3 edition of Gender dimensions of globalization and modern sector employment in Indonesia found in the catalog.
Gender dimensions of globalization and modern sector employment in Indonesia
H. H. Aswicahyono
by South-East Asia and the Pacific Multidisciplinary Advisory Team, International Labour Office in Manila
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references (p. 59-60).
|Statement||by Haryo Aswicahyono, Raymond Atje, Tubagus Feridhanuisetyawan.|
|Series||SEAPAT working paper -- 5|
|Contributions||Atje, Raymond., Feridhanuisetyawan, Tubagus., South-East Asia and the Pacific Multidisciplinary Advisory Team.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 60 p. :|
|Number of Pages||60|
|LC Control Number||2009316508|
This edited volume, published in , is a collection of nineteen essays by participants in the international conference on Globalization and Gender, co-organized by The Gender Research Centre, Hong Kong Institute of Asia-Pacific Studies, The Chinese University of Hong Kong and the Women’s Studies Centre of Peking University in the relationship between globalization and gender equality, in contrast, mainly focus on the gender wage gap and women’s employment opportunities. The seminal study by Boserup () marks the beginning of this literature. From a naive theoretical viewpoint the relationship between deepening globalization and the gender wage gap in developing.
Indonesia - Gender Equality: Gender Mainstreaming (English) Abstract. This policy brief provides an overview of key achievements and outstanding issues in carrying out Presidential Instructions on gender mainstreaming (INPRES No. 9/), aimed at reducing the gap between Indonesian women and men in accessing and obtaining. The impact of globalization on gendered labour market indicators has been empirically investigated for single countries including Japan, Indonesia, India, and Pakistan. Kucera () found that foreign trade expansion adversely affected female employment in manufacturing sector in JapanFile Size: KB.
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Downloadable. Assesses the gender-differentiated impact of globalization in the past and the recent financial crisis on employment in the modern formal sector. Provides an economic assessment of the possible future of the formal labour market and suggests various policy options required for the adjustment towards globalization.
Covers mainly the period Cited by: 9. The gender dimensions of the globalization of production have undergone a rapid process. Women in Indonesia perceive employment in.
women aspire to non-manual service sector employment. The Gender of Globalization: Women Navigating Cultural and Economic Marginalities (School for Advanced Research Advanced Seminar Series) [Ann Kingsolver, Nandini Gunewardena, Karen Brodkin, Mary Anglin, William L.
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Gender, Development, and Globalization is the leading primer on global feminist economics and development. Lourdes Benería, a pioneer in the field of feminist economics, is joined in this second edition by Gunseli Berik and Maria Floro to update the text to reflect the major theoretical, empirical, and methodological contributions and global developments in the last by: Aswicahyono, Haryo.
& Atje, Raymond. & Feridhanuisetyawan, Tubagus., "Gender dimensions of globalization and modern sector employment in Indonesia," ILO Working PapersInternational Labour Organization.
Full references (including those not matched with items on IDEAS)Cited by: 4. The technological and communications revolutions have added new dimensions to women's long-standing organizational methods.
In one manifestation of "globalization from below", groups working for the recognition of women's human rights have furthered their skills and strengths in campaigning and communicating globally.
Globalization or globalisation is the process of interaction and integration among people, companies, and governments a complex and multifaceted phenomenon, globalization is considered by some as a form of capitalist expansion which entails the integration of local and national economies into a global, unregulated market economy.
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employment in production for global markets was simplistic: • Linda Lim’s argument (): X-oriented employment raised wages for women workers, with higher rates than in the case of local capital.
• The varieties of female employment: the service sector • The effects of. Gender, Development, and Globalization is the leading primer on global feminist economics and development. Lourdes Beneria, a pioneer in the field of feminist economics, is joined in this second edition by Gunseli Berik and Maria Floro to update the text to reflect the major theoretical, empirical, and methodological contributions and global.
Gender and the Global Economy'" Lourdes Beneriat"' Introduction This paper is largely an analysis of gender issues within the context of an increasingly glohalized economy. Its focus is the argument that, as this globalization proceeds, gender issues will necessarily take this increasingly international Size: 3MB.
Important works that examine the effects globalization and neoliberalism with an eye on gender and other vectors of identity such as race, class/caste, sexuality, and nation.
Score A book’s total score is based on multiple factors, including the number of people who have voted for it and how highly those voters ranked the book. AFFECTS OF GLOBALIZATION ON SEXUALITY • Most common way is the growth of consumerism and individualism • The dominating film and video industry of the United States offers new ways of constructing lives, along with identities based upon sexuality and.
terms of its contribution to the creation of more and better jobs in general, and the gender dimensions thereof. It reviews gender dimensions of overall global employment trends with a focus on selected key labour market indicators and the impact of export-led strategy on employment and Size: KB.
Globalization, employment and gender in the open economy of Sri Lanka pdf - MB This paper on Globalization, employment and gender in the open economy of Sri Lanka analyzes the gender dimensions of employment patterns in the open economy of.
how the exposure to global markets a⁄ects agents depending on their gender. In my thesis, I contribute to the literature by analyzing the e⁄ects of exposure to globalization on gender gap in labour market participation in Indonesia over the time period I –nd that the e⁄ects of globalization are very di⁄erent for males and.
These results are of course vitally important for development economics because gender equality in education, health, employment, etc. – whether these aspects of gender equality are spurred by globalization or not – have been shown to increase economic growth (see for example, Dollar and Gatti,Klasen,Knowles et al., Cited by: The informal sector has been considered as the primary source of employment for women in this context (Cassirer and Addati ).
The informal sector is viewed as both inferior and positive. We analyse the gender-specific effects of trade liberalization on work participation and hours of work and primary participation in domestic duties in Indonesia.
We show that female work participation increased in relative terms in regions that were more exposed to input tariff reductions, whereas the effects of output tariff changes were much Cited by: 2. 2 Overview The Gender and Globalization module introduces students to one of the most important effects of globalization: the transformations in women’s roles and statuses brought about at the local level by transnational economic and cultural Size: KB.
Book Description. Gender, Development, and Globalization is the leading primer on global feminist economics and development.
Lourdes Benería, a pioneer in the field of feminist economics, is joined in this second edition by Gunseli Berik and Maria Floro to update the text to reflect the major theoretical, empirical, and methodological contributions and global developments in the last decade.Women's labour market participation is low in Indonesia by international standards.
In addition, women are paid considerably less than men, even when differences in education levels are taken into.The gender of globalization has been obscured by “neutral” analytical lenses that overlook the powerful incongruity between women’s key roles in the global labor force and their social and economic marginalization, as well as their persistent efforts to navigate the processes that produce this Size: 52KB.