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Gender Convergence in the Labor Market, vol 41

Edited by Solomon Polachek, Konstantinos Tatsiramos () and Klaus Zimmermann ()

in Research in Labor Economics from Emerald Publishing Ltd, currently edited by Professor Solomon Polachek and Dr Konstantinos Tatsiramos

Date: 2015
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Convergences in Men’s and Women’s Life Patterns: Lifetime Work, Lifetime Earnings, and Human Capital Investment: The authors would like to thank the participants of the IZA Workshop on Gender Convergence in April 2014 and the seminar participants at Middlebury College, Wesleyan University and the IAFFE Annual Conference for helpful comments. The authors also would like to thank the editors Sol Polachek and Kostas Tatsiramos and two anonymous referees for their helpful suggestions on this paper , pp 1-33 Downloads
Joyce Jacobsen, Melanie Khamis and Mutlu Yuksel
A Biological Basis for the Gender Wage Gap: Fecundity and Age and Educational Hypogamy: Part of this paper was written while Solomon W. Polachek was a visiting scholar at the NBER in Cambridge, MA. We thank Vikesh Amin, Talia Bar, Erling Barth, Fran Blau, Richard Burkhauser, Henry Farber, Dan Feenberg, Richard Freeman, Claudia Goldin, David Hacker, Larry Kahn, Subal Kumbhakar, Shelly Lundberg, Haim Ofek, Thomas Rawski, Susan Wolcott, Dennis Yang, Xi Yang, seminar participants at Cornell University, IZA, Kasetsart University (Thailand), Rutgers University, SUNY-Albany, and SUNY-Buffalo, as well as Kostas Tatsiramos and two anonymous referees for valuable comments and suggestions , pp 35-88 Downloads
Solomon Polachek, Xu Zhang and Xing Zhou
Parental Leave and the Glass Ceiling in Sweden: This research was supported by a grant from IFAU, Uppsala. A presentation based on this material was given as the Presidential Address by the first author at the European Society of Population Economics in Braga, Portugal, in June 2014 , pp 89-114 Downloads
James Albrecht, Peter Skogman Thoursie and Susan Vroman
The Family Gap in Career Progression: The author gratefully acknowledges the comments by the editors, two anonymous referees, Amalia R. Miller, Øivind A. Nilsen, Kai Liu, Vanessa Dräger, colleagues at IZA and participants at the IZA Workshop on Gender Convergence in Bonn in April 2014. Kunze is grateful to the Research Council of Norway and the E.ON Ruhrgas Fund for financial support. All remaining errors are the author’s own responsibility , pp 115-142 Downloads
Astrid Kunze
Common Law Marriage, Labor Supply, and Time Use: A Partial Explanation for Gender Convergence in Labor Supply: We thank the editors, two anonymous referees, and participants at an IZA workshop on gender convergence for helpful suggestions , pp 143-175 Downloads
Shoshana Grossbard and Victoria Vernon
Skill Disparities and Unequal Family Outcomes: An earlier version of this paper was presented at the 2014 AEA Meetings in Philadelphia. I would like to thank Richard Startz, Gabriella Conti, and participants in the IZA Workshop on Gender Convergence and seminars at the University of Mannheim and University of Zurich for valuable comments on this project. I also appreciate the excellent assistance and comments I’ve received from Jenna Stearns. Financial support from the Institute for Social, Behavioral, and Economic Research at UCSB is gratefully acknowledged , pp 177-212 Downloads
Shelly Lundberg
Who Cares – and Does it Matter? Measuring Wage Penalties for Caring Work: Helpful comments were received from Paula England, Meghan Skira, Aaron Sojourner, the editors, referees, and participants at the IZA Workshop and a Georgia State University seminar. Julia Manzella appreciates funding received from the Dan E. Sweat Dissertation Fellowship designed to support research addressing urban, community, or education policy issues , pp 213-275 Downloads
Barry Hirsch and Julia Manzella
Gender Complementarities in the Labor Market: We would like to thank Kostas Tatsiramos, Solomon Polachek and two anonymous referees for their constructive comments. We are also indebted to Massimo Anelli, Magda Bianco, Benjamin Elsner, Francesca Lotti, Anna Laura Mancini, Elisabetta Olivieri, Daniele Paserman, Emiliano Rustichelli, Ugo Troiano, Roberta Zizza, and seminar participants at the Bank of Italy, Bocconi University, the XXVIII Annual Congress of the European Economic Association and the IZA Workshop on Gender Convergence. Davide Crapis provided able research assistance. Part of this project was completed while Giacomo De Giorgi and Marco Paccagnella were visiting UC Berkeley, which they wish to thank for the hospitality. Giacomo De Giorgi is also Research Professor (on leave) at ICREA/MOVE, Barcelona GSE and UAB. The views expressed in this paper are solely those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect those of the OECD or the Bank of Italy , pp 277-298 Downloads
Giacomo De Giorgi, Marco Paccagnella and Michele Pellizzari
The Right Tail and the Right Tale: The Gender Wage Gap in Mexico: We thank Solomon Polachek, Konstantinos Tatsiramos and two anonymous referees as well as participants from the IZA Workshop on Gender Convergence in Bonn in April 2014 for helpful comments and suggestions. All errors are our own , pp 299-341 Downloads
Sonia Bhalotra, Manuel Fernandez Sierra and Atheendar S. Venkataramani
The Effect of Female Leadership on Establishment and Employee Outcomes: Evidence from Linked Employer-Employee Data: We would like to thank two anonymous referees, seminar participants at the AFA 2014 Meeting, the IZA Workshop on Gender Convergence 2014 and Mills-Bocconi, for their insightful comments , pp 343-375 Downloads
Stefano Gagliarducci and M. Daniele Paserman

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