Introduction Measurement of gender equality

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Introduction Measurement of gender equality Theoretical background and empirical strategy Data and empirical analysis Gender discrimination and Emigration: Push factor versus screening process hypothesis Thierry Baudassé and Rémi Bazillier 1 1 LEO - Université d'Orléans - CNRS INFER Workshop, Orléans Thierry Baudassé and Rémi Bazillier Gender discrimination and Emigration

  • short journey migrants

  • remittances female migrants

  • than men

  • men opportunity

  • screening process hypothesis

  • push factor versus screening process

  • female migration


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noitargimEdnanoitanimircsidredneGreillizaBiméRdnaéssaduaByrreihTWhenconsideringnon-wagemotivationsformigration:littleattentionforworkingconditionsInteresthasbeenfocusedondestinationcountries(pullfactors)PoorworkingconditionsinsourcecountriescanalsobeconsideredasapushfactorGenderandMigration:Ravenstein(1885,1889):“FemalesappeartopredominateamongshortjourneymigrantsLee(1966):FemalemigrantsasmostlydependantmoversLaubyandStark(1988):“Ifwomenmigratealone,theyfollowthesameroutes,aremotivatedbythesamesconsiderationsandexperiencethesameconsequencesasdomalemigrantsIntroductionsisylanalaciripmednaataDygetartslaciripmednadnuorgkcablaciteroehTytilauqerednegfotnemerusaeMnoitcudortnI