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Judul Discounted labour? disaggregating care work in comparative erspective / Naomi Lightman
Nomor Panggil 331 ILR 156:2 (2017)
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Penerbitan Blackwell Publishing, 2017
Kata Kunci Care worker · wage differential · comparative study · Canada · Japan · Korea R · Taiwan · USA ·
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ISSN00207780
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VolumeVol. 156, No. 2, Juni 2017: hal. 243 - 268
Akses Elektronik
Institusi Pemilik Universitas Indonesia
Lokasi Perpustakaan UI, Lantai 4, R. Koleksi Jurnal
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This article contrast the earnings of high and low-status workers in canada, the United States, Japan, the Republic of Korea and Taiwan (China) using the micro-data files of Luxembourg Income Study. By disaggregating existing definitions of care work, the author identifies occupations with lower and higher degrees of "social closure", revealing the associated care penalties and care bonuses cross-nationally. She also empirically measures the extent of similarities (and differences) beetween an within care economies in "liberal" adn "productivist developmental" substantial convergence within the international care market.
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