|Article title||THEORETICAL ASPECTS OF ECONOMETRIC MODELLING OF WOMEN EMPLOYMENT IN NOWADAYS RUSSIA|
|Section||SECTION VI. MATHEMATICAL MODELLING OF SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC PROCESSES|
|Month, Year||06, 2012 @en|
|Abstract||Providing women that have children with employment and social insurance arrangements are the major tasks for the government. It’s important to assess which variant is preferable for the state: a part-time employed mother will take public childcare, or there will be necessary to expand commercial childcare, or funding of maternity leave and childcare subsidies should be increased. It determines the necessity to take into account the structural characteristics of households exerting significant influence on women labor supply, and to build combined equations reflecting this influence.|
|Keywords||Labor market; social policy; child care and motherhood protection; incomes; full-time and part-time employment; regression; ordered probit model; dichotomous variable; multinominal logit model.|
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