Quantile regression and the gender wage gap: Is there a glass ceiling in the Turkish labor market?

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Kaya, Ezgi;
  • Publisher: Cardiff: Cardiff University, Cardiff Business School
  • Subject: C21 | J71 | quantile regression | H1 | HQ | J31 | HB | decomposition | Gender wage gap
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Recent studies from different countries suggest that the gender gap is not constant across the wage distribution and the average wage gap provides limited information on women’s relative position in the labour market. Using micro level data from official statistics, thi... View more
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