Giorgio Brunello

PhD Osaka. Professor of Economics, Department of Economics and Management “M. Fanno”, University of Padova (Italy), Fellow CESifo and IZA (Germany) and ROA (The Netherlands)

Does birth order affect earnings? Only temporarily
La relation (complexe) entre rang de naissance et revenu

Marco Bertoni, Giorgio Brunello
Fratelli2

The sooner (you are born) the better – initially. The existing empirical evidence suggests that the first-born earn a wage premium with respect to the later-born. One reason is better education.
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