Assesses the difficulties of using hedonic modeling -- which assigns dollar weights to teacher- and location-specific factors to set salaries -- in determining pay differentials for public school teachers, including the lack of wage flexibility.
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Title: Teacher Labor Markets and the Perils of Using Hedonics to Estimate Compensating Differentials in the Public Sector
Publication date 2007-08-21
Publication Year 2007
, Dan Goldhaber
, Daniel W. Player
Center on Reinventing Public Education (CRPE)
North America / United States
, private schools
, working paper
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