This paper takes a section by section approach to address the problem of wage differentials between college men and women. Section I serves as an introduction to the topic and Section II introduces the theoretical foundation for this subject. Section III lays out the hypothesis and explains the theoretical model and data. Section IV discusses the results of the model and Section V draws conclusions from the results and makes policy implications.
Van Dyke '99, Jennifer, "Does it Pay to be a Man? A Study of Pay Differentials Between College Graduates" (1999). Honors Projects. 73.