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La division du travail entre hommes et femmes


  • Catherine Sofer

    () (CRESEP - Centre de recherche sur l'emploi et la production - UO - Université d'Orléans)


Première partie : la division du travail entre hommes et femmes dans la famille : le travail domestique dans l'analyse marxiste, conséquences sur la division du travail, l'analyse néo-classique de la division du travail, présentation et critiques. Essai d'extension des théories de la division du travail. Enfants et division du travail : un élargissement de la théorie économique de la famille, enfants et division du travail : éléments d'une théorie socioéconomique de la famille. Deuxième partie : la division du travail entre hommes et femmes sur le marché du travail : ségrégation sur le marché du travail et inégalités de salaire. Un modèle de discrimination dans les salaires et le type d'emploi proposés aux hommes et aux femmes.

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  • Catherine Sofer, 1985. "La division du travail entre hommes et femmes," Post-Print halshs-00367272, HAL.
  • Handle: RePEc:hal:journl:halshs-00367272
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    1. François Cochard & Hélène Couprie & Astrid Hopfensitz, 2018. "What if women earned more than their spouses? An experimental investigation of work-division in couples," Experimental Economics, Springer;Economic Science Association, vol. 21(1), pages 50-71, March.

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