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Werden Frauen und Männer in NPO gleich bezahlt?

  • Gmür, Markus

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    Dass Frauen und Männer in der Arbeitswelt bis heute nicht nur in unterschiedlichem Ausmass Führungspositionen besetzen, sondern auf diesen Positionen auch unterschiedlich bezahlt werden, ist allgemein bekannt und wird als Beleg für bestehende Diskriminierung angeführt. Die im Auftrag des Bundesamts für Statistik und dem Eidgenössischen Büro für die Gleichstellung von Frau und Mann veröffentlichte Studie zur aktuellen Situation in der Schweiz stellt dar, dass Frauen in der Schweiz bei gleichem Beschäftigungsgrad rund 25 % weniger verdienen als Männer. Diese Unterschiede wachsen mit der hierarchischen Position: Während Frauen auf Positionen ohne Führungsfunktion 14 % geringere Gehälter beziehen, sind es auf den mittleren und oberen Kaderebenen durchschnittlich 22% bzw. 31%. Wie sehen die Vergleichszahlen für den Nonprofit- Sektor aus, und welche Faktoren müssen bei einer Analyse von Gehaltsunterschieden mitberücksichtigt werden?

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    Paper provided by Faculty of Economics and Social Sciences, University of Freiburg/Fribourg Switzerland in its series FSES Working Papers with number 429.

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    Date of creation: 11 Oct 2012
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    1. Marianne Bertrand & Kevin F. Hallock, 2000. "The Gender Gap in Top Corporate Jobs," NBER Working Papers 7931, National Bureau of Economic Research, Inc.
    2. Preston, Anne E, 1989. "The Nonprofit Worker in a For-Profit World," Journal of Labor Economics, University of Chicago Press, vol. 7(4), pages 438-63, October.
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