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La igualdad entre mujeres y hombres: una asignatura pendiente

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  • Carmen Echebarría Miguel

    ()
    (Universidad del País Vasco)

  • Mercedes Larrañaga Sarriegui

    ()
    (Universidad del País Vasco)

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The main objective of this article is to analyse women’s and men’s relationships with work, especially with the labour market. It covers matters such as training, labour activity, unemployment, job segregation, remuneration and job insecurity. Although the analysis focuses on the labour environment, references to inequality in the distribution of unpaid work are inevitable because this lies behind much of the inequality in the labour market. The second part of the text first discusses the continuing inequality between women and men and the slow progress being made in achieving real equality. It then considers measures taken in recent years to eliminate gender inequality and pays special attention to a new, innovative proposal we consider of interest, the drafting of budgets from a gender point of view.

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Article provided by CIRIEC-España in its journal CIRIEC-España, revista de economía pública, social y cooperativa.

Volume (Year): (2004)
Issue (Month): 50 (November)
Pages: 11-35

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Handle: RePEc:cic:revcir:y:2004:i:50:p:11-35

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Keywords: Women; work; labour market; discrimination; equality; mainstreaming; gender budgets.;

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  1. Rhonda Sharp & Ray Broomhill, 2002. "Budgeting for Equality: The Australian Experience," Feminist Economics, Taylor & Francis Journals, vol. 8(1), pages 25-47.
  2. Susan Himmelweit, 2002. "Making Visible the Hidden Economy: The Case for Gender-Impact Analysis of Economic Policy," Feminist Economics, Taylor & Francis Journals, vol. 8(1), pages 49-70.
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