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Gender Segregation and Mobility on the Russian Labor Market

Inna Maltseva, 
Sergey Roshchin
2007
In Russian
Number of pages: 296
ISBN: 978-5-7598-0461-1

The monograph explores the specifics of the situation of men and women in the Russian labor market, studies the phenomenon of gender segregation beginning with the Soviet epoch and to present days, discusses causes and consequences of gender segregation on the labor market, draws comparisons with international practices. Based on the Russian statistical data and the Russian monitoring of economic situation and health of the population, the study conducts empirical evaluations of intensity and directions of labor mobility according to gender groups, as well as the way mobility influences gender differences in wages and segregation. Vertical segregation and the problem of “glass ceiling” in Russian economy is separately explored.

Addressed to economists, sociologists, experts in the field of employment and management of human resources.
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