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Title Global wage report 2012/13 [electronic resource] : wages and equitable growth / International Labour Office.
Publication Info. Geneva : International Labour Office, 2013.
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Description 1 online resource.
Contents Title page; Copyright page; Preface; List of tables; List of figures; List of boxes; Acknowledgements; Executive summary; Part I Major trends in wages; 1 The global economic context: Crisis, recession and employment; 1.1 Economic growth rates vary widely by region; Figure 1 Annual average economic growth, 1995-2012 (GDP in constant prices); Figure 2 Total unemployment rates in the world and in developed economies, 2005-11(as % of labour force); Figure 3 Annual average global real wage growth, 2006-11; 1.2 Global unemployment rates remain high; 2 Real average wages.
2.1 Slowing growth across a varied landscape2.2 The gender pay gap; Figure 4 The gender pay gap (GPG), 1999-2007 and 2008-11; Figure 5 The gender pay gap in Estonia, 1993-2009; 3 Regional estimates; 3.1 Overall growth masks a complex picture; Figure 6 The gender pay gap in Norway by employment status, 2008-11; Figure 7 Annual average real wage growth by region, 2006-11; 3.2 Developed economies; Table 1 Cumulative real wage growth by region since 2000 (index: 2000 = 100); Figure 8 International comparison of hourly direct pay for time worked in manufacturing,2010 (US).
Figure 9 Trends in nominal wage growth and inflation in advanced economies, 2006-11 (%)Figure 10 Growth in output and employment in developed economies, 1999-2007 and 2008-11 (%); Figure 11 Growth in real wages and labour productivity in developed economies,1999-2007 and 2008-11 (%); 3.3 Eastern Europe and Central Asia; Figure 12 Growth in output and employment in Eastern Europe and Central Asia,1999-2007 and 2008-11 (%); Figure 13 Growth in wages and labour productivity in Eastern Europe and Central Asia,1999-2007 and 2008-11 (%).
Figure 14 Index of real wages in the Russian Federation since 1990 (1990 = 100)3.4 Asia and the Pacific; Figure 15 Annual average real wage growth in Asia, 2006-11; Figure 16 Growth in output and employment in Asia, 1997-2007 and 2008-11 (%); Figure 17 Growth in output and in numbers of paid employees in Asia,1997-2007 and 2008-11 (%); Figure 18 Growth in wages and labour productivity in Asia, 1997-2007 and 2008-11 (%); 3.5 Latin America and the Caribbean; Figure 19 Growth in output and employment in Latin America and the Caribbean,1997-2007 and 2008-11 (%).
Figure 20 Economic growth and unemployment in Latin America and the Caribbean,2004-11 (%)Figure 21 Annual average real wage growth in Brazil, 2006-11; Figure 22 Growth in wages and labour productivity in selected Latin American andCaribbean countries, 2004-11 (%); 3.6 The Middle East; Figure 23 Growth in output and employment in the Middle East, 1999-2007 and 2008-11 (%); Figure 24 Growth in wages and labour productivity in the Middle East, 1999-2011 (%); 3.7 Africa; Figure 25 Growth in output and employment in Africa, 1999-2007 and 2008-11 (%).
Figure 26 Growth in output and numbers of paid employees in Africa, 1999-2007 and 2008-11 (%).
Reproduction Electronic reproduction. Perth, W.A. Available via World Wide Web.
Note Description based on online resource; title from digital title page (viewed on Apr. 23, 2013).
Subject Wages and labor productivity.
Wages.
Income distribution.
Added Author Ebooks Corporation
Added Title Wages and equitable growth
Related To Print version: Office, International Labour Global Wage Report 2012/13 : Wages and equitable growth Geneva : ILO Publications, c2013 9789221262367
ISBN 9789221262374 (electronic bk.)
9221262375 (electronic bk.)
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