Salary Disparities Between Male and Female Head Coaches: An Investigation of the NCAA Power Five Conferences

  title={Salary Disparities Between Male and Female Head Coaches: An Investigation of the NCAA Power Five Conferences},
  author={Alex Traugutt and Nicole Sellars and Alan L. Morse},
  journal={Labor: Personnel Economics eJournal},
Coaching salaries within intercollegiate athletics have increased tremendously over the past decade. This has led to continued and increased criticisms of current gender constructs within the NCAA and specifically the way in which coaches are compensated. The primary purpose of this study was to determine whether gender was a significant predictor of compensation for basketball coaches of men's and women's programs at the Division I level, while also assessing a variety of revenue and… 
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