2 edition of Gender discrimination in the Turkish labour market found in the catalog.
Gender discrimination in the Turkish labour market
Thesis (Ph.D) - De Montfort University, Leicester 1999.
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It concludes that discrimination is still an important cause of the gender pay gap: women’s pay would increase by about 10 per cent if they were rewarded in the labour market on the same basis. (Mb) Date Author. Capellari S., Chies L. and Zaccarin S. () ‘The Male–Female Wage Gap and the Firm Effect: The Case of Young Italian Workers’, Labour 18(4): – Gender Wage Gap in.
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