Women and Economics

Women’s pay and conditions in an era of changing workplace regulations:
Towards a “Women’s Employment Status Key Indicators” (WESKI) database

Prepared by Alison Preston, Therese Jefferson, Richard Seymour
WiSER - Women in Social & Economic Research Curtin University of Technology

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