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knzn

Isn’t there an identification problem? If custom set men’s wages higher, then it would be uneconomical to hire men for low productivity jobs, and you would still find that women, who do get hired for such jobs, are less productive than men.

Lafayette

knzn: "... and you would still find that women, who do get hired for such jobs, are less productive than men."

Not in electronic assembly where thier nimbleness with components is prized. Neither in QC checks where they do not flinch at repetitiveness. But, throwing concrete blocks around a building site? You're right.

It all depends.

Steven

Speaking from personal experience of Peru in the 1980's ( and common sense) women in rural communities had more types of work to do than men, ... though they didn't spend much time on "housework" in their mud and stone hut, they spent an awful lot of time on food prep., y'know digging it up, cutting and mashing it, carrying water to boil it in, child care, making/repairing clothes etc. (as they do all over the world today).

Women work longer hours than men and most of their hours of work are still unpaid.


"Provocative stuff, and not something most male economic historians would ever dare argue."

Why not?

Somethings are pretty obvious .. I spent almost all of my 17th year hodding furnace bricks to build industrial ovens. Each brick weighed 8+lbs , the hod held 12 normal bricks but only(!) 10 of these however the brickies norm was for the hoddy to bring and stack bricks by the dozen. So I carried an extra 2 in my left hand.

I sincerely doubt that there were, or are, many women (or economists) who could carry 7.5 bricks in a hod day in and day out for months AND drink 6.5 pints of bitter an evening.

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