ANALYSIS OF LABOR MARKET SEGREGATION BY GENDER IN ROMANIA
Octavian Constantin Burghelea (),
Oana Camelia Iacob (),
Ana-Maria Volintiru () and
Marinela Geamanu ()
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Octavian Constantin Burghelea: Printec Group Romania, 53 Putul lui Zamfir
Oana Camelia Iacob: Hyperion University, 169 Calea Calarasi
Ana-Maria Volintiru: Amma Print SRL, Bucharest
Marinela Geamanu: Marinela GEAMANU
Internal Auditing and Risk Management, 2016, vol. 41, issue 1, 63-71
This article aims to highlight the analysis of labor market segregation in Romania. The labor market is defined by demand and supply of labor, which is in a close relationship with the ability to transform in order to meet the needs of the economy. In the situation when there is labor market segregation, the macroeconomic balance of the country is harmed. Special emphasis is placed on gender segregation that, although it does not manifest virulent across Romania, though this may delay the process of modernization and effective integration into the European single market. In society, appreciation conferred to "women's work" and "men's work" is not the same. Women and men have the same status in the community but they do not equally contribute to decision-making. These differences fluctuate from one society to another, from one culture to another and are titled "gender differences".
Keywords: employment, population structure, economic balance; earnings. (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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