The Influence of Socioeconomic Background on the Earnings of Young Men
AbstractUsing the Panel Study of Income Dynamics, we test the proposition that interaction between education and socioeconomic status (SES) has a negative impact on earnings. Contrary to findings by Papanicolaou and Psacharopoulos for the United Kingdom, no ...
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