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The Danish Gender Wage Gap in the 1980s: A Panel Data Study

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  • Centre for Labour Market and Social Research
  • Department of Economics
In Denmark the equal pay act was put into force in 1976, but the relative pay of female workers is still considerably below the level of male workers in most occupational and educational groups, and the decline of the aggregate gender wage gap seems to have stagnated since the late 1970s. In this study different explanations of this evidence are investigated empirically based on the estimation of a human capital model on a panel sample of Danish wage earners observed during the period 1979-1990.
Udgivelsesdato: APR
Translated title of the contributionThe Danish Gender Wage Gap in the 1980s: A Panel Data Study
Original languageEnglish
JournalOxford Economic Papers
Pages (from-to)254-279
Number of pages26
Publication statusPublished - 1996

    Research areas

  • Gender wage gap, Human Capital, Panel Data, HHÅ forskning

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