Higher Education as modulator of gender inequalities: Evidence of the Spanish case
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Pastor Monsálvez, José Manuel Perfil; Peraita de Grado, Carlos; Soler Guillén, Ángel Perfil
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Raising educational levels may help to reduce inequalities between men and women in certain social and economic aspects. Using statistics for Spain, we analyse labour market behaviours such as the rates of activity and unemployment by sex according to the educational level. The results reveal that the differences between men and women decrease as the educational level increases. In particular, the modulator effect of education is very important at the higher level, where differences in labour market behaviour between men and women with an university education almost disappear, except in terms of salaries. Nevertheless, it can be seen that the current economic crisis has reduced the modulator role of education in gender differences in Spain.

    Pastor Monsálvez, José Manuel; Peraita de Grado, Carlos; Soler Guillén, Ángel (2016) Higher Education as modulator of gender inequalities: Evidence of the Spanish case Higher education policy 29 1 63 88
http://dx.doi.org/10.1057/hep.2015.1
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