A fair day's wage: gender inequality and off-farm employment in China
Mario Einaudi Center for International Studies, Cornell University, 1997 - Business & Economics - 46 pages
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Boserup China China-Cornell-Oxford Survey Chinese women coastal corporatist commodity markets commute decision making power dummy variable entry into off-farm family household farm female and male female entry female family members female heads female headship female labor female nonfarm workers female off-farm workers female-headed households gender inequalities growth Guangdong headed households heads of household household decision household head household income household power husbands indicates industrial output influence labor markets labor power labor queues Logistic Regressions male and female male family members male labor Male nonfarm labor Male Nonfarm Workers male off-farm workers male-headed Maoist maritime provinces market-driven economic development migrants non-agricultural off-farm jobs Official in household opportunities for off-farm Participate in Household percent poisson regression production markets ratio regional regression relative residential villages rural industry rural women sample Shandong state-owned enterprises status subsistence agriculture Table township unmarried variable measuring wage income wives women's opportunities Xiamen