2 edition of Inequality, segregation and the Chilean labour market found in the catalog.
Inequality, segregation and the Chilean labour market
by Universidad de Chile, Facultad de Ciencias Económicas y Administrativas, Departamento de Economía. in [Santiago, Chile]
Written in English
|Statement||Dante Contreras G., Piergiuseppe Morone.|
|Series||Documento de trabajo -- no. 193, Documento de trabajo (Universidad de Chile. Departamento de Economía) -- no. 193.|
|LC Classifications||HB523 .C66 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||21 p. :|
|Number of Pages||21|
|LC Control Number||2009423465|
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Research on Economic Inequality: Inequality in the Labor Market the Economics of Labor Market Segregation & Discrimination Hardcover – December 1, by Daniel J.
Slottje (Editor) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Hardcover, December 1, Format: Hardcover. Employing a sophisticated new theoretical framework, and drawing on original fieldwork, the book develops a subtle account of the phenomenon of sex segregation and offers a major challenge to existing an environment increasingly defined by attempts to converge and consolidate international policy objectives, an in-depth understanding of contemporary forms of inequality is vital to anyone interested in the effective translation of normative accounts of social justice Cited by: This book presents an interpretation of the nature, causes, and consequences of sex inequality in the modern labour market.
Employing a new theoretical framework, and drawing on original fieldwork, it develops a subtle account of the phenomenon of sex segregation and offers a major challenge to existing approaches. In an environment increasingly defined by attempts to converge and consolidate.
Yet, the rate of unemployment among least skilled workers in Chile remains essentially unchanged since the democratic transition as does income inequality.
These conditions persist despite a high degree of labour market by: 2. In other words, labour market flexibility should promote economic efficiency, which in turn should stimulate the expansion of formal sector employment and the reduction in wage inequality. 1 In fact, however, the rate of unemployment among least skilled workers in Chile remains essentially.
The author was awarded the IZA Prize in Labor Economics for this research. Part I comprises an Introduction by the Editors. Part II probes and quantifies the explanations for the gender wage gap, including differential choices made in the labor market by men and women as well as labor market discrimination and employment segregation.
The phenomenon of increasing gender bias leading to inequality in the labour market with widening differences between male and female is clearly discernible. Women are generally engaged in low-productive jobs in the informal sectors with low wages and : Balwant Singh Mehta, Ishwar Chandra Awasthi.
This book addresses one of the most topical and pressing areas of inequality experienced by women in the UK: inequality in the labour market. Despite the changed and changing position of women in society there remain substantial gender differences in the labour market.
Section II shows that this labour market performance was central in the worsening of aggregate inequality and also in dampening the poverty reducing impacts of economic growth. Against this context, section III presents and evaluates the labour laws and labour market institutions of the post-apartheid labour Size: KB.
Sex segregation and inequality in the modern labour market. [Jude Browne] -- This book presents a novel interpretation of the nature, causes and consequences of sex inequality in the modern labour market. Introduction.
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Manual on the process of presenting and analysing data about gender concentration and segregation in the labour market. Defines terminology, sets guidelines for the selection of appropriate measurement procedures, and recommends simple methods for presenting generated data for analysis. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: ix, pages: illustrations ; 24 cm.
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Inequality at the top of the distribution is associated with more segregation of the rich, while inequality at the bottom and declines in labor demand for less-skilled men are associated with residential isolation of the poor. Inequality can fully explain the rise in income segregation between and CHICAGO—Some of the U.S.
labor market’s biggest problems, particularly income inequality and a lack of employment opportunities, are long-standing issues—not issues created by the Great Author: Joseph Coombs. Occupational gender segregation is a strong feature of the US labor market.
While some occupations have become increasingly integrated over time, others remain highly dominated by either men or women.El Otro Modelo is “a book written with 50 fingers,” said Larraín, and it took four years to write.
It has been a Chilean bestseller for 12 weeks, he added, noting one Chilean reader in particular, former President Michelle Bachelet. Along with some of the authors, Bachelet helped promote the book at a .hand, weaker labor market institutions can limit workers’ influence on redistributive policies, thus contributing to the rise of net income inequality.
To examine the impact of labor market institutions on inequality, we draw on the experience of 20 advanced economies from the early s to Further, given that different labor market.