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Martina Skalická, Marek Zinecker, Michał B. Pietrzak, Tomáš Meluzín and Mirko Dohnal

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Milena Kirova and Preslava Velikova

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Shahrazad Hadad

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Çelik Kemal, Oktay Erkan, Doğan Ebül Muhsin and Özhancı Ömer

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Vlad I. Roșca

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Constantin Bratianu

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Darragh Flannery and Tom Turner

20 19 Ireland 21 20 22 Luxembourg 20 23 16 Spain 15 13 17 Belgium 12 10 13 Portugal 12 11 12 Italy 11 6 15 Denmark 10 8 13 Poland 7 9 2 Greece 8 10 6 Austria 6 7 5 Lithuania 5 12 –3 Slovenia 5 8 2 EU average 4 4 3 Note: Countries with a positive hourly earnings gap in favour of private sector workers: Netherlands, UK, Malta, France, Czech Republic, Romania, Finland, Latvia, Bulgaria, Slovak