Compensating Wage Differentials For Fatal And Nonfatal Injury Risk By Gender And Race

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Compensating Wage Differentials for Fatal and Nonfatal Injury

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Leigh and Ruser (2003) found that compensating wage differentials for fatal and nonfatal injury risks vary according to gender and race. Qualifications Concerning the Neoclassical Theory The model that postulates workplace safety results from risk premiums, which provide financial incentives to employers to invest in safety, has been challenged.

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Compensating Wage Differentials for Fatal and Nonfatal Injury

Compensating Wage Differentials for Fatal and Nonfatal Injury Risk by Gender and Race JOHN D. LEETH* [email protected] Bentley College , Department of Economics, 175 Forest Street, Waltham, MA 02452-4705, USA JOHN RUSER [email protected] U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis, 1441 L Street NW, Washington, DC 20230, USA Abstract

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Article: Leeth, J. and J. Ruser. Compensating Wage Differentials for Fatal and Nonfatal Injury Risk by Gender and Race. The Journal of Risk and Uncertainty, 2003, 27: 257-277. Part 6: Information, Market Failure and the Role of Government Ch.14 Capital and Time Ch.15 Asymmetric Information.