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|Title:||A man's blessing or a woman's curse? The family earnings gap of doctors|
|Citation:||Industrial Relations: a journal of economy and society, 2016; 55(3):385-414|
|Stefanie Schurer, Daniel Kuehnle, Anthony Scott and Terence C. Cheng|
|Abstract:||We examine the size and determinants of the family earnings gap for Australian general practitioners (GPs). Female GPs with children earn more than $30,000 less than comparable female GPs without children, while male GPs with children earn more than $45,000 more than comparable male GPs without children. The main determinants of the family gap are differences in observable characteristics such as working hours, labor-force attachment, and demographics, and additionally, for men, entrepreneurship and practice size. A fixed-effects extension of the analysis confirms both the carer effect of children on female GPs and the breadwinner effect of children on male GPs.|
|Description:||First published: 1 June 2016|
|Rights:||© 2016 Regents of the University of California Published by Wiley Periodicals, Inc.|
|Appears in Collections:||Aurora harvest 7|
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