Publication


Maryia Akulava, Aleh Mazol
The Gender Wage Gap in Belarus: State vs. Private Sector.
Free Network, 2019,
JabRef BibTex, Abstract
This brief is based on research that studies gender difference in wages in Belarus using survey data from 2017. According to the results, the unconditional gender wage differential equals 22.6%. The size of the wage gap is higher in the state sector than in the private sector. Additionally, it increases in the state sector throughout the wage distribution and accelerates at the top percentiles, indicating the presence of a strong glass ceiling effect.

Reference


@incollection{Akulava2019a,
  author = {Maryia Akulava, Aleh Mazol},
  title = {The Gender Wage Gap in Belarus: State vs. Private Sector.},
  year = {2019},
  publisher = {Free Network},
  timestamp = {05.06.2020},
  series = {Policy Brief Series},
  abstract = {This brief is based on research that studies gender difference in wages in Belarus using survey data from 2017. According to the results, the unconditional gender wage differential equals 22.6%. The size of the wage
gap is higher in the state sector than in the private sector. Additionally, it increases in the state sector throughout the wage distribution and accelerates
at the top percentiles, indicating the presence of a strong glass ceiling effect.}
}
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