By Giovanni Razzu
Bringing jointly the services of a number authors, together with well known students and senior coverage makers, it deals a coherent account of gender inequality within the labour industry. It includes:
- an in depth advent with the broader context, the elemental proof on quite a few proper labour industry results, overseas comparisons, and the legislative framework;
- Chapters that target the major matters, delivering research of how inequality within the labour marketplace is said to the broader macroeconomic dynamics, elements that designate the gender pay hole, the transition from schooling to the labour marketplace, the size of occupational segregation, and the department of labour in the household.
The publication is key studying for lecturers and scholars with an curiosity in gender inequality and the labour industry, in addition to if you would prefer an target account of the most components explaining this inequality.
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