Does Gender Affect Compensation Among NCAA Basketball Coaches?
Due to significant salary differences between male and female employees, NCAA institutions have been accused of gender compensation discrimination. However, we hypothesize that some of these compensation differences may be a result of market forces as opposed to overt discrimination. To test this hypothesis, we created a statistical model incorporating variables affecting NCAA school revenues and coaching performance, and use a linear regression to estimate the statistical impact each variable has on compensation. Our empirical findings do not find employer discrimination of NCAA basketball coaches in 2004-2005.
Volume (Year): 5 (2010)
Issue (Month): 2 (May)
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