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Determinants of Married Womens Labor Force Partici
Review of Trends in Womens Labor Force Participation
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binomial logit model birth interval cent child characteristics child under age clerical workers controlling for earlier current labor force determinants of married developing countries different work statuses earlier work experiences economic activities effect on rural extended household family farm family-workers farmers and agricultural female labor force forces of different husband's characteristics husband's education husband's occupation husband's work status independent variables Korea labor force participation married women's labor married women's participation multinomial logit model number of children occupational distribution overall labor force paid employees paid-employed or self-employed pattern positive effect professional and clerical role rural areas sector Self-employed Fami shadow price single women stages of marriage status Paid-employed subsistence agricultural Table unpaid family workers urban areas urban married women urban sample urban women Vfork want more births wives of farmers wives of paid wives of paid-employed wives of professional wives of self-employed women's labor force workers tend youngest child Z-score