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2013 | 160 | 223-232
Article title

Analiza poziomu i dynamiki płac na przykładzie Polski i Niemiec

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EN
An Analysis of the Level and Dynamics of Wages on the Example of Poland and Germany
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Abstracts
EN
The purpose of this article is to compare the factors affecting the level and growth of wages in Poland and Germany. The study is covering the period of 1997-2010 years. Based on macroeconomic data originating from statistical offices, may have been built econometric models of cause and effect. Main hypothesis states that the factors affecting the level and growth of wages in Poland and Germany are similar. In order to verify the hypothesis, in econometric models as exogenous variables an average price level, an average work output, an unemployment rate and seasonal elements were accepted. The dependent variable is the average level of nominal wages in Poland and Germany. As a result of models satisfactory results, partly proving the constructed hypothesis were received.
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Volume
160
Pages
223-232
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Publication order reference
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ISSN
2083-8611
YADDA identifier
bwmeta1.element.desklight-7e1fbd5e-2207-41ca-85c2-ac969b0dae1b
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