La diferente participación laboral de las mujeres entre las cooperativas y las sociedades laborales
This article assesses explanations for the different way in which women participate in cooperatives as opposed to employee-owned companies (regardless of whether they are limited or not). It takes as its basis existing empirical evidence on female participation in these enterprises, evidence that reveals a considerable difference between the two in terms of data. In view of the fact that the social economy sector comprises a wide range of different enterprises founded for a number of very different reasons, we pose the question as to whether the different configuration of cooperatives and employee-owned companies impacts in any way on the extent to which women participate in one type of enterprise or another.
Volume (Year): (2005)
Issue (Month): 52 (August)
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