LABOR SUPPLY DIFFERENCES BETWEEN MARRIED HETEROSEXUAL WOMEN AND PARTNERED LESBIANS: A SEMI-PARAMETRIC DECOMPOSITION APPROACH

@inproceedings{Antecol2013LABORSD,
  title={LABOR SUPPLY DIFFERENCES BETWEEN MARRIED HETEROSEXUAL WOMEN AND PARTNERED LESBIANS: A SEMI-PARAMETRIC DECOMPOSITION APPROACH},
  author={Heather Antecol and Michael Steinberger},
  year={2013}
}
  • Heather Antecol, Michael Steinberger
  • Published 2013
  • Economics
  • Using 2000 U.S. Census data we illustrate the importance of accounting for household specialization in lesbian couples when examining labor supply differences between heterosexual married and partnered lesbian women. Specifically, we find the labor supply gap is substantially larger between married women and partnered lesbian women who specialize in market production (primary earners) than between married women and partnered lesbian women who specialize in household production (secondary… CONTINUE READING

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