Mothers' employment in wealthy countries: How do cultural and institutional factors shape the motherhood employment and working hours gap?
Existing research shows that women's employment patterns are not so much driven by gender, as by gendered parenthood, with childless women and men (including fathers) employed at substantially higher levels than mothers in most countries. We focus on the cross-national variation in the gap in e...
|Place of publication:||
Luxembourg Luxembourg Income Study (LIS) 2013
|published in:||LIS Working Paper Series Vol. 594|
|Data of publication:||2013|
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