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Government Employment and Pay [electronic resource] : Some International Comparisons, Tait, Alan A..

Author/Creator:
Tait, Alan A.
Publication:
Washington, D.C. : International Monetary Fund, 1983.
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Government document
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1 online resource (76 p.)
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IMF eLibrary
Occasional Papers; Occasional Paper No. 24.
Occasional Papers; Occasional Paper No. 24
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Local subjects:
Administrative costs. (search)
Agricultural wage. (search)
Benefits. (search)
Central government employees. (search)
Central government employment. (search)
Civil servants. (search)
Civil service. (search)
Civil service employment. (search)
Compensation. (search)
Compensation of employees. (search)
Conditions of employment. (search)
Employment. (search)
Employment conditions. (search)
Employment data. (search)
Employment declines. (search)
Employment growth. (search)
Employment increases. (search)
Employment level. (search)
Employment levels. (search)
Employment measure. (search)
Employment measures. (search)
Employment share. (search)
Employment shares. (search)
Employment statistics. (search)
Employment terms. (search)
Employment trends. (search)
Fringe benefits. (search)
Government employees. (search)
Government employment. (search)
Government personnel. (search)
Government service. (search)
Government wage. (search)
Government wages. (search)
Government work force. (search)
Hiring practices. (search)
Labor force survey. (search)
Local government employment. (search)
Minimum wage. (search)
Number of employees. (search)
Payroll. (search)
Payrolls. (search)
Private sector employment. (search)
Public administration. (search)
Public employment. (search)
Public sector employment. (search)
Public sector wage. (search)
Public sector wages. (search)
Salaries. (search)
Salary. (search)
Salary range. (search)
Salary ranges. (search)
Sectoral employment. (search)
Service employment. (search)
Share of employment. (search)
Structure of employment. (search)
Terms of employment. (search)
Total employment. (search)
Total labor force. (search)
Unemployment. (search)
Urban employment. (search)
Wage. (search)
Wage bargaining. (search)
Wage costs. (search)
Wage determination. (search)
Wage earners. (search)
Wage employment. (search)
Wage incentive. (search)
Wage increases. (search)
Wage level. (search)
Wage levels. (search)
Wage policies. (search)
Wage policy. (search)
Wage rate. (search)
Wage rates. (search)
Wage scales. (search)
Wage settlements. (search)
Wage structure. (search)
Wage structures. (search)
Wages. (search)
Worker. (search)
Bahrain. (search)
Cameroon. (search)
Canada. (search)
Denmark. (search)
El Salvador. (search)
Grenada. (search)
Kenya. (search)
Korea, Republic of. (search)
Netherlands. (search)
New Zealand. (search)
Sri Lanka. (search)
Sweden. (search)
United Kingdom. (search)
United States. (search)
Summary:
How many people are employed by the government? How many are employed by the central government compared with the state and local authorities? How many are employed in public enterprise? How much are they all paid? How much are they paid relative to each other, or relative to the private sector? Such questions interest people in general and economists and policymakers in particular; yet it is remarkable how little information is readily accessible on thes topics.
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Description based on print version record.
Contributor:
Heller, Peter S.
Tait, Alan A.
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Print Version:
ISBN:
1557750688:
9781557750686
ISSN:
0251-6365
Publisher Number:
10.5089/9781557750686.084
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Restricted for use by site license.