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Inequality in the Creative City: Is There Still a Place for "Old-Fashioned" Institutions?

Mary Donegan, Nichola Lowe
2008 Economic development quarterly  
In this article, the authors explore the complex relationship between creative workers and earnings inequality in the context of the broader urban economy.  ...  Yet, with all the hype surrounding the creative class strategy, a disturbing and less publicized trend has emerged: a concurrent rise in income inequality in cities attracting this very class.  ...  of urban labor markets between low-wage service jobs and high-wage professional service jobs.  ... 
doi:10.1177/0891242407310722 fatcat:bkaxa3dzqrannplpjxopro4twu

Page 529 of Human Resources Abstracts Vol. 37, Issue 4 [page]

2002 Human Resources Abstracts  
Low-technology states experience higher measures of between-group earnings inequality as measured by the college wage premium, likely the result of the relative scarcity of skilled workers.  ...  The technology necessary to implement this strategy is also discussed. 1133 Dadres, Susan, and Donna K. Ginther. Regional research and development intensity and earnings inequality.  ... 

Income inequality and mortality: time series evidence from Canada

Audrey Laporte, Brian S. Ferguson
2003 Health Policy  
Furthermore, increased access to public service such as health care and high quality education among the poor and vulnerable is desirable for sustained increase in labour productivity.  ...  Using quarterly time-series data on an empirical model which is hinged on Stolper-Samuelson theorem, the Johnson cointegration test and error correction model showed that globalization, technology and  ...  This theorem describes the link between globalization and wage inequality as a relationship between the relative output prices and relative wages.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0168-8510(03)00047-2 pmid:14499169 fatcat:fdjj7ojjxrcezjkyb4ygycgls4

How Firms Shape Income Inequality: Stakeholder Power, Executive Decision Making, and the Structuring of Employment Relationships

J. Adam Cobb
2016 Academy of Management Review  
Focusing on developed countries, I present a model explaining how firms help determine rates of income inequality at the societal level.  ...  I thank Abstract Focusing on developed countries, I present a model explaining how firms help determine rates of income inequality at the societal level.  ...  Although one aspect of income inequality could be high rates of poverty, a society can have high-income inequality and no poverty, or low-income inequality and high poverty.  ... 
doi:10.5465/amr.2013.0451 fatcat:xjj454uiijawfamn3dxiujnu6e

Globalization, economic freedom, and wage inequality: A panel data analysis

Gülsün Yay, Hüseyin Taştan, Asuman Oktayer
2016 Panoeconomicus  
This paper examines the impact of globalization and liberalization on wage inequality using the KOF globalization index, the Economic Freedom Index (EFI) of the Fraser Institute and the Theil industrial  ...  A more stable price system in an economy implies a more equal wage distribution in emerging markets (EM), non-OECD countries, and European Union (EU). ed a cross-country panel data set on the measures  ...  The results indicate that the Kuznets-type relationship does not hold between wage inequality and the level of development.  ... 
doi:10.2298/pan130515024y fatcat:ryz3fadrb5gztcqpoz62pircsm

Forces of inequality? The impact of technology and globalisation

Leopoldo Nascia, Mario Pianta
2009 Intereconomics. Review of European Economic Policy  
between profi ts and wages; b) the polarisation of employment by professional skills; c) wage polarisation.  ...  I n searching for the causes of the general increase of inequality in Europe over the past two decades, technological change and increasing international integration are major forces that need to be investigated  ...  The econometric models developed and tested by Nascia and Pianta show the contrasting effects of different technological strategies; product innovation and high education lead to more jobs for high skill  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10272-009-0312-0 fatcat:natrhfq2aneaxaf7xpkzhwwz24

Wage Distribution Disparities in the Labor Market

Nasfi Fkili Wahiba
2014 International Journal of Academic Research in Economics and Management Sciences  
We propose to focus on inequality in the labor market; we study the differences between workers by calculating inequality and conducting an econometric study to detect the size of the effect of opening  ...  to the global economy on inequality.  ...  continuing spread of technologies.  The export of new technologies positively affects the inequality wage distribution, indeed, with the increased competition in the market; firms adopt strategies intensive  ... 
doi:10.6007/ijarems/v3-i1/599 fatcat:x3jsqw7fznbmjnf3735x7xw2oe

The income–inequality nexus in a developed country: small-scale regional evidence from Austria

Mathias Moser, Matthias Schnetzer
2015 Regional studies  
This paper analyses the relationship between regional inequality and average income in a small-scale framework for Austria.  ...  The results show a pronounced positive relation between regional income levels and inequality, where especially high-income municipalities exhibit a large spread in the income distribution.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS The authors thank Statistics Austria for data access, and they are deeply indebted to Manuela Lenk for her continuous support.  ... 
doi:10.1080/00343404.2015.1103848 fatcat:wpwr34qbwvdi3o3rvsndzc6ufq

Wage inequality in developing countries: South–South trade matters

Julien Gourdon
2011 International Review of Economics  
The relationship between trade liberalization and inequality has received considerable attention in recent years.  ...  The second purpose is to elucidate the link between the direction of trade and technological change.  ...  Introduction The relationship between trade liberalization and inequality has received considerable attention in recent years.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s12232-011-0134-9 fatcat:bwwtu5tmafds7edv7m6gipyqde

Trade and inequality in a directed search model with firm and worker heterogeneity

Moritz Ritter
2015 Canadian Journal of Economics  
Introduction Over the past three decades, both international trade and income inequality have increased, in developed and developing economies alike.  ...  Yeaple (2005) . 3 In this paper, I develop a directed search model of the labor market which features both within and across industry reallocation of workers to explore the relationship between international  ... 
doi:10.1111/caje.12184 fatcat:ca3dgaznsfdp7ca6q4w77wxt2a

The effect of innovation and technological specialization on income inequality

Muhammad Yorga Permana, M.Sc., Lecturer, School of Business and Management, Institut Teknologi Bandung, Donald Crestofel Lantu, Yulianto Suharto, Ph.D., Associate Professor, School of Business and Management, Institut Teknologi Bandung, MBA. & M.Sc., Lecturer, School of Business and Management, Institut Teknologi Bandung
2018 Problems and Perspectives in Management  
Using a panel of 28 European Union countries for the period 2003–2014, the authors provide empirical evidence for the relationship between innovation, technological specialization, and income inequality  ...  Secondly, the authors also found the positive correlation between technological specialization, as measured by the Coefficient of Variances (CV) of Revealed Technological Advantage Index, and income inequality  ...  The novelty of the study particularly is on the relationship between technological specialization and income inequality.  ... 
doi:10.21511/ppm.16(4).2018.05 fatcat:nmxtjo2gf5gcrkupeavvctx7zi

Did FDI increase wage inequality in transition economies?

Merita Zulfiu Alili, Nick Adnett
2018 International Journal of Social Economics  
Considering the long run, there is no clear evidence of a concave relationship between FDI and wage inequality, which may be a consequence of the relatively low high levels of FDI in manyost transition  ...  Design/methodology/approach-A cross-country empirical investigation has been conducted using two alternative measures of wage inequality: the Gini coefficient and the Theil index.  ...  Figini and Görg (2011) also analyse the relationship between FDI inflows and wage inequality.  ... 
doi:10.1108/ijse-09-2017-0373 fatcat:5gb43x7ci5ffvfveqqijritede

Do Interactions between Finance and Labour Market Institutions Affect the Income Distribution?

Thibault Darcillon
2015 Labour  
This article analyzes the linkages between financial liberalization, labor market institutions and wage inequality for 17 OECD countries over the 1989 to 2005 period.  ...  of financial liberalization on the increase in wage inequality.  ...  As explained above, the relationship between unionization and wage inequality is unclear.  ... 
doi:10.1111/labr.12070 fatcat:ysobnyzvhjghfbwopuxatxarlu

Exploring the Moderation and Mediation Effects in Addressing the Main Determinants of Income Inequalities in Supporting Quality of Life: Insights from CEE Countries

Adriana AnaMaria Davidescu, Tamara Maria Nae, Margareta-Stela Florescu
2022 International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health  
The empirical findings highlighted the importance of the minimum wage, high-tech exports, the degree of economic openness, the quality of institutions, and education spending in reducing income inequality  ...  On the other hand, the proportion of the population with a higher education level and the interaction between official and unofficial economies led to income inequality.  ...  Hence, the relationship between the minimum wage and income inequality depends on the level of urbanization.  ... 
doi:10.3390/ijerph19148555 pmid:35886412 pmcid:PMC9323379 fatcat:vkla46h7ffamflzfkgkuxv5ooi

The Effect of Artificial Intelligence on Human Labor: An Ability-Based Approach

Edward Felten, Manav Raj, Robert Channing Seamans
2019 Academy of Management Proceedings  
Low-income occupations have a significant negative relationship between AI impact and wage growth, while middle and high-income occupations seem to have a positive relationship between AI impact and wage  ...  Again, the average relationship between the impact of AI and wage growth is comparatively muted.  ... 
doi:10.5465/ambpp.2019.140 fatcat:75tsc42ylvgnllu3cmejyyat2e
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