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Una Extensión de la Descomposición de Blinder-Oaxaca a un Continuo de grupos en Comparación (An Extension of the Blinder-Oaxaca Decomposition to a Continuum of Comparison Groups)

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Este artículo propone una extensión de la descomposiciónBlinder-Oaxaca de dos a un continuo de grupos en comparación. La descomposición propuesta es luego estimada para el caso de las diferencias raciales en los salarios en el Perú urbano, explotando una base de datos novedosa que permite capturar mestizajes.

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  • Hugo Ñopo, 2007. "Una Extensión de la Descomposición de Blinder-Oaxaca a un Continuo de grupos en Comparación (An Extension of the Blinder-Oaxaca Decomposition to a Continuum of Comparison Groups)," Research Department Publications 4533, Inter-American Development Bank, Research Department.
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