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