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Analysis of Regional Wage Difference in Labor Market Discrimination

Ziming Zhou, Yiming Bu, Xiang Gao

Abstract


Based on geographical isolation, dual labor market and other factors, the development of China’s different regional economy has obvious characteristics of differentiation, which can be embodied in the phenomenon of “different salaries for the same work” and “different workers with the same salary”. In order to further analyze its influence, this paper analyzes the regional discrimination in the free labor market with the help of the multiple regression analysis model of regional wage and remuneration in economics, referring to the factors such as region, occupation, expenditure cost and labor market, and on the basis of studying the influence of labor market discrimination, wage difference and human resources on labor remuneration.

Keywords


Labor Market Discrimination; Regional; Wage Difference

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18686/mmf.v5i1.3164

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