Uruguay’s domestic workers boosted by minimum wage policy

This brief summarizes outcomes from PMMA-20102 supported under the PAGE II initiative (2016-2020). To find out more about the research methods and findings, read the full paper, published as part of the PEP working paper series.

PAGE is a global research and capacity-building initiative for Policy Analysis on Growth and Employment in developing countries. PAGE is supported by the Department for International Development (DfID) of the United Kingdom (or UK Aid) and the International Development Research Centre (IDRC) of Canada.

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Tipo de documento: Investigación
Autoras: Alma Espino, Soledad Salvador, Karina Colombo, Sharon Katzkowicz, Gabriela Pedetti y Martina Querejeta
Año: 2018
Edición: Centro Interdisciplinario de Estudios sobre el Desarrollo-Uruguay (Ciedur), Partnership for Economic Policy (PEP)

 

Uruguay’s domestic workers boosted by minimum wage policy

Uruguay’s domestic workers boosted by minimum wage policy