Heterogeneous impact of internet availability on female labour market outcomes in an emerging economy: Evidence from Indonesia
Nurmala Saputri and
No wp-2021-49, WIDER Working Paper Series from World Institute for Development Economic Research (UNU-WIDER)
Greater female labour market participation has important positive implications not only for women's empowerment and the well-being of their families but also for the economy they live in. In this paper, we examine the various effects of internet availability on women's labour market outcomes in Indonesia. As each worker subgroup tends to respond differently to changes in technology, examining the heterogeneity in the impact of internet availability on female labour market outcomes is central to our research.
Keywords: Internet; Labour market; Indonesia; Female labour force participation (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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Journal Article: Heterogeneous impact of internet availability on female labor market outcomes in an emerging economy: Evidence from Indonesia (2023)
Working Paper: Heterogeneous Impact of Internet Availability on Female Labour Market Outcomes in an Emerging Economy: Evidence from Indonesia
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