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Loyola University Chicago

Quinlan School of Business

Faculty

Paul Gabriel

Title/s: Professor

Office #: Maguire 532

Phone: 312.915.6070

E-mail: pgabrie@LUC.edu

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Publications

Refereed Articles 

Gabriel, P. E. & Groothuis, P. "Positive Assortative Mating and Spouses as Complementary Factors of Production: A Theory of Labor Augmentation." Applied Economics, 42 (9), 1101-1111 (2010).

Gabriel, P. E. & Di Di, G. B. "The Teaching Capacity Model: A Tool for Strategic Planning in Higher Education." Educational Planning, 19 (3), 12-21 (2010).

Gabriel, Paul. & Groothuis, P. "Positive Assortative Mating and Spouses as Complementary Factors of Production: A Theory of Labor Augmentation." Applied Economics (2009).  

Gabriel, Paul. & Schmitz, S. "Gender Differences in Occupational Distributions Among Workers." Monthly Labor Review (2007).  

Gabriel, Paul. & Schmitz, S. "The Impact of Gender Differences in Occupational Attainment on the Relative Earnings of Young Workers." Applied Economics Letters, 13. 10 (2006).  

Gabriel, Paul. , "The Effects of Differences in Year-round, Full-time Labor Market Experience on Gender Wage Levels in the United States." International Review of Applied Economics, 19. 3 (2005).  

Gabriel, Paul. & Schmitz, S. "A Note on Occupational Variations in the Returns to Education in the U.S. Labor Market."International Journal of Manpower, 26. 5 (2005).  

Gabriel, Paul. , "A Longitudinal Examination of Earnings Inequality and Mobility among Full-time Workers in the United States."Social Science Journal, 42. 4 (2005).  

Presentation of Refereed Papers 

Gabriel, Paul, D. Surdam, and K. Brown. (2009). "An Inquiry into the Pay Structure of the New York Yankees: 1919-1941." Missouri Valley Economics Association, Kansas City, Missouri.

Gabriel, Paul, and S. Schmitz. (2008). "An Empirical Comparison of Male-Female Differences in Labor Market Experience Measures: What are the Implications for Gender Wage Studies?" Oxford Business & Economics Conference, St. Hugh's College, Oxford, United Kingdom.

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