Final Report Family Background and Labor Market Outcomes

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  • Author : Joseph G. Altonji
  • Publisher : Unknown
  • Pages : 181 pages
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Relationships Among the Family Incomes and Labor Market Outcomes of Relatives

Relationships Among the Family Incomes and Labor Market Outcomes of Relatives
  • Author : Joseph G. Altonji,Thomas A. Dunn
  • Publisher : Unknown
  • Release : 20 April 1991
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This paper examines the links between the labor market outcomes of individuals who are related by blood or by marriage using panel data on pairs of matched family members from the National Longitudinal Survey of Labor Market Experience. We examine the intergenerational and sibling correlations among a broad set of labor market variables using time average, method of moments and regression techniques designed to reduce the biases introduced by transitory and measurement errors. We also show that family data can

Race Ethnicity and Inequality in the U S Labor Market

Race  Ethnicity  and Inequality in the U S  Labor Market
  • Author : George Wilson
  • Publisher : SAGE Publications, Incorporated
  • Release : 26 March 2007
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What patterns of racial and ethnic stratification are emerging in the American labor market as representation of racial and ethnic minorities continues to increase in the new millennium? The articles in this special volume of The Annals demonstrate that in the 21st century the labor market is neither race-neutral nor color blind. Race and ethnicity continue as salient factors in determining life-chance opportunities in the American labor market. The volume focuses on the range of issues sociologists are addressing as