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eBook Schooling, Experience and Earnings (Modern Revivals in Economics S.) ePub

by Jacob Mincer

  • ISBN: 0751201251
  • Category: Economics
  • Subcategory: Perfomance and Work
  • Author: Jacob Mincer
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Gregg Revivals; New edition edition (March 25, 1993)
  • Pages: 176
  • ePub book: 1926 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1553 kb
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  • Rating: 4.1
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The Mincer earnings function is a single-equation model that explains wage income as a function of schooling and experience, named after Jacob Mincer. The equation has been examined on many datasets and Thomas Lemieux argues it is "one of the most widely used models in empirical economics". Typically the logarithm of earnings is modelled as the sum of years of education and a quadratic function of "years of potential experience".

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Schooling, Experience, and Earnings. Individual Acquisition of Earning Power, pp 5-23. Distribution Analysis, pp 24-40. Schooling and Earnings, pp 41-63.

Section 6 focuses on Mincer’s book, Schooling, Experience and Earnings, and in particular on the development of the .

This paper closes (section 7) with a discussion of the lasting impact of Mincer’s contribution in this area. economics is virtually devoid of studies of the magnitude of and rates of return from investments in on-the-job training, especially experience or merely learning by doing. 2 This may be due, at least in part, to the difficulty of measuring the cost of the investment in on-the-job training.

Jacob Mincer A Pioneer of Modern Labor Economics. Jacob Mincer A Pioneer of Modern Labor Economics pp 109-126 Cite as. Jacob Mincer, Experience and the Distribution of Earnings. Authors and affiliations.

Chapter in NBER book Schooling, Experience, and Earnings (1974), Jacob A. Mincer (p. 1 - 4) Published in 1974 by NBER. He is also the Mitsui Professor of Economics at . 114 K). Machine-readable bibliographic record - MARC, RIS, BibTeX.

Jacob Mincer (July 15, 1922 – August 20, 2006), was a father of modern labor economics. He was Joseph L. Buttenwieser Professor of Economics and Social Relations at Columbia University for most of his active life

Jacob Mincer (July 15, 1922 – August 20, 2006), was a father of modern labor economics. Buttenwieser Professor of Economics and Social Relations at Columbia University for most of his active life. Born in Tomaszów Lubelski, Poland, Mincer survived World War II prison camps in Czechoslovakia and Germany as a teenager. After graduating from Emory University in 1950, Mincer received his P. from Columbia University in 1957.

10 His contributions have recently been highlighted and assessed in two books.

Jacob Mincer, Experience, and the Distribution of Earnings" by Barry Chiswick . 04. 11. The ‘Mincer Equation’ Thirty Years after Schooling, Experience, and Earnings . 24. Part V. mincer and the new home economics. One of the key figures in the development of modern labor economics is Jacob Mincer (1922-2006). His contributions have recently been highlighted and assessed in two books. The most in-depth and substantive of these volumes is by Portuguese economist Pedro Teixeira, entitled Jacob Mincer: A Founding Father of Modern Labor Economics (2007).

Economics and Sociology: Redefining their Boundaries. Conversations with Economists and Sociologists The general theoretical scheme that will inform the book is laid out in my 1985 American Journal of Sociology paper, "Economic Action and Social Structure: The Problem o. . Conversations with Economists and Sociologists. Princeton University Press, pp. 96-114. The general theoretical scheme that will inform the book is laid out in my 1985 American Journal of Sociology paper, "Economic Action and Social Structure: The Problem of Embeddedness".

Analyzes the distribution of worker earnings across workers and over the working age as consequences of differential investments in human capital. The study also develops the human capital earnings function, an econometric tool for assessing rates of return and other investment parameters.