Evaluating the pin money hypothesis

the relationship between women"s labour market activity, family income and poverty in Britain
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StatementSusan Harkness, Stephen Machin and Jane Waldfogel.
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ContributionsMachin, Stephen., Waldfogel, Jane., Suntory-Toyota International Centre for Economics and Related Disciplines.
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In this paper we evaluate the hypothesis that the over-representation of women amongst the low paid is of little importance because women‘s earnings account for only a small proportion of total family income.

Data from the General Household Survey (GHS), together with attitudinal evidence from three cross-sectional data sources, indicate that women‘s earnings are in fact an important and Cited by: Evaluating the pin money hypothesis: the relationship between women's labour market activity, family income and poverty in Britain.

Harkness S, Machin S, Waldfogel J. "In this paper we evaluate the hypothesis that the over-representation of women amongst the low paid is of little importance because women's earnings account for only a small Cited by: Evaluating the Pin Money Hypothesis: The relationship between women's labour market activity, family income and poverty in Britain Susan Harkness, Stephen Machin and Jane Waldfogel Published January.

Harkness, S, Machin, S and Waldfogel, J () Evaluating the pin-money hypothesis: the relationship between women's labour market activity family income and poverty in Britain. Journal of Population Economics, pp.

ISSN Full text not available from this by: Jane Waldfogel & Susan Harkness & Stephen Machin, "Evaluating the pin money hypothesis: The relationship between women`s labour market activity, family income and poverty in Britain," Journal of Population Economics, Springer;European Society for Population Economics, vol.

10(2), pages Handle: RePEc:spr:jopoec:vyip. Evaluating the pin money hypothesis: The relationship between women`s labour market activity, family income and poverty in Britain In this paper we evaluate the hypothesis that the over-representation of women amongst the low paid is of little importance because women`s earnings account for only a small proportion of total family income.

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Second, among adult women, the proportion living with a partner has fallen, and therefore the number of women who must rely on their own earnings has risen Hypothesis testing or significance testing is a method for testing a claim or hypothesis about a parameter in a population, using data measured in a sample.

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Canada has experienced a lengthy period of economic recovery, since the recession of the early s, and many families' standard of living has improved. I evaluate the 'pin money' hypothesis of the feminist scholarship, which is closely linked to what economists often refer to as an 'added worker effect'.

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An improved economy may generate incentives for some married women in various occupations to make significant alterations to their labour market connections. Panel data are used to examine the. The s — a time when only around a third of women were in the work force and their earnings were often referred to as “pin money” — saw the rapid rise of job evaluation tools, which.

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See, for example, Stephens. DeRiviere has estimated the size of a related effect called the "pin-money" hypothesis. [back to text] References.

DeRiviere, Linda. "Have We Come a Long Way. Using the Survey of Labour and Income Dynamics to Revisit the 'Pin Money' Theory." Journal of Socio-Economics, Vol.

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