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La donna flessibile e il lavoro opportuno

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  • Bruna, Bruno


    (CELPE (Centre of Labour Economics and Economic Policy), University of Salerno, Italy)

L'utilizzo di preferenze sociali nella caratterizzazione del comportamento economico della componente femminile del mercato del lavoro evidenzia la possibilità di spiazzamento degli incentivi economici basati sulla performance. D'altra parte, l'esistenza di motivazioni intrinseche influenza alcuni processi di auto-selezione femminile verso l'attività autonoma. Applicando il paradigma della "conciliazione" agli obiettivi, alle preferenze ed alle motivazioni delle donne è possibile indirizzare le politiche di genere verso strumenti che consentano di rimuovere forme di "segregazione motivazionale" che rendono di fatto marginali le performance delle donne. L'analisi delle preferenze femminili, in termini di trade off tra consumo e tempo libero, mostra un processo di scelta di allocazione del tempo a due stadi coerente con la differenziazione di genere in termini di motivazioni intrinseche e preferenze.

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Paper provided by CELPE - Centre of Labour Economics and Economic Policy, University of Salerno, Italy in its series CELPE Discussion Papers with number 108.

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Length: 36 pages
Date of creation: 30 Jul 2008
Handle: RePEc:sal:celpdp:0108
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