. В. Проблемы рынка труда. WP3. Высшая школа экономики, 2008. № 04.
In Russia, the wage setting mechanism is still under transformation. Among the institutions that form the wage system, the industry level bargaining is among the less explored. The main motivation of this paper is to analyze the role of industry-level tariff agreements in wage set­ting process. The paper examines the procedure of industry-wide negotiations, main institution­al characteristics of the agreements concluded by social partners, the interrelations of industry-level agreements, on the one hand, with the upper level agreements (on federal and regional lev­els) and, on the other, with company-level bargaining. Special sections study the peculiarities of wage setting on industry-level and the enforcement of agreements reached between employer or­ganizations and trade unions. The final part of the paper contains the analysis of economic con­sequences of Russian system of wage determination.
Added: Oct 13, 2012
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Гимпельсон В. Е., Капелюшников Р. И., Лукьянова А. Л. и др. Проблемы рынка труда. WP3. Высшая школа экономики, 2009. № 05.
Added: Mar 31, 2013
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Гимпельсон В. Е., Зинченко Д. Проблемы рынка труда. WP3. Высшая школа экономики, 2019. № 2311.
The article focuses on the wage formation of workers in the pre-retirement and retirement age in Russia. For this, the authors analyze age-wage profile and wage differentiation within and between age groups. The study exploits the Sample Survey of Household Incomes and Participation in Social Programs for 2016 which has a large sample and covers all groups of employed in the economy. It measures wages payed during the year 2015, thus allowing estimates for annual as well as hourly wages. Multiple previous studies across developed countries come to consensus that wages tend to grow over age until late in life, though with decreasing pace. However, this pattern does not show up in Russian data. Earnings peak early in working life and then decline monotonically. By their pre-retirement age, Russian workers find themselves on the declining wage trend. Though this “deviation” from stylized facts has already been noted in the literature, we explore it using the new and more comprehensive dataset. In addition, our analysis deals with annual earnings as well as hourly wage rates, and it explores trends in hours worked over age. The findings suggest that wage differentiation tends to be higher among older age workers reflecting stronger selection into employment with age. Given the forecast of changes in the age composition of employment by 2025–2030 and assuming stability of the age-wage profile, we can expect non-trivial reallocation of the aggregate wage fund to the benefit of the middle age group of workers while the old age group is likely be unaffect.
Added: Jul 19, 2019
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Лукьянова А. Л. Проблемы рынка труда. WP3. Высшая школа экономики, 2009. № 02.
Using the data from the Russian Longitudinal Monitoring Survey (RLMS), the paper investigates the changes in individual earnings over the period 2000–2005. Our results suggest that the magnitude of earnings mobility is significantly higher in Russia than in advanced market economies. Mobility leads to a sizable reduction in long-term inequality. We find that inequality in earnings cumulated over a six-year period is 10–20% lower than in cross-sections. The bottom and the top deciles of the distribution contribute most to the reduction in inequality due to larger changes in the absolute earnings. However, larger changes in relative positions are more likely in the middle of the distribution. We demonstrate that job changes are one of the major determinants of faster growth of relative earnings in Russia. This finding can be related to high dispersion of earnings within narrow professional groups and inefficiency of promotion mechanisms in internal labour markets.
Added: Mar 31, 2013
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Ощепков А. Ю., Трофимова Т. А., Яблонскене Н. Л. Проблемы рынка труда. WP3. Высшая школа экономики, 2019
This study is aimed to describe the current state of aff airs in teaching econometrics / applied economics in Russian regional universities. It is based on a survey of regional university teach-ers who were enrolled in training programs of the Yegor Gaidar Foundation in 2017–2019. This survey included questions related to the participants’ teaching experience as well as their own experience in studying econometrics that they had before the program and their research experi-ence. Participants were also asked to formulate what they have learned during the program. The analysis of the answers received confi rms the well-known opinion that regional universities are lagging behind in training and qualifi cation in the fi eld of applied econometrics / economics from leading metropolitan universities, but this lag looks neither crucial nor chronic.
Added: Jun 25, 2019
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Гимпельсон В. Е. Проблемы рынка труда. WP3. Высшая школа экономики, 2002. № 01.
Added: Mar 26, 2013
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Капелюшников Р. И. Проблемы рынка труда. WP3. Высшая школа экономики, 2019. № 01.
Added: Feb 25, 2019
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Полетаев А. В. Проблемы рынка труда. WP3. Высшая школа экономики, 2003. № 06.
Added: Mar 27, 2013
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Шарунина А. В. Проблемы рынка труда. WP3. Высшая школа экономики, 2012. № WP3/2012/07.
Added: Nov 14, 2012