Gender earnings gap: the role of firm specific effects
The gender earnings differential is an intensely studied issue in labour economics. However, existing studies do not examine how the wage policies of firms affect gender earnings differentials. This paper uses employer-employee linked data to address this issue. The Juhn et al. [Juhn, C., Murphy K., Pierce, B., 1991. Accounting for the slowdown in black-white wage convergence, in M.H. Kosters, ed. Workers and Their Wages, AEI Press, 107-143] decomposition methodology is extended to incorporate...[Show more]
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