Intrafirm Mobility and Sex Differences in Pay

@article{Ransom2003IntrafirmMA,
  title={Intrafirm Mobility and Sex Differences in Pay},
  author={M. Ransom and R. Oaxaca},
  journal={Industrial \& Labor Relations Review},
  year={2003},
  volume={58},
  pages={219 - 237}
}
The authors analyze eleven years of employment data for a regional grocery store chain in the United States that faced a class-action lawsuit over gender discrimination. The data include all employees' job titles, wage rates, and earnings, allowing an examination of initial job assignments, mobility between departments, and mobility into supervisory and management positions. An analysis that models the flows of individuals between different departments and jobs within the firm as a Markov… Expand
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