Comparable Worth: Theories and Evidence

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Transaction Publishers, 1992 - Social Science - 346 pages
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This volume provides a detailed description of the situation of women in employment today, and considers how sociological and economic theories of labor markets illuminate the gap in pay between the sexes.

"amust reading for anyone interested in economic policy, equal opportunity, and women's studies. No one else has interwoven the various strands of legal thought, economic and sociological theory, and feminist theory as applied to the concept of comparable into a single volume; the depth and breadth are remarkable." --"Mary Corcoran, Institute for Public Policy, University of Michigan"

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Paula England is professor of sociology at New York University where she specializes in the areas of changing family patterns, sexual behavior, gender and labor markets, and interdisciplinary integration. She is the author or editor of numerous books, including Social Class and Changing Families in an Unequal America , and Unmarried Couples with Children .

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