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Un análisis del proceso de feminización de las aulas universitarias


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  • Pablo Vazquez Vega
  • Marcelo Perera


El presente documento pretende recoger evidencia sobre algunos de los factores que explican el proceso de segregación por género, o proceso de feminización, en las profesiones universitarias. La evidencia no resultó demasiado robusta. Las estimaciones apoyan, aunque de manera débil, las siguientes hipótesis: el riesgo de paro asociado a una profesión es un factor que predomina más en las decisiones de los hombres. Asimismo, las mujeres valoran positivamente (ponderan más) en sus decisiones el número de horas efectivas trabajadas, prefiriendo aquellas titulaciones asociadas a ocupaciones con menos horas de trabajo.

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Paper provided by FEDEA in its series Working Papers with number 2007-27.

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Date of creation: Oct 2007
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Handle: RePEc:fda:fdaddt:2007-27

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