Open Access Honors Program Thesis
In this paper I explore the factors affecting women's labor force participation and wages in Costa Rica. First, I will investigate the role of education in women's labor markets. Second, I address the impact of dual labor markets and government policies on the participation and earnings of women. Finally, I recommend possible policy changes for Costa Rican labor law to benefit women.
Year of Submission
Department of Economics
University Honors Designation
A thesis submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the designation University Honors
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©2009 Kelsey Rinehart
Rinehart, Kelsey, "Women's Labor Markets in Costa Rica" (2009). Honors Program Theses. 715.