Grime and punishment: job insecurity and wage arrears in the Russian Federation
Hartmut Lehmann, Jonathan Wadsworth, Alessandro Acquisti, London School of Economics and Political Science. Centre for Economic Performance
Centre for Economic Performance, London School of Economics and Political Science, 1998 - Job security - 41 pages
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Agriculture Arrears Relative average budgetary sector centre characteristics Chelyabinsk or Krasnoyarsk Chuvash Republic D.Quah determination of wage dF/dx+ Coefficient Robust Distribution/Trade education or lower employees employment contracts enterprises evidence Explanatory Variable Sample finance five regions Fixed term One-off Goskomstat Health/Education Higher Incomplete incidence of arrears incidence of wage incomplete wage individual industrial insecurity intensive margin job tenure labour market types large regional variation less Male manufacturing Mean dF/dx+ Coefficient mining Moscow City Moscow Moscow North Caucasus novo private firms Number observations occupation but clerks One-off Permanent Fixed ordered probit ownership type permanent contract Permanent Fixed term Phillips Curve privatised Probit Estimates production provincial regions Region Moscow RLMS Russian Economic Trends Russian Federation Sample Mean dF/dx+ secondary education Secondary Superior state-owned statistically significant Sticky Prices stock of arrears survey Table term One-off Permanent Tobit transition Trinity College Dublin Variable Sample Mean VCIOM wage arrears wage payments whilst workforce