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THEORIES AND LITERATURE REVIEW
TAIWAN A NEWLY INDUSTRIALIZED COUNTRY
DATA VARIABLES AND METHODOLOGY
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capitalists class model coefficients core and periphery core sector distribution earning determination earning returns economic effects of class endowment component Examining female earnings female workers female-dominated occupations Gender and Industrial gender earning differences gender earning differentials gender earnings gap Goldthorpe Goldthorpe's class schema higher human capital theory Hypothesis income increased Individual-level and Structural-level individual-level variables Industrial Sectors labor power level variables lower earnings males and females managers manual workers marital status market and human Monthly Earnings multiple regression Newly Industrialized Countries nonmanual employee class nonmanual workers occupational status percentage Periphery Core Periphery periphery sector PETT proportion of female public sector regression analysis routine nonmanual employee rural areas Sectors in 1983 service class sex earnings gap significant skilled worker class small employers structural-level variables supervisors unskilled worker class urban and rural urban areas Variables by Gender wages whereas Women Men Women Wright's and Goldthorpe's Wright's class schema