This thesis investigates the extent of the wage differentials between
females working full- and part-time in Australia and the United States, the
causes of these differentials and the effect these differentials have on the
aggregate ratio of female to male wages in both countries.
The thesis contributes to existing knowledge in three ways. Firstly, it
documents the magnitude and sign of the male/female wage ratio and the
full/part-time wage ratio for countries which include Australia and...[Show more]
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