Occupational achievements of same-sex couples in the United States by gender and race
UNIVERSAL IDENTIFIER: http://hdl.handle.net/11093/2493
EDITED VERSION: https://doi.org/10.1111/irel.12246
UNESCO SUBJECT: 5399 Otras Especialidades económicas ; 6307 Cambio y desarrollo Social ; 6309.09 Posición Social de la Mujer
DOCUMENT TYPE: article
This article offers a framework that allows for the simultaneous comparison of all sexual orientation–gender–race/ethnicity groups after controlling for characteristics. The analysis suggests that occupations matter in explaining earnings differences among groups. The article also displays the high magnitude of the gender wage gap in an intersectional framework. The sexual orientation wage premium of lesbians is quite small for blacks and much higher for Hispanics and Asians than for whites. For men, departing from the white heterosexual model involves a substantial punishment; the racial penalty is larger for heterosexuals whereas the sexual orientation penalty is greater for whites.
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