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changing role of education in the marriage market

Feng Hou

changing role of education in the marriage market

assortative marriage in Canada and the United States since the 1970s

by Feng Hou

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Published by Statistics Canada in Ottawa, Ont .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Marriage -- Canada.,
  • Marriage -- United States.,
  • Education -- Canada.,
  • Education -- United States.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Feng Hou and John Myles.
    SeriesResearch paper series (Statistics Canada. Analytical Studies Branch) -- no. 299.
    ContributionsMyles, John, Statistics Canada. Analytical studies Branch.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination39 p. :
    Number of Pages39
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22247556M
    ISBN 109780662460282

      Women who defer marriage to go to college and pursue a career are finding that by the time they decide to marry, the marriage market has, in effect, evaporated, according to a . life. Partly in response to the changing culture, the pay gap between men and women shrank from the late s through at least in many European countries as well as the U.S. (Blau/Kahn ), and this may also have played a role in increasing the attractiveness of education to women. These changes have been uneven, however.

    market, and the book of rules governing who can get married or divorced where and when, has become much thinner. Yet much of the current political debate is precisely about re-regulatingFile Size: 56KB. marriage market affect marriage. More specifically, based on the magnitude of this relationship found in five such studies, we estimate that the change in men’s employment and earningsFile Size: 1MB.

      The Changing Role of Women in Employment in Eastern Europe. Gillian Paull. External publication 01 Feb Share. Related Information The marriage market, labor supply and education choice. In this paper, we develop an equilibrium lifecycle model of education, marriage and labor supply and consumption in a transferable utility by: education anticipating returns in the marriage market and the labor market. They then match based on the economic value of marriage and on preferences. Equilibrium in the marriage market determines intrahousehold allocation of resources. Following marriage households (married orCited by: 8.


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Changing role of education in the marriage market by Feng Hou Download PDF EPUB FB2

The changing role of education in the marriage market. The Changing Role of Education in the Marriage Market: Assortative Marriage in Canada and the United States Since the s by Feng Hou and John Myles* 11F No. ISSN: The changing role of education in the marriage market: assortative marriage in Canada and the United States since the s Author: Feng Hou ; John Myles ; Statistics Canada.

The Changing Role of Education in the Marriage Market: Assortative Marriage in Canada and the United States since the s By Hou, Feng; Myles, John Read preview. The changing role of education in the marriage market: assortative marriage in Canada and the United States since the s.

[Feng Hou; John Myles] -- Whether or not relative rates of assortative marriage have been rising in the affluent democracies has been subject to considerable dispute.

The Changing Role of Education in the Marriage Market: Assortative Marriage in Canada and the United States Since the s.

Article (PDF Available) in Canadian Journal of Sociology / Cahiers. The changing role of education in the marriage market: assortative marriage in Canada and the United States since the s / by Feng Hou and John Myles. Main Author: Hou, Feng. AbstractThis article examines the role of education and family background on age at marriage, age at first birth, and age at labor market entry for young Senegalese women.

We use a multiple-equation framework that allows us to account for the endogeneity that arises from the simultaneity of the four decisions that we model. Our results highlight the importance of a woman’s own education in Cited by: 9. The changing role of education in the marriage market: Assortative marriage in Canada and the United States since the s.

The Role of Education and Family Background in Marriage, Childbearing and Labor Market Participation in Senegal * This paper examines the role of education and family background on age at marriage, age at first birth, and age at labor market entry for. THE CHANGING RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN EDUCATION AND MARRIAGE IN THE UNITED STATES, – INTRODUCTION Over the last 60 years there have been dramatic changes in union formation and living arrangements, gender roles.

Explaining the Changing Patterns of Marriage The main trend in marriage in the UK is that of long term decline. This post examines some of the reasons behind this, such as changing gender roles, the increasing cost of living and individualisation. In this book we study the changing role of the educational system as a marriage market in modern societies from a cross-national comparative perspective.

Using life-history data from a broad range of industrialized countries and longitudinal statistical models, we analyze the process of spouse selection in the life courses of single men and.

The new roles of men and women and A detailed discussion of policy implications with regard to labour market policies, education and value setting ends the report. Keywords: gender roles, educational pairing, doing gender, highly educated men entering today’s marriage market (Grow and Van Bavel ), which is File Size: KB.

In this book we study the changing role of the educational system as a marriage market in modern societies from a cross-national comparative perspective. BibTeX @MISC{Hou07andthe, author = {Feng Hou and John Myles and The S and Feng Hou and John Myles}, title = {and the United States Since the s The Changing Role of Education in the Marriage Market: Assortative Marriage in Canada and the United States Since}, year = {}}.

marriage-market returns to female educati on. In this manner, marriage market con-siderations can help to propagate the divergent patterns of educational attainments of both women and men. All in all, we argu e that the marriage-market returns to education typically increase much more for women than for men, principally because 4.

Explanations for the substantial decline in rates of marriage in East Asian countries often emphasize the role of rapid educational expansion for women in reducing the desirability of marriages characterized by a strong gender-based division of labor.

Focusing on South Korea, we consider a very different scenario in which changing educational composition of the marriage market reduces the Author: James M. Raymo, Hyunjoon Park. For example, a person with better education may prefer potential partners with better health in the marriage market.

CATS and the Chinese marriage tradition together provide a rare opportunity to address the second challenge. CATS uniquely contains health information for twins and their spouses at both wedding and survey times.

The spouse’s education and occupation can affect choices of sector and skill acquisition. Moreover, each individual’s labor market prospects can affect both the decision to get married and the choice of the spouse, given his or her occupation. [ back to text ]. By changing the pathway to marriage, cohabitation has fundamentally changed the experience of marriage.

One problem with using Becker's market principles to understand marriage choices is that it is unreasonable to assume that the marriage market is entered into voluntarily.Pope St. John Paul II said, As the family goes, so goes the nation, and so goes the whole world in which we live.

This means that the state of marriage and family life is a good indicator of the state our society is in. But with high divorce rates and young people foregoing marriage altogether, now is the time to emphasize that marriage matters, even in the 21st century.

Education is a crucial factor in influencing the pattern and timing of marriage for women, and the changes in levels of female literacy will also change the dynamics of family formation. India has experienced consistent improvement in levels of female literacy; therefore, this study examined the association of women's education with the changes Cited by: 5.