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Gender wage gap: a semi-parametric approach with sample selection correction

(2011) LABOUR ECONOMICS. 18(5). p.564-578
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QUANTILE REGRESSION, UNITED-STATES, LINEAR-MODELS, PANEL-DATA, PAY GAP, DISTRIBUTIONS, ASSUMPTIONS, EMPLOYMENT, ATTRITION, Gender wage gap, Hazard function, Sample selection, Wage distribution

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Picchio, Matteo, and Chiara Mussida. “Gender Wage Gap: a Semi-parametric Approach with Sample Selection Correction.” LABOUR ECONOMICS 18.5 (2011): 564–578. Print.
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Picchio, M., & Mussida, C. (2011). Gender wage gap: a semi-parametric approach with sample selection correction. LABOUR ECONOMICS, 18(5), 564–578.
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Picchio, Matteo, and Chiara Mussida. 2011. “Gender Wage Gap: a Semi-parametric Approach with Sample Selection Correction.” Labour Economics 18 (5): 564–578.
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Picchio, Matteo, and Chiara Mussida. 2011. “Gender Wage Gap: a Semi-parametric Approach with Sample Selection Correction.” Labour Economics 18 (5): 564–578.
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Picchio M, Mussida C. Gender wage gap: a semi-parametric approach with sample selection correction. LABOUR ECONOMICS. 2011;18(5):564–78.
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M. Picchio and C. Mussida, “Gender wage gap: a semi-parametric approach with sample selection correction,” LABOUR ECONOMICS, vol. 18, no. 5, pp. 564–578, 2011.
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  author       = {Picchio, Matteo and Mussida, Chiara},
  issn         = {0927-5371},
  journal      = {LABOUR ECONOMICS},
  keywords     = {QUANTILE REGRESSION,UNITED-STATES,LINEAR-MODELS,PANEL-DATA,PAY GAP,DISTRIBUTIONS,ASSUMPTIONS,EMPLOYMENT,ATTRITION,Gender wage gap,Hazard function,Sample selection,Wage distribution},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {5},
  pages        = {564--578},
  title        = {Gender wage gap: a semi-parametric approach with sample selection correction},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.labeco.2011.05.003},
  volume       = {18},
  year         = {2011},
}

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