Application to Germany

  • John P. Haisken DeNew
Part of the Population Economics book series (POPULATION)


In this chapter, selected economic models of migration and inter-industry wage differentials, discussed in Chapters 2 & 3, will be empirically put to the test, using a palet of estimation techniques, two large German micro data sets, and additional merged macro data. Background discussion of micro and macro data sets and the data-base technical details will be provided. An empirical analysis of inter-industry wage effects, migration wage impacts on natives, and finally the interaction of migration wage impacts on the interindustry wage differentials is the focus here.


Wage Differential White Collar White Collar Worker Wage Effect Random Effect Panel 
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© Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 1996

Authors and Affiliations

  • John P. Haisken DeNew
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  1. 1.German Institute for Economic Research (DIW)SOEP GroupBerlinDeutschland

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