Women's Sexual Orientation and Labor Market Outcomes in Greece

@article{Drydakis2011WomensSO,
  title={Women's Sexual Orientation and Labor Market Outcomes in Greece},
  author={Nick Drydakis},
  journal={Feminist Economics},
  year={2011},
  volume={17},
  pages={117 - 89}
}
Abstract This study is the first to use a field experiment to provide information on the relationship between women being lesbian and their hiring prospects in Greece. Data for 2007–8 support previous findings (in Canada and Austria) indicating that lesbians face hiring discrimination. The study finds that the estimated probability of lesbian applicants receiving an invitation for an interview is 27.7 percent lower than that for heterosexual women applicants. More importantly, the study shows… Expand
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