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Diferencias entre los sexos en los procedimientos judiciales: Pruebas de campo de causas de vivienda en Uruguay

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  • Eduardo Gandelman
  • Nestor Gandelman
  • Julie Rothschild

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Este trabajo emplea dados de nivel micro de procedimientos judiciales en Uruguay para mostrar pruebas de que las acusadas reciben un tratamiento más favorable en los tribunales que los acusados. Esto se debe a procedimientos más prolongados de remate judicial y a que hay una mayor probabilidad de que se concedan prórrogas en los procesos de desalojo a las acusadas.

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  • Eduardo Gandelman & Nestor Gandelman & Julie Rothschild, 2008. "Diferencias entre los sexos en los procedimientos judiciales: Pruebas de campo de causas de vivienda en Uruguay," Research Department Publications 3251, Inter-American Development Bank, Research Department.
  • Handle: RePEc:idb:wpaper:3251
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    1. Eduardo Gandelman & Néstor Gandelman, 2004. "Los efectos del sector público en el financiamiento de la vivienda: el mercado hipotecario de Uruguay," IDB Publications (Working Papers) 2166, Inter-American Development Bank.
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