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What does it mean that the decomposition is based on the linear systematic component? And how can I interpret my result?

To your first question - What does it mean that the decomposition is based on the linear systematic component? This means that the decomposition implemented here is on the log-odds (logit) scale. For ...
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Blinder-Oaxaca decomposition and Gardeazabal and Ugidos (2004) correction in the presence of more than one categorical variable

Unfortunately, this is not supported in R's oaxaca package, as far I know. It's possible to do this with the Stata routine, though. Just FYI: Regarding the ...
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