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Wage Growth and Job Mobility in the Early Career: Testing a Statistical Discrimination Model of the Gender Wage Gap

Philippe Belley, Nathalie Havet () and Guy Lacroix ()
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Philippe Belley: Department of Economics, Kansas State University - Kansas State University

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Keywords: job transitions; Gender wage gap; experience; returns to mobility; tenure (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2015
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Published in Research in Labor Economics (ISSN 0147-9121), 2015, 42, pp. 231-260

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