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Unformatted text preview: 1 0.57 0.14 Monthly earnings in
1993 or 1998 0.44c Log of two-year
average of annual
Log annual earnings
Log of two-year
average of annual
of log annual
Five-year average of
earnings 0.22 0.26
0.13 0.13 0.34 Atkinson, Maynard, and Trinder do not report an age range for their regression sample, but their
Table 4.4 for a broader sample shows a range from under 25 to over 65.
Couch and Dunn report a sample mean age of 22.8 in 1984, the second of the six years in which they
This elasticity estimate comes from multiplying Hertz’s 0.145 coef cient estimate for the intergenerational regression of earnings levels by a 3.0 ratio of fathers’ sample mean earnings to sons’ sample mean
Lillard and Kilburn require their sons to be over 18, and they report a sample mean age of 25. Fortin – Econ 560 Lecture 5B The higher the returns to education (and the presence of elite schools), the higher the
IGE Source: Corak (2007) Fortin – Econ 560 Lecture 5B Differences in the IGE among immigrants and non-immigrants can provide another
source of identification for parental vs. societal influences, which may include
“ethnic” capital. Aydemir, Chen, and Corak (2009) show that for Canada, on average the
transmission of inequality is the same for immigrants and their children, but
outcomes vary by country of origin. There is lower earnings across the generations for sons in spite of higher than
average education for the following countries:
o Barbados, Columbia, Grenada, Guyana, Haiti, Jamaica, Japan, Oceania, St.
Lucia / St. Vincent, Trinidad, West Africa The majority of these 11 countries are Caribbean or surrounding South American
o Japan is an exception, the earnings of fathers and sons are essentially at the
Canadian averages Source: Aydemir, Chen, and Corak (2009) INTERGENERATIONAL EARNINGS MOBILITY
TABLE 7.—LEAST SQUARES ESTIMATES OF REGRESSION TO THE MEAN MODELS OF EARNINGS FOR IMMIGRANT Sample Selection Rules
Outcome 2. ln weekly earnings
for sons at age 31 - male...
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