Estimating wage equations for Hungarian higher-education graduates

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Peter Galasi;
(2003)
  • Publisher: Budapest: Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Institute of Economics, Labour Research Department
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The paper investigates the wage determination of Hungarian highereducation graduates with using two samples of Hungarian careerbeginners, applying IV techniques and the multiple indicator solution so as to diminish potential estimation biases due to endogeneity of indep... View more
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