Suchprofil: Gender_wage_gap
Durchsuchter Fertigstellungsmonat: 01/08



   Journal= {The Economic Journal},
   Volume= {118},
   Number= {526},
   Author= {Alan Manning and Barbara Petrongolo},
   Title= {The part-time pay penalty for women in Britain},
   Year= {2008},
   Pages= {F28-F51},
   ISBN= {ISSN 0013-0133},
   Abstract= {"Women in Britain who work part-time have, on average, hourly earnings about 25% less than that of women working full-time. This gap has widened greatly over the past 30 years. This article tries to explain this part-time pay penalty. It shows that a sizeable part of the penalty can be explained by the differing characteristics of FT and PT women. Inclusion of standard demographics halves the estimate of the pay penalty. But inclusion of occupation makes the pay penalty very small, suggesting that almost the entire unexplained gap is due to occupational segregation. The rise in the pay penalty over time is partly a result of a rise in occupational segregation and partly the general rise in wage inequality. Policies to reduce the pay penalty have had little effect and it is likely that it will not change much unless better jobs can be made available on a part-time basis." (author's abstract, IAB-Doku) ((en))},
   Annote= {Schlagwörter: erwerbstätige Frauen; Teilzeitarbeitnehmer; Benachteiligung; Lohnunterschied; Vollzeitarbeit; Teilzeitarbeit; Frauenberufe; Arbeitsmarktsegmentation; berufliche Mobilität; Lohnhöhe; ; Großbritannien; ; },
   Annote= {Sprache: en},
   Annote= {IAB-Sign.: Z 019},
   Annote= {Quelle: IAB, SB Dokumentation und Bibliothek, LitDokAB, k080129n05},


   Annote= {Sign.: 96-32.0104;},
   Institution={National Bureau of Economic Research, Cambridge (Hrsg.)},
   Author= {Rene Boeheim and Ana Rute Cardoso},
   Title= {Temporary help services employment in Portugal, 1995-2000},
   Year= {2007},
   Pages= {33},
   Annote= {Art: Arbeitspapier; graue Literatur},
   Address= {Cambridge},
   Series= {NBER working paper},
   Number= {13582},
   Annote= {URL:},
   Abstract= {"Whereas there is widespread belief that workers in temporary help services (THS) are subject to poorer working conditions, in particular pay, than comparable workers in the rest of the economy, there is little evidence on whether that is driven by the sector per se or by the workers' characteristics. The first aim of this analysis is to quantify the wage penalty, if any, for workers in THS firms. Secondly, we analyze the wage profile of workers right before and after spells of THS. Linked employer-employee data for Portugal enable us to account for observable as well as unobservable worker quality. Our results show that workers in THS firms earn lower wages than their peers and that this difference is mostly due to the workers' characteristics. We estimate that workers in THS firms earn on average 9% less than comparable workers in the rest of the economy if we control for the workers' observable attributes only. This difference is reduced to about 1% when we control for unobservable characteristics as well. However, interesting differences emerge across groups. Younger workers, both men and women, earn higher wages in TAW than their peers in other firms, while the opposite holds for prime-age and older workers. Moreover, for young workers THS firms is not associated with a stigma effect that slows their wage progression after they work for THS, as opposed to prime-age and older workers, in particular males. Also before entering THS the wage trends are different. Prime-age and older workers, both male and female, see their wages deteriorate relative to their peers before entering THS, suggesting that adverse labor market conditions may motivate them to search for a THS job. On the contrary, for young workers we do not detect any pre-THS wage trend." (author's abstract, IAB-Doku) ((en))},
   Annote= {Schlagwörter: Zeitarbeit; Beschäftigungsentwicklung; Zeitarbeitnehmer; Leiharbeit; Leiharbeitnehmer; Lohnunterschied; Lohnhöhe; Einkommenseffekte; Berufsverlauf; altersspezifische Faktoren; geschlechtsspezifische Faktoren; Lohnentwicklung; Portugal; },
   Annote= {Bezugszeitraum: A 1995; E 2000},
   Annote= {JEL-Klassifikation: D21; J31; J40;},
   Annote= {Sprache: en},
   Annote= {IAB-Sign.: 96-32.0104},
   Annote= {Quelle: IAB, SB Dokumentation und Bibliothek, LitDokAB, k080118f21},

   Institution={Zentrum f{\"u}r Europ{\"a}ische Wirtschaftsforschung, Mannheim (Hrsg.)},
   Author= {Elke Wolf and Anja Heinze},
   Title= {How to limit discrimination? : analyzing the effects of innovative workplace practices on intra-firm gender wage gaps using linked employer-employee data},
   Year= {2007},
   Pages= {45},
   Annote= {Art: Arbeitspapier; graue Literatur},
   Address= {Mannheim},
   Series= {ZEW discussion paper},
   Number= {07-077},
   Annote= {URL:},
   Abstract= {"This paper provides a new approach to assess the impact of organisational changes fostering employee involvement, performance related pay schemes and other relevant trends in personnel policy on the gender wage gap. Our results indicate that innovative human resource practices tend to limit the wage differential between men and women. The innovation of this study is that we use linked employer-employee data to look at within-firm gender wage differentials. To investigate the theoretical hypotheses regarding the effect of selected human resource measures on gender wage inequality, we calculate a firm-specific gender wage gap accounting for differences in individual characteristics." (author's abstract, IAB-Doku) ((en))},
   Annote= {Schlagwörter: Arbeitsorganisation - Auswirkungen; Diskriminierung; erwerbstätige Frauen; erwerbstätige Männer; Lohnunterschied; organisatorischer Wandel; Leistungslohn; Mitbestimmung; Personalpolitik; human resource management; Innovation; interner Arbeitsmarkt; IAB-Linked-Employer-Employee-Datensatz; betriebliche Weiterbildung; Teamarbeit; Unternehmenskultur; Bundesrepublik Deutschland; },
   Annote= {Bezugszeitraum: A 1998; E 2003},
   Annote= {JEL-Klassifikation: J16; J31},
   Annote= {Sprache: en},
   Annote= {Quelle: IAB, SB Dokumentation und Bibliothek, LitDokAB, k080109n04},

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