The male–female wage gap is a persistent global phenomenon. As the wage gap may discourage women from investing in human capital or participating in the labor market, understanding its root cause is important.
In many developing countries, disparity in access to quality education between girls and boys adversely impacts the girls’ ability to build human and social capital, lowering their job opportunities and wage in labor markets.
Impact of Gender Inequality on the Republic of Korea’s Long-Term Economic Growth: An Application of the Theoretical Model of Gender Inequality and Economic Growth
This paper presents a theoretical model that can analyze the impact of gender inequality on long-term economic growth.
Indonesia has been experiencing impressive economic growth. This paper proposes the implementation of laws to equalize opportunities and wages among workers, especially in the public sector.