FEMALE EMPLOYMENT IN MEXICO AND SPAIN: A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF CURRENT FEATURES

Massive incorporation of women into the labour force has been a generalised
phenomenon in most of the world during the current globalisation process.
However, the specific features assumed by such a phenomenon are conditioned
by the geopolitical context in which it takes place; it is necessary to
deepen on the nature of those features. This work attempts to shed some light
on this matter by comparing the characteristics and recent evolution of female
labour in two economies involved each in a different course of economic
integration: Mexico and Spain. In order to identify those characteristics that
are common to both countries and specific to each one, with regard to female
labour, the keys to employment segregation and pay inequality between
men and women, in the last decade, in both countries, are analysed.
Journal: 
10
Authors: 
Cristina García Sainz
Teresa Rendón Gan
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