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Examining the Distributional Effects of Military Service on Earnings: A Test of Initial Dominance
Journal of business & economic statistics
Existing empirical evidence suggests that the effects of Vietnam veteran status on earnings in the decade-and-a-half following service may be concentrated in the lower tail of the earnings distribution. Motivated by this evidence, we develop a formal statistical procedure which is specifically designed to test for lower tail dominance in the distributions of earnings. When applied to the same data as in previous studies, the test reveals that the distribution of earnings for veterans is indeeddoi:10.1080/07350015.2012.741053 fatcat:bgmpzhp6qvcbtoylxlfhpiakdq