6 edition of Gender, family, and economy found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||Rae Lesser Blumberg, editor.|
|Series||Sage focus editions ;, 125|
|Contributions||Blumberg, Rae Lesser.|
|LC Classifications||HD6060.6 .G46 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||311 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||311|
|ISBN 10||0803937555, 0803937563|
|LC Control Number||90043948|
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Their competing conceptions of the interrelationship of gender, family and economy are bolstered by empirical papers which raise questions of culture, class and race within the contexts of both the developed and developing worlds. Six of the articles in this volume were previously published as a Special Issue of Journal of Family : Paperback.
Their competing conceptions of the interrelationship of gender, family and economy are bolstered by empirical papers which raise questions of culture, class and race Gender the contexts of both Gender developed and developing worlds.
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Their competing conceptions of the interrelationship of gender, family and economy are family by empirical papers which raise questions of culture, class and race within the contexts of both the. Research by numerous individuals from a diverse set of disciplines, including economics, sociology, psychology, education, and finance, has focused recent attention on the continued need for retirement policy initiatives aimed at improving the prospects for women's retirement in the coming decades.
The purpose of this and economy book is to summarize this wide-ranging body of literature in an and economy book to Cited by: 9. Huber, J. A theory of family, economy, and gender. In R. Blumberg (Ed.), A SAGE Focus Edition: Gender, family, and economy: The triple overlap (pp.
Women and the Economy presents a comprehensive economic analysis of women's issues and the economic factors that have changed their lives – from marriage and fertility to work and pay.
This engaging textbook examines topics such as gender wage differentials, changes in marriage markets and fertility, and the rise of women's labor force activity.
It also includes coverage of a wide range of policy issues, from taxes to family Cited by: Women, Family, and Work is a collection of original essays on a wide variety of topics related to the economics of gender and the family.
Written by leading thinkers in the field, the essays apply traditional economic theory to unconventional topics, while also developing neoclassical economic thought to provide a better model of economic interactions.
12 newly-commissioned essays on the Author: Karine Moe. About this book Women, Family, and Work is a collection of original essays on a wide variety of topics related to the economics of gender and the family.
Written by leading thinkers in the field, the essays apply traditional economic theory to unconventional topics, while also developing neoclassical economic thought to provide a better model of economic interactions. Abstract. While the sharing economy has been celebrated as a flexible alternative to traditional employment for those with family responsibilities, especially women, it presents challenges for gender Cited by: 3.
This collection explores how pioneering gender equality policies have shaped women's economic presence in Europe since Equal pay policies, parental leave reforms, corporate quotas and electoral quotas have raised pressing questions about the effectiveness in promoting equal participation, as researchers quote both quantitative improvement in gender diversity and qualitative lag in.
'Most family business research has strangely managed to forget gender. This book changes all that by explicitly analysing gender inequalities in family business families. In so doing, Mulholland also furthers key understandings of the gendering of economy, and intersections of class, ethnicity and gender.'Brand: Palgrave Macmillan UK.
Book Series Working in Gender & Development book series. The WiGaD series brings together themed selections of the best articles from the journal Gender & Development, and other Oxfam publications repackaged in book form to reach a wide audience of development practitioners and policy makers, and students and academics.
Titles in this series present the theory and practice of gender-oriented. The debate about state regulation, the family, and gender in the last quarter of the twentieth century has revolved around the extent to which states have propped up a particular family form, but the positions taken are complicated and do not follow a simple political division between Left and Right.
Summary: Relating gender stratification and household and economic variables, this book provides theoretical concepts and research on these areas both inside the family and within the context of society.
Questions of culture, class and race are also considered within the developed and developing worlds. Globalization, Gender, and the Family Wolfgang Keller, Hâle Utar. NBER Working Paper No. Issued in NovemberRevised in May NBER Program(s):International Trade and Investment, Labor Studies This paper shows that in the presence of labor market shocks, child-bearing and child-rearing have far-reaching implications for gender inequality, household specialization and family Cited by: 4.
Description Women and the Economy uses the tools of contemporary economics to examine different aspects of women’s lives, from the labor market to family policy and structure. Economic theory is blended with empirical research and policy issues to explore the changes in the lives of American women in the twenty-first : On-line Supplement.
Gender and Family Issues in the Workplace Book Description: Today, as married women commonly pursue careers outside the home, concerns about their ability to achieve equal footing with men without sacrificing the needs of their families trouble policymakers and economists alike.
Family patterns in Europe have undergone extensive changes in the past half century. The early to mids marked the end of the “Golden Age of the Family” (Skolnick ; Sobotka ), with high marriage and birth rates at relatively young ages, few divorces, and a low prevalence of non-traditional family the late 20th century, fertility rates had declined well below the Cited by: GENDER: GENDER AND THE ECONOMY Women's economic participation in developing countries includes issues such as the invisibility of women's economic activities and their concentration mainly in low-wage and menial jobs in farming activities due to the lack of equal education and training, as well as limited access to productive assets, land and property, and credit.
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Nevertheless, using global data, she reveals that economic woman lags behind, with a severe economic power deficit, an unfulfilled promise of equal employment opportunity, a gendered impact of poverty and barriers to gender equality in the family.
The book analyses the trap of women’s increased burden of breadwinning in the context of Author: Frances Raday. Gender Economics is the fusion of sociology, economics and gender studies and looks at shifting current perceptions of gender and how we use these perceptions in framing economic policy.
Very often, it is an intersection of gender, values and beliefs that create policy decisions, many of which are based on outdated models.The second section questioned which gender (i.e.
male, female, or both) was more appropriate towards particular roles in the society, including family roles, social roles, and political : Amy Blackstone.