The chapter on employer provided health insurance examines the role of spousal coverage in determining labor market outcomes. Specifically, I utilize an instrumental variable model to control for the endogeneity of a husband's insurance coverage to his wife's decision to enter the labor force or sort into part-time jobs. Contrary to previous research in this area, I find that husband's coverage has a positive effect on the number of hours the wife will work. However, after netting out the likely assortative mating bias, I find that wives with spousal coverage are more likely to work part-time (and less likely to work full-time).From this sample, we delete all firms that reported only one CEO over the entire span of years for which we have data for that firm.7 In these firms, there is ... To test our first hypothesis, we test whether CEO leadership, aquot;style, aquot; ability, effort, etc.
|Title||:||Three Essays on Compensation|
|Author||:||Kandice Ann Kapinos|
|Publisher||:||ProQuest - 2007|