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40 YEARS OF EVIDENCE
U A Supply and Demand Approach
UNION WAGE PREMIUM AND INEQUALITY IN CHILE THE lMPACT
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aggregate analysis Appendix V1 average Banco Central blue-collar workers Central de Chile city of Santiago Coeymans collective bargaining Collective Contract demographic cells economic sectors educated workers employment share equation estimate exhibit exports factor female workers Gini coefficient Graph Hicks-neutral higher human capital impact implies important increase indicate inequality in Chile labor demand labor inputs labor market regulations less skilled labor log wages lower Manufacturing Meller minimum wage nontradables observed occupational position percent period physical capital R-squared rate of return reduced reforms relative demand relative price relative supply relative wages return to schooling returns to scale sample schooling categories shifts significant significantly skill premium stylized facts Table technological change tradable trade opening trend union premium unionization rates unionized sectors Universidad de Chile variance decomposition Variance of Log wage dispersion wage distribution wage earners wage gap wage inequality Wage Ratio Wage Variance white-collar white-collar workers women Workers of Santiago