APPLYING MULTIPLE REGRESSION TO DISTINGUISH THE NATURE AND INTENSITY OF LABOR MARKET, POPULATION AND HOUSEHOLD EFFECTS ON GPG ACROSS WORLD ECONOMIES
The aim of the article is to verify and expand knowledge about the existence and nature of the influence of the labor market, the population and the family on the differences in the remuneration of women and men. For age across world economies, negative values outweighed positive values for the NAIRU of women (40 to 44 years) with upper secondary and post-secondary non-tertiary education. For the ownership of economic activity, positive values prevailed over negative ones for the NAIRU indicator of women (30 to 34 years old) with upper secondary and post-secondary non-tertiary education. For the type of employment agreements, the average positive values outweighed the negative ones for the indicator tax rate for people with low income. Our econometric analysis also found a statistically insignificant effect that foreign and domestic research does not mention.
Keywords: the pay gap between men and women, minimum wage, labour cost index by NACE, inactive population, NEET, NAIRU