In recent decades, the dramatic increase in female labour force participation was connected to significant changes in the economic opportunities reserved to women. However, gender disparities in the labour market still persist in many forms. In this study we want to verify if in the European labour markets higher gender differentials are directly connected with bad economic conditions. Starting from the GGLMI, a composite indicator designed and developed by the authors in a previous study, besides updating the results, we construct other three composite indicators analysing separately female and male conditions in the labour market and the gender gap.
|Titolo:||Gender disparities in European labour markets: a comparison between female and male employees|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2018|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||1.1 Articolo in rivista|