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by Gilles Duranton

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Author: Gilles Duranton
ISBN: 0753014432
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Publisher: Centre for Economic Performance (2000)
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In this paper we apply earnings equations for UK regions over 1982-1997. Other versions of this item: Duranton, Gilles & Monastiriotis, Vassilis, 2000.

In this paper we apply earnings equations for UK regions over 1982-1997.

In this paper we apply earnings equations for UK regions over 1982-1997

In this paper we apply earnings equations for UK regions over 1982-1997.

In this paper we apply earnings equations for . regions over 1982-1997

In this paper we apply earnings equations for . regions over 1982-1997. Duranton, Gilles and Monastiriotis, Vassilis, Mind the Gaps: The Evolution of Regional Earnings Inequalities in the . Journal of Regional Science, Vol. 42, pp. 219-256, 2002. Gilles Duranton (Contact Author).

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Discussion Paper No. 03-08 University of British Columbia. Duranton G, Monastiriotis V (2002) Mind the gap: The evolution of regional earnings inequalities in the . J Reg Sci 42(1):219–256. Fenwick D, Smith K, Wingfield D (2005) Relative regional consumer price levels in 2004. Economic Trends 615 February Office for National Statistics. Gosling A, Machin S, Meghir C (2000) The changing distribution of male wages in the UK. Rev Econ Stud 67(4):635–666. Green F, Zhu Y (2008) Overqualification, job satisfaction, and increasing returns to graduate education. Oxford Economic Papers 1–24. In contrast, data on average regional earnings point to a worsening of . regional inequalities and a rise in the North-South gap. regional fixed-effects, gender gaps, and returns to education and experience). First, London gained because its workforce became relatively more educated over the period.

Mind the Gaps: The Evolution of Regional Earnings Inequalities in the . In this paper we apply earnings equations for . Vassilis Monastiriotis.

Mind the gaps: the evolution of regional earnings inequalities in the UK, 1982–1997. Regional growth and national development: transition in Central and Eastern Europe and the regional Kuznets curve in the East and the West. G Duranton, V Monastiriotis. Journal of Regional Science 42 (2), 219-256, 2002. G Agiomirgianakis, D Asteriou, V Monastiriotis. Spatial Economic Analysis 9 (2), 142-161, 2014. Regional growth dynamics in Central and Eastern Europe.

The purpose of this paper is to evaluate which are the real effects of these characteristics on both phenomena using an ample set of data for . Mind the gaps: the evolution of regional earnings inequalities in the UK, 1982-1997. by Vassilis Monastiriotis.

The purpose of this paper is to evaluate which are the real effects of these characteristics on both phenomena using an ample set of data for different OECD countries. by Rosa Aide Sanchez Martinez. 8. Human Geography, Regional Science

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