Occupational segregation: the case of Italy : 1991/2 report
Manchester School of Management, University of Manchester, Institute of Science and Technology, 1992 - Manpower policy - 86 pages
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Underlying factors in the process of change
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20 employees aggregate Agronomists Appendix Banca Popolare banks career profile census census data changes Clerical workers Clerks class cn cn CN rn computer professionals computer science Credito Italiano de-segregation discrimination drivers eighties employment structure engine-driver engineering entry EOCT EUROSTAT fact female dominated feminization FFSS Fi/FN Fi/Ti firms graphologists headmasters hire increasing segregation index of dissimilarity industry IRPEF data ISTAT Italy keepers labour market large number male dominated occupations managers manual workers marginal matching Members of parliament Milan Ministero del Tesoro Ministry non-commissioned officers nuclear fuels industry number of women occupational distribution occupational segregation Popolare di Milano positive action public administration public sector qualification grade rank order difference researchers respect Rilevazione campionaria rn cn Roma school teachers self-employed professionals share of women skilled clerks Source staff Station master Tables 5.A tobacco processing total employment total number transport trends type of school vertical segregation Vice-head-clerk women employed