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Globalization and the gender wage gap

R. H. Oostendorp

Globalization and the gender wage gap

by R. H. Oostendorp

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Published by World Bank in Washington, D.C .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Wage differentials.,
  • Sex discrimination against women.,
  • International trade.,
  • Investments, Foreign.,
  • Globalization.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementRemco Oostendorp.
    SeriesPolicy research working paper ;, 3256, Policy research working papers (Online) ;, 3256.
    ContributionsWorld Bank.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHG3881.5.W57
    The Physical Object
    FormatElectronic resource
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3389287M
    LC Control Number2004615484

      Globalization Has Increased the Wealth Gap. by Janu J His book, “Globalization and Its Discontents,” was translated . The following equation is specified to test the relationship between the gender labor force participation gap and economic globalization. 12 3 4 5 L Hed ed o Tariff Fertility L Hed F GENR G aaGrY aR aR a a MTENRY =+ + + + + (1) where, L L F M is the ratio of female to male labor force participation rate that measures the gender labor force Author: Roy Atrayee Ghosh.

    Globalization or globalisation is the process of interaction and integration among people, companies, and governments a complex and multifaceted phenomenon, globalization is considered by some as a form of capitalist expansion which entails the integration of local and national economies into a global, unregulated market economy. paper “Globalization and the Gender Wage Gap,” Remco Oostendorp outlines some of the theoretical arguments on both sides of the debate, focusing on how specific factors can sway economic trade theory in either direction. Oostendorp offers the following theories for why globalization should reduce the gender wage gap.

      Gender, Development and Globalization: Economics as if All People Mattered, Edition 2 - Ebook written by Lourdes Beneria, Günseli Berik, Maria Floro. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read Gender, Development and Globalization: Economics . Oostendorp () examined the gender gap in wages since globalisation. In a cross-country survey of the impact of globalisation on occupational gender wage gap using the data derived from International Labour Organization October inquiry, the study found that increase in economic growth and per capita income leads to reduction in occupational.


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Globalization and the gender wage gap by R. H. Oostendorp Download PDF EPUB FB2

For the period –99, there is information on the gender wage gap in narrowly defined occupations in more than 80 countries around the world. The author finds the following: • The occupational gender wage gap appears to be narrowing with increases in GDP per capita. The gender gap’s persistence and globalisation.

The power of observable characteristics in explaining the gender wage gap has decreased over time. More and more women get higher education and combine family life with having a career.1 Yet, there is still a gender wage differential, even in gender equal societies such as the Nordic countries.

There are several theoretical reasons why globalization will have a narrowing as well as a widening effect on the gender wage gap, but little is known about Author: Remco Oostendorp. Globalization and the Gender Wage Gap ABSTRACT There are several theoretical reasons why globalization will have a narrowing as well as widening effect on the gender wage gap, but little is known about the actual impact, except for a number of country studies.

This study provides a cross-country study of the impact of globalization on the. Globalization and the Gender Wage Gap Remco H.

Oostendorp There are several theoretical reasons why globalization will have a narrowing as well as a widening effect on the gender wage gap, but little is known about the actual impact, except for some country studies.

This study contributes to the literature in three Size: KB. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Oostendorp, R.H. (Remco H.), Globalization and the gender wage gap. Washington, D.C.: World Bank, Books shelved as wage-gap: The Sexual Paradox: Extreme Men, Gifted Women and the Real Gender Gap by Susan Pinker, The Price of Motherhood: Why the Most I.

Downloadable (with restrictions). There are several theoretical reasons why globalization will have a narrowing as well as a widening effect on the gender wage gap, but little is known about the actual impact, except for some country studies. This study contributes to the literature in three respects.

First, it is a large cross-country study of the impact of globalization on the gender. the gender wage gap Download the gender wage gap or read online books in PDF, EPUB, Tuebl, and Mobi Format.

Click Download or Read Online button to get the gender wage gap book now. This site is like a library, Use search box in the widget to get ebook that you want. First, it is a large cross-country study of the impact of globalization on the gender wage gap. 3 Second, it employs the rarely used ILO October Inquiry database, the most far-ranging global survey of wages with information on the gender wage gap in narrowly defined occupations in more than 80 countries for –99 (International Labour Cited by: This study contributes to the literature in three respects.

First, it is a large cross-country study of the impact of globalization on the gender wage gap. Second, it employs the rarely used ILO October Inquiry database, which is the most far-ranging survey of wages around the world.

Third, it focuses on the within-occupation gender wage. Downloadable. There are several theoretical reasons why globalization will have a narrowing as well as widening effect on the gender wage gap, but little is known about the actual impact, except for a number of country studies.

The author provides a cross-country study of the impact of globalization on the occupational gender wage gap, based on the rarely used but most far.

Get this from a library. Globalization and the gender wage gap. [R H Oostendorp; World Bank.] -- There are several theoretical reasons why globalization will have a narrowing as well as widening effect on the gender wage gap, but little is known about the actual impact, except for a.

Globalization and the gender wage gap (English) Abstract. There are several theoretical reasons why globalization will have a narrowing as well as a widening effect on the gender wage gap, but little is known about the actual impact, except for some country by: In addition, a gender wage gap exists all over the world, ranging from a percent difference in pay between men and women working full time in Belgium, to a 40 percent difference in South Korea.

The United States has an 18 percent gap, close to the average among industrialized countries. The global wage gap can largely be explainedFile Size: KB. 1 The wage gap is measured as the ratio between men's and women's earnings at the medians of their respective distributions.

The gap is not adjusted for some characteristics like education and experience; since these tend to favor men, the “true” wage gap may be less. OECD. Closing the Gender Gap: Act Now, p. Paris: OECD. The approach builds on new models that apply traditional trade theory (e.g., the Heckscher-Ohlin and Stolper-Samuelson theorems) to analyze the effect of globalization on gender-based earnings.

The authors find large positive wage premiums and a closing of the male-female wage gap during the MFA period, but smaller premiums and a widening wage Author: Yevgeniya Savchenko, Gladys Lopez Acevedo, Raymond Robertson. This report examines wages on an hourly basis.

Technically, this is an adjusted gender wage gap measure. As opposed to weekly or annual earnings, hourly earnings ignore the fact that men work more hours on average throughout a week or year. Thus, the hourly gender wage gap is a bit smaller than the 79 percent figure cited earlier. To investigate the link between the gender wage gap and exporting, we exploit a matched employer-employee data set covering all firms in the Norwegian manufacturing sector and their full-time employees between and There most certainly is a gender-based pay gap for doing the same work.

Female prostitutes make way more money than male prostitutes for doing exactly the same job.[1] [1] I made that up. I have no idea how much prostitutes make. Seriously, though. occupational wage gap. The impact of globalisation, however, on gender wage gap was found mixed and uncertain.

Baliamoune-Lutz () using cross-sectional data (5 yearly averages) looked at the effects of globalisation and growth on gender inequality. Her results found that.What impact has globalisation had on gender equality? This study examines the impacts of economic integration, technical change and access to information on gender inequality.

It argues that not everyone is benefiting from globalisation. Women, for whom existing constraints are most binding, are often left behind. While the forces unleashed by globalisation have lifted some [ ].Global Wage Report /15 of the International Labour Office [8] has mentioned that much research has attempted to interpret the gender wage .