BLOG 30.6.2021

Spouses who work together - Evidence on relative income within households

Spouses who work together - Evidence on relative income within households

New research by Natalia Zinovyeva and Maryna Tverdostup examines why there are many more couples where men slightly out-earn women than couples in which women slightly out-earn men. Previous research has attributed this discrepancy to the existence of a ‘gender identity norm’ that prescribes a bread-winner role to the husband and, consequently, limits the income of married women. Instead, the new study shows that the phenomenon is a reflection of earnings equalization in co-working couples which actually helps women to earn more.

Weekly seminar

25 November 2021

Pierre Koning (VU Amsterdam)

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10.30 AM - 11.30 AM

Weekly seminar

18 November 2021

Aspasia Bizopoulou (VATT)

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10.30 AM - 11.30 AM

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11 November 2021

Hannes Schwandt (Northwestern University)

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The seminar will exceptionally be held from 4 p.m. to 5 p.m. Finnish time.

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04 November 2021

Sander Ramboer (VATT)

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10.30 AM - 11.30 AM

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28 October 2021

Beatrix Eugster (University of St. Gallen)

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10.30 AM - 11.30 AM

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14 October 2021

Pietro Biroli (University of Zurich)

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10.30 AM - 11.30 AM

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07 October 2021

Tuomas Kosonen (VATT)

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10.30 AM - 11.30 AM

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30 September 2021

Michele Pellizzari (University of Geneva)

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10.30 AM - 11.30 AM

Weekly seminar

23 September 2021

Amelie Schiprowski (University of Bonn)

Interview Sequences and the Formation of Subjective Assessments

10.30 AM - 11.30 AM
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