Census data from the US for the year 2012.
log of hourly wage (annual earnings / annual hours)
six indicators: widowed, divorced, separated, nevermarried, and married (omitted)
six indicators: hsd08, hsd911, hsg, cg, ad, and sc (omitted)
four indicators: mw, so, we, and ne (omitted)
(max[0, age - years of education - 7]): exp1, exp2 (divided by 100), exp3 (divided by 1000), exp4 (divided by 10000)
March Supplement sampling weight
The CPS is a monthly U.S. household survey conducted jointly by the U.S. Census Bureau and the Bureau of Labor Statistics. The data comprise the year 2012. This data set was used in Mulligan and Rubinstein (2008). The sample comprises white non-hipanic, ages 25-54, working full time full year (35+ hours per week at least 50 weeks), exclude living in group quarters, self-employed, military, agricultural, and private household sector, allocated earning, inconsistent report on earnings and employment, missing data.
C. B. Mulligan and Y. Rubinstein (2008). Selection, investment, and women's relative wages over time. The Quarterly Journal of Economics, 1061–1110.
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