Part-time participation over the life cycle among married women who work in the market
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Reported here are the estimates from two logit models of married women's labour force employment: a pooled unconditional logit that does not control for fixed effects and a conditional logit model incorporating fixed effects. Both sets of results indicate the presence of occupational segregation between part-time and full-time employment since the amount of part-time experience a woman has obtained increases the probability of part-time employment. These results are in agreement with those reported in previous studies that the presence of preschool children differentially encourages part-time employment. © 1993 Chapman & Hall Ltd. All rights reserved.
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Miller, Carole F.. "Part-time participation over the life cycle among married women who work in the market." Applied Economics 25, 1 (1993): 91-99. doi: 10.1080/00036849300000118.