An Exchange: The Theory of Human Capital and the Earnings of Women: Women's Earnings Reexamined
AbstractThis study relies on Brazilian census data from 1960-2000 to analyze long-term trends in racial and gender wage disparities in the urban labor market of São Paulo, one of Latin America's most dynamic economies. Afro-Brazilians and women have made ...
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