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Tendencias recientes de la participación femenina en el mercado de trabajo del Uruguay, 1986-2000

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  • Maximo Rossi

    (Department of Economics, Faculty of Social Sciences, UDELAR)

  • Ximena García de Soria

    (Department of Economics, Faculty of Social Sciences, UDELAR)

  • Fernanda Rivas

    (Department of economics, Faculty of Social Sciences, UDELAR)

  • Mariana taboada

    (Department of Economics, Faculty of Social Sicences, UDELAR)

Abstract

En este documento realizamos un análisis descriptivo de la evolución de la participación femenina encomparación con la masculina en el mercado laboral uruguayo entre 1986 y 2000. El análisis descriptivo sobre las tendencias de la participación realizado, de acuerdo a las variables relacionadas con el ciclo familiar tanto para los hombres como para las mujeres, nos sugiere que en el Uruguay se ha venido dando un proceso de similitud del comportamiento de actividad de hombres y mujeres. Según lo observado, el ciclo de vida familiar pierde importancia en la incorporación de las mujeres al mercado laboral, especialmente entre las más educadas.

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  • Maximo Rossi & Ximena García de Soria & Fernanda Rivas & Mariana taboada, 2004. "Tendencias recientes de la participación femenina en el mercado de trabajo del Uruguay, 1986-2000," Labor and Demography 0409009, EconWPA.
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    1. X. García de Soria & M.F. Rivas & M. Taboada, 2001. "Oferta laboral de las mujeres," Documentos de Trabajo (working papers) 1801, Department of Economics - dECON.
    2. Cooke, Lynn Prince, 2000. "Gender Agency at the Intersection of State, Market and Family: Changes in Fertility and Maternal Labor Supply in Eight Countries," IRISS Working Paper Series 2000-09, IRISS at CEPS/INSTEAD.
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