Sectoral Allocation by Gender of Latin American Workers Over the Liberalization Period of the 1990s
World Bank, Latin American and the Caribbean Region, Gender Sector Unit, 2001 - Apertura economica - America Latina - 19 pages
Did the types of jobs that men and women hold change during the recent period of economic reforms in Argentina, Brazil, and Costa Rica? Among both men and women in all three countries (except Brazilian men), workers have become more likely to hold informal wage jobs and less likely to hold formal sector jobs.
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