What women want: individual preferences, heterogeneous patterns? Women’s labour market participation patterns in comparative welfare state perspective

Yerkes, Mara Aileen (2006). What women want: individual preferences, heterogeneous patterns? Women’s labour market participation patterns in comparative welfare state perspective PhD Thesis, , The University of Amsterdam.

       
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Author Yerkes, Mara Aileen
Thesis Title What women want: individual preferences, heterogeneous patterns? Women’s labour market participation patterns in comparative welfare state perspective
Institution The University of Amsterdam
Publication date 2006
Thesis type PhD Thesis
Supervisor Frans Leijnse
Jelle Visser
Total pages 221
Total black and white pages 221
Language eng
Subjects 16 Studies in Human Society
169901 Gender Specific Studies
Abstract/Summary n/a
Keyword Women's employment
Comparative research
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