Gender and Racial Earnings Differentials in Academic Labor Markets
James Monks and
Michael Robinson ()
Economic Inquiry, 2000, vol. 38, issue 4, 662-71
This study estimates earnings differentials across racial and gender groups among college faculty, and decomposes these differentials into the components attributable to differences in individual and institutional characteristics and that which remains unexplained. We find that white females earn approximately 4 percent less than white males; black males earn 7.4 percent more; black females earn one percent more; Hispanic males earn 2.7 percent more; Hispanic females earn 1.7 percent less; and Asian males earn 7.7 percent more than comparable white males. We also find a significant earnings penalty for being a naturalized citizen or noncitizen versus an U.S.-born citizen. Copyright 2000 by Oxford University Press.
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