The German part-time wage gap : bad news for men

@inproceedings{Wolf2013TheGP,
  title={The German part-time wage gap : bad news for men},
  author={Elke Wolf},
  year={2013}
}
Despite the increasing occurrence of part-time employment in Germany, the effects on wage rates are rarely studied. I therefore use GSOEP panel data from 1984 to 2010 and apply different econometric approaches and definitions of part-time work to measure the so-called part-time wage gap of both, men and women. A very robust finding is that part-time working men are subject to higher wage cuts than women. The specification accommodating all available information and the biasing effect of… CONTINUE READING

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