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dc.contributor.authorKline, Patrick
dc.contributor.authorSaggio, Raffaele
dc.contributor.authorSølvsten, Mikkel
dc.description.abstractThe AKM model of wage determination was loosely motivated by wage posting models (e.g., Burdett and Mortensen, 1998) that feature a stable wage ladder. Using the AKM model, we looked at gender differences in sorting. Where workers "are at" - their current jobs - has been found to be more important than where they "are from" (previous jobs) in the gender gap in hiring wages.en_US
dc.description.sponsorshipThe conference was made possible with generous support of the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, the Office of the Dean, ILR School, Cornell University, the Pierce Memorial Fund, ILR School, Cornell University, the Class of 1950 Professor of Economics Chair, University of California at Berkeley, and the Labor Dynamics Institute, ILR School, Cornell Universityen_US
dc.publisherPresented at the Models of Linked Employer-Employee Data Conference 2019en_US
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dc.subjectwage determinationen_US
dc.subjectwage ladderen_US
dc.subjectgender wage gapen_US
dc.titleIt Ain’t Where You’re From, It’s Where You’re At..en_US
dc.title.alternativeFirm Effects, State Dependence, and the Gender Wage Gapen_US

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