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Gender segregation in the labour market: root causes, implications and policy responses in the EU

Gender segregation in the labour market: root causes, implications and policy responses in the EU

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Published by Mary McKeon
European Commission Employment, Social Affairs and Equal Opportunities. This publication is supported under the European Community programme for employment and social solidarity (2007–13) (Progress).
European Commission Employment, Social Affairs and Equal Opportunities. This publication is supported under the European Community programme for employment and social solidarity (2007–13) (Progress).

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Published by: Mary McKeon on Feb 04, 2012
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European Commission
Gender segregationin the labour market
Root causes, implications and policy responses in the EU
 
This publication is supported under the European Community programme or employment and socialsolidarity (2007–13) (Progress). This programme is managed by the Directorate-General or Employment,Social Aairs and Equal Opportunities o the European Commission. It was established to inanciallysupport the implementation o the objectives o the European Union in the employment and social aairsarea, as set out in the social agenda, and thereby contribute to the achievement o the Lisbon strategygoals in these ields.The seven-year programme targets all stakeholders who can help shape the development o appropriateand eective employment and social legislation and policies, across the EU-27, EFTA–EEA and EU candidateand pre-candidate countries.The mission o Progress is to strengthen the EU contribution in support o Member States’ commitmentsand eorts to create more and better jobs and to build a more cohesive society. To that eect, progresswill be instrumental in:
•providinganalysisandpolicyadviceonProgresspolicyareas;•monitoringandreportingontheimplementationofEUlegislationandpoliciesinProgresspolicyareas;•promotingpolicytransfer,learningandsupportamongMemberStatesonEUobjectivesandpriorities;and•relayingtheviewsofthestakeholdersandsocietyatlarge.
For more inormation see:
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Francesca Bettio and Alina Verashchagina
European CommissionDirectorate-General or Employment, Social Aairs and Equal OpportunitiesUnit G1Manuscript completed in March 2009Ingrid Mairhuber (Austria) Ilze Trapenciere (Latvia)Danièle Meulders (Belgium) Ulrike Papouschek (Liechtenstein*)Iskra Beleva (Bulgaria) Ruta Braziene (Lithuania)Alexia Panayiotou (Cyprus) Robert Plasman (Luxembourg)Alena Křížková (Czech Republic) Frances Camilleri-Cassar (Malta)Ruth Emerek (Denmark) Anne Lise Ellingsæter (Norway*)Reelika Leetmaa (Estonia) Ania Plomien (Poland)Hanna Sutela (Finland) Virgínia Ferreira (Portugal)Rachel Silvera (France) Elena Zamr (Romania)Friederike Maier (Germany) Magdalena Piscová (Slovakia)Maria Karamessini (Greece) Aleksandra Kanjuo Mrčela (Slovenia)Karoly Fazekas (Hungary) Elvira González Gago (Spain)Lilja Mósesdóttir (Iceland*) Anita Nyberg (Sweden)Ursula Barry (Ireland) Janneke Plantenga and Chantal Remery (Netherlands)Francesca Bettio and Alina Verashchagina (Italy) Colette Fagan (United Kingdom)
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Root causes, implications and policy responses in the EU
European Commissions Expert Group on Gender and Employment (EGGE)The national experts and co-authors (* indicates non-EU countries)

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