Subject: developed market economies | economies in transition | labour market | glass ceiling | Economic growth, development, planning | gender inequality, labour market, glass ceiling, developed market economies, economies in transition | HD72-88 | gender inequality
jel: jel:J71 | jel:P23 | jel:J78
This paper explores the differences between gender regimes in Europe, with an
emphasis on EU policies, the Nordic women-friendly welfare states, and the
former socialist policies of South Eastern European (SEE) countries. The main
premise is that cultu... View more
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