Master of Arts (MA)
First Committee Member
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Risk could be considered both a disagreeable characteristic of employment (i.e. the risk of death, injury) or, as noted previously, a factor in the probability, or more importantly, the improbability of success (i.e. the greater the risk in success, the less stable future earnings and employment). Accordingly, the inclusion of future wage risk in a study of compensating wage differentials is a logical step and, thus, the focus of this study; Drawing a corollary between the theoretical framework of compensating wage differentials and the theory of risk aversion, this paper seeks to measure whether or not wage risk has an effect on observed wage rates in a hedonic wage equation.
Compensating; Differential; Equation; Hedonic; Risk; Wage
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Santoro, Cathryn J, "Risk as a compensating differential in a hedonic wage equation" (2006). UNLV Retrospective Theses & Dissertations. 1977.
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