The Economics of Women, Men, and Work
Prentice Hall, 2002 - Business & Economics - 446 pages
This text is designed for courses concerned with the economic status of women, economics of gender, and economics of the family, but is also applicable to interdisciplinary women's studies courses, introductory-level courses in economic problems, and as a supplement to general labour economics courses. The book draws into a single, accessible volume a summary and synthesis of research and data from economics and other social sciences on women, men, and work in the labour market and household.
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Changing Roles in a Changing Economy
Women and Men Changing Roles in a Changing Economy
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