2 edition of Earning differentials by sex in the Soviet Union found in the catalog.
Earning differentials by sex in the Soviet Union
in Jerusalem : Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Dept. of Economics, 1979
Written in English
|Statement||by Gur Ofer & Aaron Vinokur.|
|Series||Research report - The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Departemen of Economics ; no. 120|
|LC Classifications||MLCM 83/6997 (H)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||59 p. ; 28 cm.|
|Number of Pages||59|
|LC Control Number||80100303|
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Earning differentials by sex in the Soviet Union: a first look Gur Ofer and Aaron Vinokur; 7. Creditworthiness and balance-of-payments adjustment mechanisms of centrally planned economies Franklyn D.
Holzman; 8. Comparative advantage and the evolving pattern of Soviet international commodity specialization, Steven Rosefielde; Part II. Condition: Good. This is an ex-library book and may have the usual library/used-book markings book has hardback covers. In good all round condition.
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Conclusion. Earning differentials by sex in the Soviet Union: a first look. Introduction. The theory of earning differentials by sex. name\/a> \" The Soviet household under the old regime: economic conditions and behavior in the.
Chapter 7, "Earning differentials by sex in the Soviet Union: a first look," and Chapter 8, "Work and family roles of Soviet women: historical trends and cross-section analysis," stem, again, from the ISIP data on the gender earning differentials in the urban sector of the Soviet Union.
They supplement the rich literature on the status of women in. Earning differentials by sex in the Soviet Union: a first look Gur Ofer and Aaron Vinokur; 7.
Creditworthiness and balance-of-payments adjustment mechanisms of centrally planned economies Franklyn D. Holzman; 8. Comparative advantage and the evolving pattern of Soviet international commodity specialization, Steven Rosefielde; Part : Steven Rosefielde.
The distributive effects of the Social Consumption Fund in the Soviet Union 6. The size and the structure of population in poverty in the Soviet Union 7. Earning differentials by sex in the Soviet. Soviet economy, fields in which Bergson, George F.
Baker Professor of Economics at Harvard Uni-versity, specialized. Essays in part one focus on the Soviet economy and range from an overview of the development of Soviet economic studies to an analysis of earning differentials by sex in the Soviet Union. In part two, papers deal with eco.
Soviet authorities did not publish data on wages and salaries classified by sex. As a result, only a partial perspective on gender pay gap is possible based on small scale studies. Nevertheless, they can be useful as they offer a benchmark.
One of the economists who provides some data on the gender wage gap in Soviet Russia is A. Rashin (). Earning power may vary in the Soviet Union, according to artistic or technical proficiency, but the extremes, as Louis Fisher has pointed out, are very close.
No such “spread” is conceivable in the USSR as exists in Britain or America between say, a clerk in a factory and its owner. Unfortunately, this book can't be printed from the OpenBook. If you need to print pages from this book, we recommend downloading it as a PDF.
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This paper reports recent investigations regarding gender disparities in the labor market. The main aim of our study is to identify factors affecting gender earning disparities in the. A) women diminish their earning capacity when they leave the labor market to engage in childbearing and child-care activities.
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In underground miners were earning £5 per day and their wage tribunal refused to raise piece rates. When the Government. The October Revolution () and the dissolution of the Soviet Union inhave shaped the developments in the gender wage gap.
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