The Economics of Women, Men, and Work
This book introduces readers to the findings of research on women, men, and work in the labor market and household. The Third Edition has been expanded and updated to reflect recent changes in the labor market and the family. All data have been revised and references have been updated to consider the most recent research on each subject covered.
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