Intersections on the Road to Self-Employment: Gender, Family and Occupational Class

Are gender differences in the effects of family structure on self-employment participation robust across different forms of self-employment? Using event history analyses of competing risks and data spanning 20 years, I find that women enter non-professional and non-managerial self-employment to bala...

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Volume: 84
Main Author: Budig, Michelle J
Format: Journal Article
Language: English
Zielgruppe: Academic
Place of publication: CHAPEL HILL The University of North Carolina Press 01.06.2006
University of North Carolina Press
Oxford University Press
UNIV NORTH CAROLINA PRESS
published in: Social forces Vol. 84; no. 4; pp. 2223 - 2239
Data of publication: 2006-06
ISSN: 0037-7732
1534-7605
EISSN: 1534-7605
Discipline: Sociology & Social History
Bibliography: I thank Richard Arum, Paula England, Theodore Gerber, Naomi Gerstel, Donald Grant, Joya Misra, Hiromi Taniguchi and anonymous reviewers for Social Forces for comments on earlier drafts. This paper is based on dissertation research, funded in part by a pre-doctoral grant from the MacArthur Foundation Network on the Family and the Economy.
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