Premia p?acowa z inwestycji rodzic w kszta?cenie dzieci

Jacek Liwi?ski, Emilia Bedyk

Abstract


Celem artyku?u jest stwierdzenie, czy na p?ace absolwent w Polsce maj? wp?yw wcze?niejsze inwestycje rodzic w ich kszta?cenie. Aby odpowiedzie? na to pytanie, oszacowano rozszerzone rnanie p?ac Mincera przy u?yciu MNK w oparciu o dane z ognopolskiego badania los zawodowych absolwent polskich szk i uczelni przeprowadzonego w 2007 roku. Wyniki analizy wskazuj?, ?e inwestycje rodzic w kszta?cenie dzieci maj? silny, pozytywny wp?yw na wysoko?? pierwszych zarobk po zako?czeniu edukacji formalnej. Zale?no?? t? stwierdzono zarno, gdy miar? inwestycji jest poziom wykszta?cenia rodzic, jak te? udzia? dziecka w zaj?ciach dodatkowych. Ponadto, uwzgl?dnienie w rnaniu p?ac ka?dej z powy?szych miar inwestycji rodzic skutkuje spadkiem premii p?acowej z wykszta?cenia formalnego. W szczegno?ci, po w??czeniu do modelu obu miar inwestycji premia p?acowa z wykszta?cenia wy?szego maleje o oko?o jedn? czwart?, za? wykszta?cenie ?rednie zawodowe i ognokszta?c?ce przestaj? mie? pozytywny wp?yw na p?ace absolwent (w relacji do ZSZ).

S?owa kluczowe: inwestycje w kapita? ludzki, edukacja formalna, zaj?cia dodatkowe, premia p?acowa, rnanie p?ac

Kody JEL: I26, J24


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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.17451/eko/47/2016/213

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