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There are 6 included publications by Dora Gicheva :
Are Female Supervisors More Female-Friendly?
We introduce the idea that easily inferable demographic characteristics such as gender may not be sufficient to define type in the supervisor-employee mentoring relationship. We use longitudinal data on athletic directors at NCAA Division I programs ...
Investigating Income Effects in Scanner Data: Do Gasoline Prices Affect Grocery Purchases?
There is much discussion in the popular press about how consumers adjust their purchase decisions for items from lattes and restaurant meals to which type of meat to purchase for dinner during times of rising fuel prices.
While analysts a...
Leveraging entrepreneurship through private investments: Does gender matter?
Using project data from a random sample of Phase II research awards from the National Institutes of Health SBIR program, we estimate the relative probability that woman-owned firms are able to attract private investments to fund the transition of the...
Tax benefits for graduate education: Incentives for whom?
Numerous studies have examined the enrollment responses of traditional undergraduate students to the introduction of government-provided tuition subsidies, but far less attention has been devoted to the elasticity of demand for graduate education. Th...
Worker mobility, employer-provided general training, and the choice of graduate education.
This paper links inherent mobility to observed schooling choices. A job search model with graduate education predicts that more mobile workers are more likely to enroll in full-time MBA programs. Adding to the literature on employer-sponsored general...
Working Long Hours and Early Career Outcomes in the High-End Labor Market.
This study establishes empirically a positive but nonlinear relationship between weekly hours and hourly wage growth. For workers who put in over 47 hours per week, 5 extra hours are associated with a 1% increase in annual wage growth. This correl...