HDRO Conference Room
5 novembre 2009
Time: 12:30- 2:00 p.m.
This paper seeks to quantify gender inequality in Chile over a number of dimensions for which there is now information available from a new dataset commissioned by the Oxford Poverty and Human Development Initiative. The new dataset contains hitherto unavailable data on employment conditions, agency and empowerment, safety and security, shame and humiliation, and life satisfaction and subjective well-being.
About the Speaker
Gaston Yalonetzky has a DPhil in Economics and an MSc in Economics for Development, both from the University of Oxford. His is working as a Researcher for the Oxford Poverty and Human Development Initiative. Before his graduate studies he worked in the CIUP Research Centre in Lima, Peru. His research interests are in the fields of household economics, inequality of opportunity and economic discrimination, socio-economic mobility, and multidimensional human development.
HDR 2010 seminar series
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