INQ is a group of undergraduates and graduate students, aiming to understand the inequality issue in Korea. We read and discuss recent researches that approach inequality from multiple angles. In this page, we would like to introduce the articles we’ve read, and share ideas.

Imagining the Women’s Wage Trajectory in Korea
Recent Studies

Imagining the Women’s Wage Trajectory in Korea

Gender Inequality in the Labor Market after the Financial Crisis: Focused on the Gender Differences in Work Career and Wage Lee,...
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How does organizational culture influence women workers’ experiences of gender discrimination?
Recent Studies

How does organizational culture influence women workers’ experiences of gender discrimination?

The Effect of Organizational Culture, Mentoring, and Social Network on Career Success of Managerial Women Lim, Hee Jung. 2009. Korean...
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Can Government Stop Gender Discrimination in Labor Market?
Recent Studies

Can Government Stop Gender Discrimination in Labor Market?

Korean’s Work-Family Balance Policy during 1990 and 2014 from the Perspective of Defamiliarization, Decommodification: Especially Focusing on Maternity Leave, Parental...
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Women Trapped in a Glass Ceiling
Recent Studies

Women Trapped in a Glass Ceiling

The Glass Ceiling in the Korean Public Service Lee, Joo-Hee, Young-Hee Han, Hyun-Jung Sung, and Jung In. 2007. Journal of...
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