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Understanding the gender gap : an economic history of american women

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Goldin, Claudia
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Understanding the gender gap an economic history of american women / Claudia Goldin.
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New York :   Oxford University Press,   c1990.  
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xviii, 287 p. : ; 24 cm.
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0195050770 0195072707(pbk)
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Includes bibliographical references and index
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CONTENTS
1. Women's Experience in the American Economy = 3
2. The Evolution of the Female Labor Force = 10
 The Measure of Market Work = 13
 Labor Force Participation of Married Women Since 1890 = 16
  Cohorts of White Married Women = 17
   Cohorts Versus Cross Sections = 21
   Implications of Cohort Change = 23
  Cohorts of Nonwhite Married Women = 27
  Life-Cycle Labor Force Participation and Work Experience = 28
   Direct Measures of Life-Cycle Work = 30
   Work Experience, 1930 to 1950 = 37
 Economic Development and the Life Cycle of Work = 42
  Corrections to the c. 1890 Data = 43
  Participation Rates Before 1890: Married and Adult Women = 46
  Participation Rates Before 1890: Single Women = 50
  Single Women in the Labor Force, 1890 to 1930 = 54
 Summary: The Work of Women, 1790 to 1988 = 55
3. The Gender Gap in Earnings and Occupations = 58
 The Gender Gap in Earnings over the Long Run, 1815 to 1987 = 59
  The Ratio of Female to Male Full-time Earnings = 59
   Manufacturing and Agriculture, 1815 to 1970 = 63
   All Workers, 1890 to 1987 = 68
  Occupational Segregation and the Male-Female Wage Gap = 71
  Sources of Change in the Ratio of Male to Female Earnings = 73
 The Gender Gap in Occupations = 74
  Occupational Distributions Among White and Black Women = 74
  Occupational Segregation by Sex, 1900 to 1980 = 75
   Occupational Segregation in Manufacturing, 1900 = 77
   Implications of Occupational Segregation = 81
 Summary: Earnings and Occupations = 82
4. The Emergence of "Wage Discrimination" = 83
 A Measure of "Wage Discrimination" = 84
 "Wage Discrimination" in Recent Studies = 87
 Discrimination and "Wage Discrimination" = 88
 Explaining Differences Between Male and Female Earnings = 90
  Manufacturing, 1888 to 1907 = 91
   Female Manufacturing Workers = 93
   Earnings of Manufacturing Workers = 97
   "Wage Discrimination" in Manufacturing = 101
  Clerical Sector, 1940 = 105
   Clerical Work and Clerical Workers = 106
   Earnings of Clerical Workers = 107
   "Wage Discrimination" in Clerical Work = 110
 The Origins of "Wage Discrimination" = 114
 Summary: "Wage Discrimination" = 117
5. The Changing Economic Role of Married Women = 119
 Explaining Long-term Trends in Married Women's Labor Force Participation = 122
  Supply Versus Demand = 122
  Labor Supply: Income, Wage, and Substitution Effects = 124
  A General Model of the Labor Market for Married Women = 126
  Estimates of Income, Wage, and Substitution Effects = 131
  Applying the General Model, 1890 to 1980 = 136
 A Cohort Approach to Change in Married Women's Labor Force Participation = 138
  Cohort Differences in Fertility = 139
  Cohort Differences in Education = 143
  Occupational and Educational Change = 143
  A Cross-Section, Time-Series Model = 149
 Expectations and Cohort Labor Force Participation = 154
 Summary: Married Women in the Labor Force = 157
6. Why Did Change Take So Long? = 159
 Marriage Bars = 160
  Extent of the Marriage Bar = 161
  Firm-Level Evidence, 1931 and 1940 = 166
  Evidence from Local School Districts = 170
  Explaining the Marriage Bar = 171
  The Decline of the Marriage Bar in the 1950's = 174
  The Long-Run Impact of the Marriage Bar = 177
 Hours of Work and Part-time Employment = 179
  Hours of Work = 179
  Part-time Employment = 180
 Summary: Easing the Constraints = 183
7. The Political Economy of Gender = 185
 Historical Dimensions of Public Policy = 186
 Origins and Impact of Protective Legislation = 189
  Hours and Employment Effects of Maximum Hours Legislation = 195
  Protective Legislation Versus Equality = 198
 The Federal Government and the Economic Status of Women = 199
  The President's Commission on the Status of Women, 1963 = 200
  The 1963 Equal Pay Act and Title VII of the 1964 Civil Rights Act = 201
 Origins of Discontent = 202
  Perceptions of Discrimination = 203
  Discontent Among College Graduates = 206
 The New Political Economy of Gender: Comparable Worth and Title VII = 208
 Summary: Altering the Rules = 210
8. Economic Progress and Gender Equality = 211
 The Present = 211
 The Past = 213
 The Future = 215
Appendix to Chapter 2: Corrections to the c. 1890 Female Labor Force Participation Rates = 219
Data Appendix = 228
Notes = 233
References = 263
Index = 281


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