Graduate earnings in Great Britain: a matter of degree?
AbstractIn this paper we show that whilst there appear to be substantial private earnings gains to be had from a university education, these are greater for women than they are for men. Due to substantial asymmetries in post-graduation earnings performance, choice of subject is more important for men.
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Volume (Year): 6 (1999)
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