2013 巻 (2013) 26 号 p. 111-122
Although studies of social stratification have analyzed the scale of wage gaps by gender/age/education, discussions relating to the situation where those wage gaps arise are limited. On the other hand, labor studies have precisely analyzed personnel management within organizations, however it is doubtful whether all the wage gaps found through studies of social stratification can be explained in this way. In this paper, we use employer-employee matching data to discover in what situation wage gaps based on personal variables arise. As a result, it is clear that wage gaps between male and female regular employees arise within organizations, on the other hand, wage gaps by education mainly arise between organizations.