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... parity is still a distant prospect in several areas. Wage differences between genders persist; women are under-represented on ...
... literature on the relationship between globalization and wage inequality. While the initial analysis that started in the early 1990s ... conclude that trade played an appreciable role in increasing wage inequality, but that its cumulative effect has been modest, and that ...
... coefficients. The gap is initiated upon recruitment into wage employment through “screening discrimination”, though it tends to ...
- BookThe feminization of occupations and change in wages: a panel analysis of Britain, Germany and Switzerland
... is accompanied by a decline in wages: Do workers suffer a wage penalty if they remain in, or move into, feminizing occupations? We ... 60 percent of women. Only moving into the latter incurs a wage penalty. Contrary to the prevailing idea in economics, differences in ...
... within establishments explain much of the immigrant-native wage differential. Policy measures designed to address the wage differential should ...
... this paper examines differences of employment structure and wage differentials between renewable energy establishments and their sector ... establishment- level characteristics mostly explain the wage differential among manufacturers and energy providers. However, we find a ...
"During the last decades, wage inequality in Germany has considerably increased both within and across ... technological change is positively related to intra-regional wage inequality. This is driven by increases in the compensation for ...