A DESCRIPTIVE AND ECONOMETRIC ANALYSIS OF ANNUAL SALARIES, GENDER, EXPERIENCE, AND PEER-REVIEWED PUBLICATION HISTORIES WITHIN TOP-RANKED AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS PROGRAMS

Utilizing an original data set containing annual salaries and peer-reviewed publication histories for 328 faculty members we examine the labor market for academic agricultural economists. Our descriptive analysis shows that while the profession remains male-dominated, females are making significant inroads at the lower academic ranks, the profession is relatively top-heavy, with nearly two-thirds of the faculty in our data set currently holding the rank of full professor, differences in annual salary exist primarily for faculty at Top 6 programs, and then primarily for full professors. Our regression analysis suggests that controlling for publication history there are neither statistically significant negative returns to increased tenure nor statistically significant negative returns to gender, holding all else constant.


Issue Date:
2003
Publication Type:
Conference Paper/ Presentation
PURL Identifier:
http://purl.umn.edu/22053
Total Pages:
39
Series Statement:
Selected Paper




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