Since the Civil Rights Movement, greater numbers of African Americans have moved into professional work but continue to have lower earnings than their White counterparts. One possible explanation for this difference is that Black professionals have lower earnings because they serve larger percentages of Blacks in their practices. However, little research has documented this hypothesized effect, particularly while controlling for specialization and other important earnings-relevant characteristics.
Entrepreneurship as economic detour? Client segregation by race and class and the black-white earnings gap among physicians
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Dr Sabino KornrichAssistant ProfessorEmory College of Arts and Sciences