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First Working Paper by GlobLabWS Project Published

As the fourth out of 15 projects, the project “Globalisation, Labour Markets, and the Welfare State” (GlobLabWS) has now published its first WSF Working Paper… 165 more words

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Empirical Analysis of Korean Female's Educational Hypogamy (2013)

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From 1993 to 2010, the proportion of female educational hypogamy – the tendency of like to marry down – has risen to 10.8%, which is greater than the proportion of male hypogamy. 126 more words

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Output Cost of Gender Discrimination in the Korean Labor Market (2016)

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Korea has achieved extraordinary economic growth over the past 50 years and heads into advanced economy. But gender equality remains an important issue in Korea. 100 more words

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New Insights into Work in Progress

One month ago, we published the first individual projects´ working papers on the WSF website. Since then, the WSF research projects have been busy producing four new working papers providing up-to-date insights into their innovative research and into the challenges the welfare state is confornted with in the 21st century. 132 more words

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WSF Working Paper Series Launched

The first WSF Working Paper was published today in our new Working Paper section. The paper by Spencer Bastani, Ylva Moberg and Håkan Selin from the project “Inequalities, Insurance, Incentives and Immigration: Challenges and Solutions for the Welfare State” examines the relationship between the extensive margin labor supply response to taxation and the employment level. 80 more words

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From ‘precarious informal employment’ to ‘protected employment’: the ‘positive transitioning effect’ of trade unions

Source: Global Labour University

by Melisa R. Serrano and Edlira Xhafa

This paper aims at contributing to the discussions on the challenge of transitioning from precarious informal employment to more protected employment. 130 more words

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