A Cross-Country Comparison of Attitudes Towards Mothers Working and their Actual Labor Market Experience
type="main" xml:lang="en"> In this paper, we use data from the International Social Survey Project to present a cross-country comparison of attitudes about the labor force participation of mothers. We also estimate earnings functions and probits for full-time work and examine whether there is a link between attitudes and women’s actual labor market experience across countries. We find that while a woman’s own attitude about work does not directly influence her wage, it does influence the probability that she works full time.
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