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2020 Index IEEE Revista Iberoamericana de Tecnologias del Aprendizaje Vol. 15

2020 IEEE Revista Iberoamericana de Tecnologias del Aprendizaje  
., +, IEEE-RITA Nov. 2020 262-271 Software engineering Is the Gender Gap Narrowing in Higher Education Computing Studies? The Case of Norway, Spain, and Tunisia.  ...  Valente Couto, M.J., Is the Gender Gap Narrowing in Higher Education Computing Studies?  ...  Playing and Interacting Through Technologies (of Gender). Rodrigues, L., +, IEEE- RITA Nov. 2020 317-325  ... 
doi:10.1109/rita.2020.3040582 fatcat:lbalbhmoarcodjsjwhrudefkwu

The Three Arab Worlds

James E Rauch, Scott Kostyshak
2009 Journal of Economic Perspectives  
We are also grateful for the editorial help of David Autor, James Hines, Ann Norman, Jeremy Stein, and Timothy Taylor.  ...  Vincent y Research for this article began when Rauch was a visitor at the Institute for Financial Economics at the American University of Beirut.  ...  have a gender gap that is 18.3 percentage points higher than a country that is zero percent Muslim.  ... 
doi:10.1257/jep.23.3.165 fatcat:tnuk2xjpgjg6xpsv4ti3ndaxhy

Cultural Integration in France [chapter]

Yann Algan, Camilla Landais, Claudia Senik
2012 Cultural Integration of Immigrants in Europe  
In general, the gap narrows among the young cohort, or remains fairly identical. Gender gap in education We next turn to the gender gap in education. Table ? ?  ...  shows that in the benchmark case of natives, the gender gap is about 0.13 years.  ... 
doi:10.1093/acprof:oso/9780199660094.003.0002 fatcat:wlefblpkxbckhf62ddnv4ben7y

Factors Affecting Women's Choice of Learning Engineering and Technology Education in Ethiopia

Addissie Melak, Seema Singh
2021 IEEE Access  
[18] also examine gender gap narrowing in higher education computing studies in the case of three countries (i.e., Norway, Spain, and Tunisia).  ...  They found the percentage of female students in 2018 was 12.7% in (Norway), 26.32% in (Spain), and 50% (Tunisia).  ... 
doi:10.1109/access.2021.3087548 fatcat:ieb3faao5bgsdh6imb2l2zo3jq

Do migrant girls perform better than migrant boys? Deviant gender differences between the reading scores of 15-year-old children of migrants compared to native pupils

Jaap Dronkers, Nils Kornder
2014 Educational Research and Evaluation  
We study whether this gender difference of migrant pupils deviates from the gender difference between the native pupils in their destination country.  ...  The variation in educational performance by region of origin is, however, not clearly related to the poverty or traditionalism of regions.  ...  Gender gap in educational performance Gender variation in educational performance is a classic topic in the educational sciences.  ... 
doi:10.1080/13803611.2013.874298 fatcat:hek3j7srfrc4xmex6w67qav5cm

Gender and Mathematics Education Revisited [chapter]

Gilah C. Leder
2015 The Proceedings of the 12th International Congress on Mathematical Education  
Results of Gender Studies at Higher Education As at the elementary school level, in higher education no specific gender differences have been found in different studies in mathematics grades and the gender  ...  This gap widens in the case of mathematics departments where women represent less than 25 % of all professors and many of them work in mathematics education (Saavedra 2010).  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-12688-3_12 fatcat:jijzygzb4ne3rglrgyqfwr5ape

Conclusion [chapter]

2009 PISA  
All use of OECD trademarks is prohibited without written permission from the OECD.  ...  PISA TM , OECD/PISA TM and the PISA logo are trademaks of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD).  ...  Tertiary education In tertiary education, females have been narrowing traditional gaps with male students.  ... 
doi:10.1787/9789264064072-5-en fatcat:vuwf3dty7rdennbbb2i5rcgtre

Science education, the science curriculum and PISA 2006 [chapter]

2009 TemaNord  
In particular, this is the case in Norway and Sweden.  ...  A high value of HISEI indicated a higher social and economic disparity, which appeared to be the case in Norway and Sweden.  ...  Norway and Sweden.  ... 
doi:10.6027/9789289332460-3-en fatcat:evq6qtj4dna7hpc3ut2pqnqrtu

Les trajectoires scolaires des élèves migrants : entre capacités d'adaptation et contextes d'accueil [chapter]

Claire Schiff
2020 École et migration : un accord dissonant ?  
the ultimate goals of policy makers is to enable citizens to take advantage of a globalised world economy. this is leading them to focus on the improvement of education policies, ensuring the quality  ...  defining and implementing educational policies. the results from the PISA 2009 assessment reveal wide differences in educational outcomes, both within and across countries. the education systems that have  ...  In Jordan, the proportion of students from single-parent families is similar to that of Qatar and the gap is 38 score points, while in tunisia and dubai (uAe) the gap is 25 points. evidence that students  ... 
doi:10.4000/books.enseditions.15752 fatcat:hcznrijr5zhm5beh2i3ig54kqi

A World of Difference: International Trends in Women's Economic Status

Maria Charles
2011 Annual Review of Sociology  
However, while access to major social institutions has equalized dramatically, expanded participation in labor markets and educational systems often comes in the form of gender-differentiated roles within  ...  Around the globe and starting in the affluent West, women have made major, even revolutionary, strides toward equality with men.  ...  limited to a small number of case studies.  ... 
doi:10.1146/annurev.soc.012809.102548 fatcat:3ljcxrgapfcwnoasbbcajum3ji

All Types of Inequality are not Created Equal: Divergent Impacts of Equality on Economic Growth

Stephanie Seguino
2005 Social Science Research Network  
The typology is applied to the cases of East Asia and Latin America. JEL Codes: O4, E12, F16, J15, J16  ...  For example, inequalities in capabilities (such as education and health status) may operate differently on growth than inequality in wages and income.  ...  Thus the combination of narrow educational gaps and wide gender wage gaps can be a stimulus to investment, exports, and growth in the short run.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.875382 fatcat:xscjyuead5eq3oo7x3h7wsvjsa

Women in the Legal Profession, 1970-2010: A Study of the Global Supply of Lawyers

2013 Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies  
identical (-.63 for all 335 country-years in Figure 2, -0.60 in the case of China, and -. 63 in the case of the United States).  ...  ), this difference is a far cry from the 1,000 percent gap of the early 1970s.  ... 
doi:10.2979/indjglolegstu.20.2.1071 fatcat:jkwktdhhunfgnm3gwb7sjksmuy

Digital Technologies as a Driver of Intellectual Stratification of Human Resources: Socio-Economic Inequality

2019 International journal of recent technology and engineering  
The author has studied digital technologies as a driver of intellectual stratification of human resources.  ...  The goal of the research is to cover the problem of digital inequality considering its negative consequences for society, to conduct a geospatial analysis of the distribution of informational resources  ...  Most often, the gap is manifested in various conditions of people's access to ICT. Mobile access, the number of Internet users and personal computers are also indicators that determine the gap size.  ... 
doi:10.35940/ijrte.b3333.078219 fatcat:in4ax2kvxveutpxl6wqontzyai


A. Stavytskyy
2016 Vìsnik. Kiïvsʹkogo Nacìonalʹnogo Unìversitetu ìmenì Tarasa Ševčenka. Ekonomìka  
Greater participation of women in the workforce would be encouraged by more affordable childcare solutions and paid parental leave, as well as by narrowing the gender pay gap further.  ...  narrow gaps in performance among students of different income levels.  ...  Employment and Labor Compensation About the Authors The World Economic Forum is an international institution committed to improving the state of the world through public-private cooperation in the spirit  ... 
doi:10.17721/1728-2667.2016/178-1/5 fatcat:imrejsaosvcrjmfuswuxo2trqa

Using Facebook ad data to track the global digital gender gap

Masoomali Fatehkia, Ridhi Kashyap, Ingmar Weber
2018 World Development  
We would like to thank Rebecca Furst-Nichols and Bapu Vaitla for pointing us to the Data2X Big Data for Gender Challenge, which helped us to better understand the need for this type of research.  ...  We are grateful for the helpful comments of three anonymous reviewers and the editor of World Devlopment.  ...  The GGGR Education variable is a sub-index of gender gaps in educational attainment and is computed as a weighted average of the female to male ratios for primary, secondary and tertiary education as well  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.worlddev.2018.03.007 fatcat:dyzhdaxxmjhthkkbdeyfte3ntq
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