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Gender identity and relative income within household: Evidence from China

  title={Gender identity and relative income within household: Evidence from China},
  author={Han Dongcheng and Kong Fanbo and Wang Zixun},
How does conforming to traditional gender roles affect women’s labour outcomes? To investigate this question, we use the discontinuity test and fixed effect regression with the time lag to measure how married women in China diminish their labour outcomes and maintain the breadwinning status of their husbands. In the first part of the research, the discontinuity test exhibits the missing mass of married women who just earn more than husbands, and we take it as evidence that these women are… 


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