The Impact of Wives' Earnings Inequality among Married-Couple Households in Malaysia
AbstractUsing data from the First and Second Malaysian Family Life Surveys, the authors analyze the effects of wives' earnings on household earnings inequality in Malaysia in 1976 and 1988.
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women's employment; household earnings inequality; married women; Malaysia;
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