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Inter-City Compensating Wage Differentials And Intra-City Workplace Centralization

Publication Type: Regional Modeling, Cost of Living, Housing, Industrial and Occupational Structure, Labor Force and Labor Markets, Wages and Compensation
Pages: 31
Authors: Dewey, Jim; Rojas, Gabriel M.
Division: Economic Analysis
Researchers explore the interaction of inter-city and intra-city compensating wage differentials by occupation conjecting that more central occupations receive higher wage premiums in larger cities, since workers in those occupations face a less desirable locus of housing prices and commuting times than those who have jobs in residential areas.

PDF: https://www.bebr.ufl.edu/sites/default/files/Research%20Reports/inter-city_compensating_wage.pdf

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