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Efecto de una mayor cobertura de salas cuna en la participación laboral femenina: evidencia de Chile

  • Jenny Encina
  • Claudia Martínez

La provisión publica de salas cunas en Chile aumento en un 70% entre el 2005 y 2006. Esta variación exógena en la disponibilidad de cuidado infantil a nivel comunal es utilizada en este estudio para estimar su efecto en la participación laboral femenina (PLF). A pesar de esta fuerte expansión se encuentra que la provisión de salas cunas no ha tenido efecto en la PLF. Razones culturales e institucionales pueden explicar este resultado: la visión tradicional del rol de la mujer en el cuidado de los niños, baja cobertura de las salas cunas (al 2006), jornada de atención de salas cunas y proceso de postulación a ellas entre otros.

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Paper provided by University of Chile, Department of Economics in its series Working Papers with number wp303.

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Handle: RePEc:udc:wpaper:wp303
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