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Feminization of occupations and its effect on gender wage gap in South Mediterranean Countries

Auteur : M. Salman Doaa, Adel Marina, Said Mona ...[et al.]
Année de Publication : 2019
Type : Rapport
Thème : Société

Résumé/Sommaire :

Executive summary
Section one : feminization of occupation and gender segregation in Egypt and Jordan
1. Literature review
1.1. Gender inequality in economic theories
1.1.1 Marxist feminism theories and gender inequality
1.1.2. Neo classical theory and gender inequality
1.1.3 Theory of human capital
1.1.4. Institutional ways of discrimination
1.2. Channels of gender wage gap / inequality
1.3. Empirical studies
1.3.1 Occupational segregation as an explanation for the gender wage gap
1.3.2 Female’s expected earnings and individual characteristics as determinants of gender wage gaps
1.3.3 The role of institutions and feminization of Jobs
1.3.4 Feminisation of occupations and the gender wage gap
2. Feminization of occupations and gender segregation in Egypt and Jordan
2.1. Stylized facts
2.1.1 Gender dimension in the labor market in Egypt and Jordan
2.1.2 Gender Gap Index
2.1.3 Wage gap in Jordan and Egypt
2.2. Analysis of Labor Markets : using JLMPS and ELMPS
3. Model specifications and estimation
3.1 Index of association (IA), ELMPS 2012, JLMPS2016
3.2 Determinants of the IA
3.4 Jordan results of IA determinants
3.5 Decomposition model is estimated as follows
3.5.1 Oaxaca-blinder decomposition analysis of gender pay Gap
3.5.1 .1 Oaxaca-blinder decomposition analysis of gender pay Gap- Egypt
3.5.1 2 Oaxaca-blinder decomposition analysis of gender pay Gap- Jordan
3.6 Discussion of findings
4. Conclusion
5. Recommendations
6. What policies were adopted in each country to empower women?
Section two : occupational segregation and the evolution of the gender wage Gap in Egypt : evidence from Egypt labor panel surveys
1. Estimation model
2. Data and Variable specification
2.1 Egyptian labor market panel survey
2.2 Variable specification
3. Empirical results
3.1 Descriptive analysis
3.2 Determinants of Work status choice : multinomial logit model
3.3 OLS and selectivity-corrected wage equation estimates
3.4 Alternative decompositions of gender wage differentials
4. Conclusion and recommendations

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