Minimum wages and labour market outcomes in decentralised Indonesia : a case study from Java
Using the data at the district and individual level, this thesis analyses three core interrelated sets of issues related to minimum wages impact on employment and hours of worked, commuting and returns to commuting, and the gender earnings gap. These issues are discussed in the context of economic and labour market changes 2001 -2007 in Indonesia. In 2001, Indonesia experienced decentralization that was accompanied by variation of minimum wages at district level and a rapid increase in...[Show more]
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