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Karlis Vilerts, Olegs Krasnopjorovs and Edgars Brekis

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Michael Frenkel

of Migration), Discussion Paper No 22/13), 2013. [15] Dustmann C., Frattini T., Preston I.P., The impact of immigration on the British labor market, Econ J, 115, F324-F341, 2005. 21 [16] Dustmann C., Frattini T., Preston I.P., The effect of immigration along the distribution of wages, Rev Econ Stud, 80, 145-173, 2013. [17] Eckstein Z., Weiss Y., On the wage growth of immigrants: Israel 1990-2000, J Eur Econ Assoc, 2, 665-695, 2004. [18] Feenstra R.C., Taylor A.M., International economics, New York

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Pródromos-Ioánnis Prodromídis

)equality: Regional Restructuring and Wage Differentials by Gender and Education’, Economic Geography , 74, pp. 379-404. MERZ, J. Von (1990), ‘Female Labor Supply: Labor Force Participation, Market Wage Rate and Working Hours of Married and Unmarried Women in the Federal Republic of Germany’, Jahrbücher für Nationalökonomie und Statistik , 207, pp. 240-270. MOLHO, I. (1995), ‘Spatial Autocorrelation in British Unemployment’, Journal of Regional Science , 35, pp. 641-658. OAXACA, R. L. and RANSOM, M. R

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Darragh Flannery and Tom Turner

regressions, with the same premium at 9.3% when firm size was removed as a control. Females still enjoyed a larger public sector premium (5.1%–12.9%) compared to males (–2.0% to 6.3%), with private sector males enjoying a wage premium compared to their public sector counterparts when the pension levy and firm size were accounted for. More recent calculations from the CSO (2017) reveal similar trends for the years 2011–2014. Results for the OLS model for gross weekly earnings (deducting the pension levy and excluding size) shows a pay differential for the public sector

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Kārlis Vilerts and Oļegs Krasnopjorovs

Before and After EU Accession. SSRN Electronic Journal. https://doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.971198 Jann, B. (2008). The Blinder-Oaxaca Decomposition for Linear Regression Models. The Stata Journal, 8(4), 453-479. Retrieved from http://www.stata-journal.com/sjpdf.html?articlenum=st0151 Kahanec, M., & Zaiceva, A. (2008). Labour Market Outcomes of Immigrants and Non-Citizens in the EU: An East-West Comparison. IZA DP No. 3420. Retrieved from http://repec.iza.org/dp3420.pdf Leping, K.-O., & Toomet, O. (2008). Emerging Ethnic Wage

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Aleksandra Matuszewska-Janica

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Yigit Aydede and Atul Dar

output losses due to technical inefficiency. Unlike various decomposition methods analyzing the wage differentials between immigrant and native-born workers, the SWF model recognizes that differences in observed wage earnings reflect not only variations in the “potential” productivity but also differences in departures from this potential productivity due to market imperfections. The frontier approach defines “efficiency” as the maximum output that firms can produce from a given set of inputs or the maximum wages workers can earn from a given set of human capital

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Flurina Schmid

Feminization Reduce Pay, and How Can We Tell with Longitudinal Data? Social Science Research 36(3): 1237-1256. England, Paula, George Farkas, Barbara Stanek Kilbourne, and Thomas Dou. 1988. Explaining Occupational Sex Segregation and Wages: Findings from a Model with Fixed Effects. American Sociological Review 53(4): 544-558. Falter, Jean-Marc, and Giovanni Ferro-Luzzi. 2000. Public - Private Sector Wage Differentials in Switzerland. Zeitschrift für Volkswirtschaft und Statistik 136(3): 319-339. Felfe, Andrea Christina. 2012

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Dorota Witkowska

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Wei-Bin Zhang

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