Returns to Education in Professional Football

@article{Bheim2012ReturnsTE,
  title={Returns to Education in Professional Football},
  author={R. B{\"o}heim and Mario Lackner},
  journal={Labor: Personnel Economics eJournal},
  year={2012}
}
After three years in the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA), collegiate football players face a trade-off between spending more time in the NCAA and pursuing a career in the National Football League (NFL) by declaring for the draft. We analyze the starting salaries and signing bonuses for 1,673 rookies in the NFL, who entered the league between 2001 and 2009 through the NFL draft. We instrument the endogenous decision to enter the professional market with a player's month of birth… Expand
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