Browsing Student Research Day by Subject "Labor economics"
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(2011-05)A fundamental question in labor economics is the degree to which full time workers get paid more than part time workers after adjusting for other major factors. This study will compare wages between white men and white ...
(2013-05)The purpose of this study was to analyze the differences in real hourly wage rates among men and women in the United States. Attention was focused on birth-year, education levels and age.
(2014-04)The purpose of this study was to take a detailed look at the determinants of wages in the U.S. and how they have changed over the last 40 years, especially focusing on the factors of education level, gender, and race.
(2018-05)One of the most well-trafficked areas in labor economics is the identification and measurement of the determinants of wages. Economists and non-economists alike are both interested in why some jobs pay higher wages than ...