Unequal Pay for Women and Men: Evidence from the British Birth Cohort Studies

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The authors argue that no amount of training, maternity and parental leave, or child care provisions will change women's economic status if pay treatment remains unequal-if the market values men's time more than women's. For most of recorded history, men's pay has tended to be higher than women's. This both reflects and underpins gender roles, with men's authority more highly valued socially as well as economically. In Unequal Pay for Women and Men, Heather Joshi and Pierella Paci look at why gender pay inequality matters. ...

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