Econometric Estimation of the Wage Penalty for the Motherhood
In the paper we estimate the size of wage penalty for the motherhood by using the data of three rounds of the Russian Longitudinal Monitoring Survey. We have found the wage differentials between mothers and non-mothers are on the average about 8.1%. The differentials in socio-demographic, occupational and skill patterns of working women with and without children are considered.
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