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October 1984, Vol. 107, No. 10
the case of Japan
In Japan, as in the United States, employees' investment in human capital cannot fully explain the tendency of larger firms to pay higher wages; idiosyncrasies of the labor market, such as the extensive payment of bonuses and practices related to lifetime employment, may account for much of the remaining gap.
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