Gendered Tradeoffs: Family, Social Policy, and Economic Inequality in Twenty-One Countries
Mar 25, 2011 | Books

Read abstract Gender inequality in the workplace persists, even in nations with some of the most progressive laws and generous family support policies. Yet the dimensions on which inequality is measured—levels of women’s employment, number of hours worked, sex segregation by occupations and wages—tell very different stories across industrialized nations. By examining federally guaranteed parental […]