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    • Ability, Schooling Choices And Gender Labor Market Discrimination: Evidence For Chile 

      Sanhueza Riveros, Claudia; Bravo Urrutia, David; Urzúa, Sergio (Universidad de Chile. Departamento de Economía, 2007-07)
      This paper presents a comprehensive analysis of the gender differences in the Chilean labor market. We formally deal with the selection of the individuals into schooling levels and its consequences on the gender gaps. ...
    • Las diferencias en desempleo: INE- U. de Chile 

      Nogues Bravo, David; Ramos Quiñones, Joseph; Urzúa, Sergio (Universidad de Chile. Facultad de Economía y Negocios, 2000)
      Este trabajo intenta explicar las importantes diferencias tanto en el nivel de desempleo - más de 3 puntosasí como su evolución (4 vs. 6,2 puntos de aumentos entre marzo '98 y marzo '99) reportado entre las encuestas del ...
    • An Experimental Study About Labor Market Discrimination: Gender, Social Class And Neighborhood 

      Sanhueza Riveros, Claudia; Bravo Urrutia, David; Urzúa, Sergio (Universidad de Chile. Departamento de Economía, 2007-07)
      The objective of this paper is to study the Chilean labor market and determine the presence or absence of gender discrimination. In order to break past the limitations of earlier works, an experimental design is used, ...
    • Is There Labor Market Discrimination Among Professionals In Chile? Lawyers, Doctors And Business-People 

      Sanhueza Riveros, Claudia; Bravo Urrutia, David; Urzúa, Sergio (Universidad de Chile. Departamento de Economía, 2007-07)
      This paper presents a complete analysis of the gender differences in three Chilean professional’s labor market: Business, Law and Medicine. In the analysis, we utilize a new and rich data set collected for this effect. ...
    • The return to private education: evidence from school-to-work transitions 

      Contreras Guajardo, Dante; Rodríguez, Jorge; Urzúa, Sergio (Universidad de Chile. Facultad de Economía y Negocios, 2019)
      This paper investigates the labor market returns to high school types. We exploit comprehensive administrative data describing the school-to-work transition for the universe of Chilean students attending tenth grade in ...