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On the Natural Intelligence of Women in a World of Constrained Choice: How the Feminization of Clerical Work Contributed to Gender Pay Equality in Early Twentieth Century Canada

Morris Altman () and Louise Lamontagne

Journal of Economic Issues, 2003, vol. 37, issue 4, 1045-1074

Date: 2003
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