We study the relationship of wages, human capital accumulation and work organisation in Morocco using matched worker-firm data for Metallurgical-electrical and Textile-clothing firms. While wages are found to rise with all human capital characteristics, returns to education and experience are much higher for the upper wages. Participation in on-the-job training is constrained by: a relevant industrial location; a minimal educational background; and an appropriate family situation. Moreover, work organisation and on-thejob training are dependent on the education process. Finally, we find that strong interactions of human capital accumulation with involvement in chain gangs, team work and supervision.
Africa Morocco Wages On-the-job training Human capital Workplace organisation Matched worker-firm data