The Economics of Gender in Mexico: Work, Family, State, and Market

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Mexico is experiencing significant demographic, social, and economic changes, and the distinct roles of women and men in the Mexican economy are changing as well. In both urban and rural areas, large numbers of young Mexican women are entering the labor force, and as girls' education reaches parity with boys, this trend will intensify. However, women continue to face special constraints on their economic activities which are largely related to their household roles and responsibilities. Macroeconomic change affects Mexican ...

The Economics of Gender in Mexico: Work, Family, State, and Market 2001, World Bank Publications, Washington, DC

ISBN-13: 9780821348864

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