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Discriminación en el mercado laboral por habilidades, educación escolar y género en Chile

  • David Bravo
  • Claudia Sanhueza
  • Sergio Urzua

En este trabajo se analiza el efecto de los niveles de escolaridad sobre las brechas de sexo en el mercado laboral chileno. Se emplea un nutrido conjunto de datos sobre los resultados del mercado laboral, el logro académico y el rendimiento académico, así como las variables que caracterizan los antecedentes familiares. Aunque los resultados muestran diferencias de sexo estadísticamente significativas en varias dimensiones del mercado laboral chileno, esas brechas dependen mayormente del nivel de escolaridad de los individuos. Esos hallazgos no se deben tomar como una prueba decisiva de discriminación en el mercado laboral chileno.

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Paper provided by Inter-American Development Bank, Research Department in its series Research Department Publications with number 3259.

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