Comparing dollar wages among reforming economies and within a single such economy over time has become commonplace. Certain patterns seem to emerge regularly, making analysis of such wages useful. Still, conceptual and measurement problems suggest that those comparisons be used with care by MICHAEL WYZAN THE MONTHLY WAGE, GENERALLY expressed in dollar terms, has taken […]

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