Back-to-front down-under? Part-time/full-time wage differentials in Australia
In 2003, part-time employment in Australia accounted for over 42% of the Australian female workforce, nearly 17% of the male workforce, and represented 28% of total employment. Of the OECD countries, only the Netherlands has a higher proportion of working women employed part-time and Australia tops the OECD league in terms of its proportion of working men who are part-time. In this paper we investigate part-time fulltime hourly wage gaps using important new panel data from the new Household...[Show more]
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