DISCRIMINATION AGAINST WOMEN IN TURKEY: A REVIEW OF THE THEORETICAL AND EMPIRICAL LITERATURE

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PALAZ, Serap;
(2002)

Labour market discrimination can be defined as occurring when one group of workers with abilities, education, training, and experience equal to another group of workers are provided inferior treatment in hiring, occupational access, promotion or wage rates on the basis ... View more
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