Salarios, compensaciones y costos laborales

Salarios, compensaciones y costos laborales

This article analyzes the importance of firm characteristics to explain earnings in urban Bolivia. Initially I propose a new simple theoretical model of segmented labor market where, in equilibrium, individual and firm variables jointly determine earnings at the worker level. The key for achieving this equilibrium is that workers have…
This paper studies the changes in inequality and poverty in the period 1999-2005 in Bolivia through the analysis of the changes in the labour market. A decomposition method based on micro-simulation techniques was applied.

Assessing Sustainable Forest Management Under REDD+: A Community-based Labour Perspective

Por:  Bottazi, Patrick; Cattaneo, Andrea; Rocha, David; Rist, Stephan
Reducing emissions from deforestation and forest degradation plus (REDD+) encourages economic support for reducing deforestation and conserving or increasing existing forest carbon stocks. The way in which incentives are structured affects trade-offs between local livelihoods, carbon emission reduction, and the cost-effectiveness of a REDD+programme. Looking at first-hand empirical data from…

Between Conquest and Independence: Real Wages and Demographic Change in Spanish America, 1530-1820

Por:  Arroyo Abad, Leticia; Davies, Elwyn A. R.; Luiten van Zanden, Jan
On the basis of a newly constructed dataset, this paper presents long-term series of the price levels, nominal wages, and real wages in Spanish Latin America – more specifically in Mexico, Peru, Bolivia, Colombia, Chile, and Argentina – between ca. 1530 and ca. 1820.

Bolivia: Poverty Assessment: Establishing the Basis for More Pro-Poor Growth

Por:  World Bank; Unidad de Análisis de Políticas Sociales y Económicas; Instituto Nacional de Estadística
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