Reilly (1999) does not find a significant change in the male-female wage gap in Russia during 1992-1996.
What does MFWG stand for?
MFWG stands for Male-Female Wage Gap
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They find that while compared to their male co-workers, female workers in state-owned enterprises (SOEs) are less productive and also receive lower wages, the male-female wage gap is significantly smaller than the productivity gap.
Our empirical results first suggest that the male-female wage gap mainly arises from gender difference in the marginal costs of human capital production.
Polachek [*] John Robst [+] Despite a more rapid increase in female work behavior in the 1970s than in the 1980s, the male-female wage gap in the 1970s narrowed one-eighth as quickly as in the 1980s.
Studies looking at the male-female wage gap for whites find a similar percentage can be explained by differences in attributes.
If the male-female wage gap is partly due to differences in relative skills, as reflected by relative major distributions, then convergence in major distribution should reduce the gender wage gap.
O'Neill, June, "The Trend in the Male-female Wage Gap in the United States.