The Structure of Wages in Latin American Manufacturing Industries

By Jorge Salazar-Carrillo; Juan J. Buttari et al. | Go to book overview

List of figures and tables

Figures
2-1. Equal wage differentials by education11
2-2. Varying wage differentials by education12

Tables
1-1. Principal types of wage differentials2
3-1. Industries covered in the wage studies20
3-2. Ratio of value added in sample industries over value added in
manufacturing
21
3-3. Ratio of employment in sample industries over employment in
manufacturing
22
3-4. Annual percentage rate of growth in value added for sample
industries and for total manufacturing, 1960-66
24
3-5. Annual percentage rate of growth in employment for sampled
industries and for total manufacturing, 1960-66
24
3-6. Number of firms in the wage survey by industry and country26
3-7. Percentage of total industry employment in firms surveyed, by
country, 1966
27
3-8. Levels of educational requirements for a particular industry in a
specific country by position and firm
32
4-1. Money wages per hour for each LAFTA country and relative to
LAFTA average, by type of industry, November 1966
45
4-2. Ranking of hourly money wages in the three industries by coun-
try and for LAFTA as a whole, November 1966
46
4-3. Real wages per hour for each LAFTA country and relative to
LAFTA average, by type of industry, November 1966
47
4-4. Estimated real wages per hour in the textile industry for each
LAFTA country, November 1966
50
4-5. Index of real wages in the textile industry for LAFTA countries,
November 1966
53
4-6. Estimated real wages per hour in the pharmaceutical industry for
each LAFTA country, November 1966
54

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