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Participación laboral femenina y Estados de bienestar

  • Luis Miguel Miller


El presente trabajo persigue un doble propósito; teórico y empírico. Desde un punto de vista teórico, el objetivo es realizar un breve recorrido por teorías que han tratado la interrelación entre las relaciones de género, los mercados de trabajo y los Estados de bienestar, a lo largo de la década pasada. En la parte empírica del trabajo se expone el ejemplo más característico de dicha interrelación, a saber: la evolución reciente de la participación femenina en los mercados de trabajo europeos. El análisis empírico se divide en dos partes. En la primera, presento algunos datos de mercado de trabajo, tanto transversales como longitudinales, que muestran cómo se ha ido configurando la participación laboral femenina en los diversos países de la Unión Europea. En la segunda, intento ir más allá, planteando qué factores influyen principalmente en la inserción laboral femenina. Una vez realizados ambos análisis, muestro cómo en dicho proceso interaccionan tanto variables individuales, como sociales.

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Paper provided by Institute for Social Syudies of Andalusia - Higher Council for Scientific Research in its series IESA Working Papers Series with number 0403.

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Length: 27 pages
Date of creation: Mar 2004
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Handle: RePEc:esa:iesawp:0403
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