Economics of occupational segregation

The Economics of Occupational Segregation is a module that Close the Gap commissioned Glasgow Caledonian University Business School to develop. Here you will find the complete training materials.

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Economics of occupational segregation: Introduction

An introduction to Economics of Occupational Segregation.

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Handout 1: Key concepts

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Handout 3: Statistics

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Handout 4: Gender and productivity

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Handout 6: Quote

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Handout 7: Single status agreement

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Handout 8: Modern Apprenticeships

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Notes: Glossary

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Notes: References

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