For love or money: why married men make more
Abbigail J. Chiodo and
Michael Owyang ()
The Regional Economist, 2002, issue Apr, 10-11
Whether it's because of employer bias or their own hard work, men who've married are paid more than those who've never said "I do."
Keywords: Income distribution; Wages (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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