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Wage inequality in Indonesia: does skill premium matter?

Australian National University. Crawford School of Public Policy


Growing inequality has become an important policy issue over the past decade, both internationally and in Indonesia. One of the features of the current widening of the income distribution in a number of countries has been the rising earnings from employment at the top end of the distribution. The aim of this seminar is to present some preliminary results on the relationship between the skill differential (defined in various ways) and wage inequality using provincial level data in Indonesia. Our...[Show more]

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