Do Highly Paid, Highly Skilled Women Experience the Largest Motherhood Penalty?

Motherhood reduces women's wages. But does the size of this penalty differ between more and less advantaged women? To answer this, we use unconditional quantile regression models with person-fixed effects, and panel data from the 1979 to 2010 National Longitudinal Survey of Youth (NLSY79). We f...

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Volume: 81
Main Author: England, Paula
Bearak, Jonathan
Budig, Michelle J
Hodges, Melissa J
Format: Journal Article
Language: English
Zielgruppe: Academic
Place of publication: Los Angeles, CA SAGE Publications 2016
American Sociological Association
published in: American sociological review Vol. 81; no. 6; pp. 1161 - 1189
ORCID: 0000-0002-3207-1431
Data of publication: 2016
ISSN: 0003-1224
EISSN: 1939-8271
Discipline: Sociology & Social History
Online Access: Fulltext
Database: FIS Bildung Literaturdatenbank
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