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Efectos de la segregación sobre las diferencias salariales de género en la hostelería andauza: Una comparación entre distintas zonas turísticas


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  • Juan A. Campos Soria
  • Bienvenido Ortega Aguaza
  • Miguel Ángel Ropero García


RESUMEN El objetivo de este trabajo es estimar de forma separada la contribución de la segregación horizontal y vertical en la diferencia salarial de género en la hostelería. Dicha estimación se lleva a cabo desde una perspectiva territorial, distinguiendo entre distintas zonas turísticas de Andalucía. Se emplean datos emparejados trabajador-establecimiento de una muestra de 181 hoteles y 121 restaurantes. Entre los principales resultados cabe resaltar los siguientes. La segregación vertical aumenta la diferencia salarial. Ahora bien, esta contribución es mayor en las capitales de provincia y en la costa que en el interior de Andalucía. La segregación horizontal contribuye a reducirla, aunque sólo en los establecimientos de capital de provincia y costa. ABSTRACT The target of this work is to estimate separately the contribution of horizontal and vertical segregation on the gender wage gap in the hospitality sector. Such estimation is carried out from a territorial perspective, distinguishing between different tourism areas in Andalusia. Matched employee-employer data from a sample of 181 hotels and 121 restaurants is used. The main results are the following ones. Vertical segregation increases the wage differential. However, this contribution is higher in the capital of province and in the coastal areas than in the interior areas. Horizontal segregation diminishes the wage gap only in the capitals of province and in the coastal areas.

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Article provided by Universidades Públicas de Andalucía in its journal Revista de Estudios Regionales.

Volume (Year): 03 (2010)
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Pages: 43-65

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Keywords: Diferencia salarial; Segregación industrial; Segregación de establecimiento; Segregación de categoría; Segregación ocupacional; Segregación horizontal; Segregación vertical; Wage gap; Industrial segregation; Establishment segregation; Category segregation; Occupational segregation; Horizontal segregation; Vertical segregation;

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