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Formato: 2019
FEMALE EMPLOYMENT IN MEXICO AND SPAIN: A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF CURRENT FEATURES
Revista:
10 - 2004
Autores:
Cristina García Sainz, Teresa Rendón Gan
Resumen:
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
Archvo adjunto:
Temas:
Gender, labour market, segregation, wage inequality
Regional distribution of income and its polarization in the European Union
Revista:
10 - 2004
Autores:
Adolfo Maza Fernández
Resumen:

This paper analyses the regional distribution of income in Europe for the period 1980-1996 by means of non parametric techniques. In addition, it shows the existence of polarisation and it employs spatial statistic techniques to identify the poles.

Archvo adjunto:
Temas:
Mobility, polarisation, regions, European Union
Men and Women in The Labor Market: Parity Without Equality
Revista:
10 - 2004
Autores:
Margaret Maruani
Resumen:
The spectacular growth of female labour activity, which dates back to the
early sixties, is a phenomenon that no one foresaw and which persists to this
day as could also be said of precarious employment, lower economic growth,
and heightened massive and structural unemployment.
In the economic domain, parity exists, at least quantitatively. But it does
Archvo adjunto:
Temas:
labour, employment, activity, Gender, labour market, part time labou
Convergence, development and entrepreneurship in the process of economic globalization
Revista:
10 - 2004
Autores:
Francisco Javier Santos Cumplido
Resumen:
The transformations imposed by globalization have restored the academic interest for long-run economic dynamics since the nineties of the twentieth century. On the one hand, belonging to mainstream economics, researchers within the “growth theory” are insisting on the analysis of convergence processes across the world economy. And, on the other hand, following a multidisciplinary approach and generally denying the existence of convergence, researchers
Archvo adjunto:
Temas:
Economic Growth, economic development, globalisation, Entrepreneurship, industrial organization

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