Memphis, TN 38152
University of Memphis - Economics
in Total Papers Citations
fairness of income inequality, fundamental determinants of development, international inequality, political institutions
Beauty premium, Discrimination, College teaching, Gender gap
gender, pay differentials, human capital, noncognitive skills, non-monetary benefits, professional labor markets
HIV, abortion, fertility
multiple proxies for school quality; returns to education; MBA; pecuniary and non-pecuniary outcomes
Confidence; Noncognitive Skills; Gender Differences; Human Capital Investments; Master of Business Administration (MBA)
income inequality, Gini coefficient, unfair inequality
rate of return, school quality, matching, MBA, admission outcomes, higher education
mismatch, private information, affirmative action, MBA programs
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