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Efficiency Wages and Effort: Are Hard Jobs Better?

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Efficiency wage theory predicts that the wage per unit of effort will be lower in intensively monitored sectors. This wage differential will increase in effort. Using employer-employee matched data from Ghana we provide evidence supporting this hypothesis.

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Eric Strobl, Frank A. Walsh

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eng

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text/html

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http://hdl.handle.net/10419/20832

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