Women and labor market changes in the global economy : growth helps, inequalities hurt, and public policy matters

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Tzannatos, Zafiris;
(1998)
  • Subject: Labor Markets,Gender and Law,Population Policies,Labor Policies,Gender and Development

This report examines the level and changes in female and male participation rates, employment segregation, and female wages relative to male wages across the world economy. It funds sufficient evidence to support the view that labor markets in developing countries are t... View more
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