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Segregación ocupacional por razón de género y estatus migratorio en España y sus consecuencias en términos de bienestar

Olga Alonso-Villar and Coral del Rio Otero ()

EKONOMIAZ. Revista vasca de Economía, 2017, vol. 91, issue 01, 122-161

Abstract: In this paper we reflect, from a feminist perspective, on the labor disparities that exist among demographic groups whereas we present recent indicators with which to delve deeper into the analysis of occupational segregation by taking into account dimensions not included in the measurement of this phenomenon so far. Using these indicators and the microdata from the Spanish Labor Force Surveys (Encuestas de Población Activa) and Wage Structure Surveys (Encuestas de Estructura Salarial), we quantify the occupational segregation levels of four groups: foreign women, native women, foreign men, and native men over the period 2006- 2016. In addition, we measure the economic losses or gains that each of these groups derives from its occupational sorting, both in monetary and objective wellbeing terms.

Keywords: Gender; Género; bienestar; estratificación social; immigration; inmigración; occupational segregation; segregación ocupacional; social stratification; wellbeing (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: J16 J15 Z13 D63 B54 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2017
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