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Wage differentials and the responsiveness of labor supply: an international comparison

Research output: Working paper


Publication date2000
Place of publicationLancaster University
PublisherThe Department of Economics
<mark>Original language</mark>English

Publication series

NameEconomics Working Paper Series


Data for Germany, Britain and the United States are used to investigate the hypothesis that women, especially married women, are less responsive than men to expected occupational wage differentials.