Gender Differences in the Economic Well-Being of Nonaged Adults in the United States

@article{Ozawa2003GenderDI,
  title={Gender Differences in the Economic Well-Being of Nonaged Adults in the United States},
  author={M. Ozawa and H. Yoon},
  journal={Journal of Poverty},
  year={2003},
  volume={7},
  pages={122 - 97}
}
SUMMARY The attainment of economic parity between men and women has been a focal point of the women's movements in many countries. How much worse off are women economically? What are the net, gender differences in economic well-being when other factors are taken into account? What factors explain the level of economic well-being of women compared to men's? This article reports the results of a study of the gender differences in the economic well-being of women and men in the United States from… Expand
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