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  • Date
    2011-10-24
  • Title
    Access to non-pecuniary benefits: does gender matter? Evidence from low- and middle-income countries
  • Journal

  • Publisher
    Human Resources for Health
  • Year
    2011
  • Author
    Gupta N & Alfano M
  • Description
    "Gender issues remain a neglected area in most approaches to health workforce policy, planning and research. There is an accumulating body of evidence on gender differences in health workers' employment patterns and pay, but inequalities in access to non-pecuniary benefits between men and women have received little attention. This study investigates empirically whether gender differences can be observed in health workers' access to non-pecuniary benefits across six low- and middle-income countries." (extract from abstract)
  • Categories
    Nursing Human Resources Management, Good/Promising Practices in Nursing Recruitment and Retention
  • Keywords
    gender, incentives, equality, benefits, low-income, middle-income
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