A survey of the current literature reveals two main schools of thought regarding the pay gap between coaches in men’s versus women’s NCAA Division I college basketball. The academic literature argues gender discrimination is not the source of the pay gap, while the popular press argues the pay gap is due in part to gender discrimination. A review and analysis of the existing literature finds discrimination is not the source of the pay gap between men’s and women’s college basketball coaches.
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"The Gender Pay Gap in College Basketball: Is Discrimination the Driving Factor?,"
Major Themes in Economics, 19, 57-75.
Available at: https://scholarworks.uni.edu/mtie/vol19/iss1/6