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Entrenamiento ocupacional para reducir la segregación de género: El impacto de Projoven

  • Hugo Ñopo


  • Jaime Saavedra-Chanduví
  • Miguel Robles

Este trabajo trata la evaluación de ProJoven, el programa de capacitación para el trabajo de jóvenes en de Perú y muestra las diferencias considerables que hay en sus efectos entre hombres y mujeres. Dieciocho meses después de haber participado en el programa, el empleo entre las mujeres mejoró aproximadamente en 15% (en el caso de los hombres, el disminuyó en 11%). Sin embargo, la promoción de la igualdad entre sexos representa apenas 1,5% del presupuesto del programa ProJoven. Estos resultados hacen pensar que los programas de capacitación para el trabajo que promueven la igualdad de participación entre los sexos tienen efectos desproporcionadamente positivos en las mujeres participantes, en un mercado laboral en el que imperan diferencias considerables entre los sexos. (disponible en inglés)

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Paper provided by Inter-American Development Bank, Research Department in its series Research Department Publications with number 4554.

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Date of creation: Oct 2007
Handle: RePEc:idb:wpaper:4554
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