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date: 15 April 2024

Wages 

Source:
The Oxford Encyclopedia Women in World History
Author(s):
Ulla WikanderUlla Wikander, Ulla WikanderUlla Wikander, Ulla WikanderUlla Wikander

This entry consists of three subentries:

Comparative History

Family Wage

Fair Wage and Equal Pay

In parts of the world women's prospects for survival depend to a large extent on their ability to earn money. This is the conclusion to be drawn from a seminal contribution to understanding women's conditions by the Nobel Prize–winning economist ... ...

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