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여성근로자의 노동조건에 따른 출산수준 차이와 정책방안(Effects of female employees’ working conditions on fertility and policy implications)

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  • 여성근로자의 노동조건에 따른 출산수준 차이와 정책방안(Effects of female employees’ working conditions on fertility and policy implications)
  • 김현식; 김지연
  • 한국보건사회연구원


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Title 여성근로자의 노동조건에 따른 출산수준 차이와 정책방안(Effects of female employees’ working conditions on fertility and policy implications)
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Author(Korean)

김현식; 김지연

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서울:한국보건사회연구원

Date 2012-12
Series Title; No 연구보고서 / 2012-47-4
ISBN 978-89-8187-980-8 93330
Pages 154
Subject Country South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language Korean
File Type Link
Subject Social Development < Population
Social Development < Employment
Holding 한국보건사회연구원

Abstract

South Korea has been experiencing lowest-low fertilities for more than a decade since 2001 inclusive. With the enactment of Low Fertility and Aging Society Basic Act in 2005, a nation-wide effort has been invested to boost low fertilities up. Numerous scholars also endeavored to isolate various factors, such as family composition, household income, housing ownership, that are supposed to be responsible for low fertilities. Working conditions of female employees, however, have rarely been related to low fertilities. This report is a small step toward that direction.
We attempt to examine effects of female employees' working conditions on differential fertility. More specifically, we are interested in effects of 1) job status indexed by the dichotomy between transient or daily and permanent job, 2) types of working time operationalized by ① nonstandard working time, ② standard but non-overtime work, ③ standard but overtime work, and 3) monthly wage categorized by ① 0-999K (Korea Won, 1K is approximately 0.9 US $), ② 1000-1,999K, and ③ 2,000K or more. (The rest is ommitted)