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Université de Neuchâtel

Transnational mobility among early-career academics: gendered aspects of negotiations and arrangements within heterosexual couples

Dahinden, Janine

In: Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 2017, vol. 43, no. 8, p. 1292-1307

Today, transnational mobility is often presented as indispensable for a successful academic career. This institutionalisation of transnational mobility for young academics has important effects in (re)producing or transforming gender inequalities. Building on the results of a qualitative study conducted at three universities – Zurich (Switzerland), UCLA (U.S.A), and Cambridge (UK) – this...

Université de Neuchâtel

Transnational mobility among early-career academics: gendered aspects of negotiations and arrangements within heterosexual couples

Schaer, Martine ; Dahinden, Janine ; Toader, Alina

(Working Papers MAPS ; 7)

Today, transnational mobility is often presented as indispensable for a successful academic career. This institutionalisation of transnational mobility for young academics has important effects in (re)producing or transforming gender inequalities. Building on the results of a qualitative study conducted at three universities – Zurich (Switzerland), UCLA (USA), and Cambridge (UK) – this paper...

Université de Fribourg

Birth weight and long-term outcomes in a developing country

Baguet, Marie ; Dumas, Christelle

(Working Papers SES ; 465)

This paper analyzes the empirical relationship between endowment at birth and long-term outcomes. Birth weight has been shown to influence outcomes later in life, suggesting that in-utero shocks have long lasting consequences. However, traditional measures of human capital at birth (i.e. birth weight) are potentially measured with error and endogenous. We deal with such issues thanks to the use...

Università della Svizzera italiana

Sharing high growth across generations : pensions and demographic transition in China

Song, Zheng ; Storesletten, Kjetil ; Wang, Yikai ; Zilibotti, Fabrizio

Intergenerational inequality and old-age poverty are salient isuues in contemporary China. China's aging population threatens the fiscal sustainability of its pension system, a key vehicle for intergenerational redistribution. We analyze the positive and normative effects of alternative pension reforms, using a dynamic general equilibrium model that incorporates population dynamics and...

Université de Neuchâtel

Wadon, lanang tur banten : les offrandes à Bali, une répartition genrée des tâches

Feller, Anaëlle ; Ghasarian, Christian (Dir.)

Mémoire de master : Université de Neuchâtel, 2011.

Ma recherche porte sur la pratique rituelle des offrandes à Bali dans une perspective genre. Elle démontre l’importance de cette pratique ancrée dans le social, la flexibilité des rôles dans les faits et la complexité de l’analyse des rapports de sexe. La notion de genre est utilisée en tant que processus social qui produit et reproduit le genre en abordant la socialisation...

Haute école de gestion de Genève

Wage inequality and segregation between native and immigrant workers in Switzerland : evidence using matched employee-employer data : cahier de recherche

Ramirez, José ; Müller, Tobias

Ce papier présente une analyse empirique de l’inégalité salariale et de la ségrégation entre suisses et immigrants au niveau de l’entreprise. Notre approche tient compte de l’interaction entre le niveau de qualifications et le statut d’immigration (i.e. type de permis). En premier lieu nous calculons les taux d’exposition dans le but d’analyser la ségrégation au niveau de...