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Segregación ocupacional de la mujer en el mercado de trabajo del Uruguay (1986-1997)

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  • Maximo Rossi

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

  • Zuleika Ferre

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

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El principal objetivo de este trabajo fue analizar la evolución de la segregación ocupacional por género en Uruguay y en particular si esta evolución estuvo asociada a la tendencia en el diferencial de salarios entre hombres y mujeres. Existe un alto nivel de segregación en Uruguay y no existirron cambios de importancia en los noventa.

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  • Maximo Rossi & Zuleika Ferre, 2004. "Segregación ocupacional de la mujer en el mercado de trabajo del Uruguay (1986-1997)," Labor and Demography 0409011, University Library of Munich, Germany.
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    1. Juan Pablo Atal & Hugo R. Ñopo & Natalia Winder, 2009. "New Century, Old Disparities: Gender and Ethnic Wage Gaps in Latin America," IDB Publications (Working Papers) 1131, Inter-American Development Bank.

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    segregation; discrimination;

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    • J - Labor and Demographic Economics

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