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Title: Some approaches to gender problem examination in Republic of Moldova
Authors: Naval, Elvira
Colesnicova, Tatiana
Keywords: gender
budget employees
regression estimation
earnings evaluation
Markov chain
transition matrix
labour demand
Republic of Moldova
Issue Date: 2020
Publisher: Artifex
Citation: NAVAL, Elvira, COLESNICOVA, Tatiana. Some approaches to gender problem examination in Republic of Moldova. In : Experience. Knowledge. Contemporary Challenges „ Humanity at a crossroad. Between digital Economy and Need for a Paradigm of going back to Nature”: international symposium, 6th edition, 14th-15th, May, 2020. Artifex University of Bucharest. Bucharest, 2020, pp. 324-344. ISBN 978-606-8716-54-1.
Abstract: In this article four approaches to gender problem examination in Republic of Moldova were proposed and discussed. First of them is referred to Gross Domestic Product maximization in respect with women and men labor force used. Second approach deals with Mincer`s “Human capital earnings function” approach to evaluation of the budget employees from one research institute. Stat data about wages payments for all categories of employees were used. Third approach represents an attempt to apply Markov chain for gender problem solving. Diagonal transition matrix was constructed. Problem of eigenvalues finding was solved and national economy stability problem was discussed. And the last approach considers gender inequality based on the selected data from the questionnaire on gender problems. Five indicators, namely: the perception of existence of inequality in the workplace, gender, age, the level of education and the sector of economic activity were selected. Regression function was defined, estimated and analysed.
Description: Referinţe bibliografice: pp. 341-344 (32 titl.). JEL Classification: C12, C61, C68, D91, D91, J16, J7. UDC: 339.5(478)/519.8.
ISBN: 978-606-8716-54-1
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