Occupational segregation among women: a human capital approach
S. W. Polachek, United States. Dept. of Labor. Office of the Assistant Secretary for Policy, Evaluation, and Research, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Dept. of Economics
Dept. of Economics, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1976 - Social Science - 27 pages
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804 Occupational Segregation a2jSt affect occupational analysis atrophy and home atrophy i.e. atrophy rates clerical correlation cycle labor force dependent variable earnings Equation 12 estimated existence of varying exposure f(St high atrophy home time affects home time coefficients home time increases household human capital accumulation Human Capital Approach human capital framework human capital model human capital stock investment labor force intermittency labor force participation labor market likelihood function ln P(oCl logit model male-female occupational managerial marital status maximize the present maximizes lifetime income measured menial occupations negative number of occupations number of women occupation affects home occupational choice occupational distribution occurring during periods order conditions P(ht P(OCx periods of labor Polachek polytomous present value professional question of causality rate of atrophy Schmidt and Strauss Segregation Among Women Simultaneous Equations skills Table techniques tion tional choice U.S. DEPARTMENT unit of human variable definitions varying compensating market Y2St Y5SMt