Spring 2006 issue of the Expert Witness newsletter (volume 11, issue 1)


  • Estimating non-discriminatory lifetime earnings for young females
    • by Christopher Bruce and Kelly Rathje
    • This articles examines the sources of male/female earnings differentials that might arise from differences between the sexes in labour force participation rates, part-time hours, and retirement ages. It concludes that, even in the absence of labour market discrimination, women may earn 25 to 35 percent less than men.