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Table 3 Determinants of the public sector pay gap: different wage-setting institutions

From: Understanding the public sector pay gap

  (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6)
Dep. variable: NACE proxy to government sector wage gap (2004–2012)
Employment protection 0.0415 0.0914  
Legislation (0.0420) (0.0496)  
Trade union density −0.0017   −0.0031  
  (0.0015)   (0.0007)  
Bargaining −0.0172     −0.0414  
  (0.0506)   (0.0484)  
Centralization 0.0620      0.1086
  (0.0530)      (0.0477)
Public-private     0.0008   
Trade union density     (0.0031)   
Constant 0.0136 −0.1688 0.1703 0.0435 0.1252 0.0677
  (0.1098) (0.1426) (0.0326) (0.0973) (0.0239) (0.0242)
Observations 20 23 22 11 23 23
Adjusted R-squared 0.14 0.07 0.32 −0.10 −0.01 0.18
  1. Notes: This table shows the regression of the public sector pay gap on cross-country differences in labor market institutions. Robust standard errors are in parenthesis
  2. Significance levels: 10%; 5%; 1%