List of Contributors.
Referees for the economics of women and work in Middle East and North Africa.
Closing the gender gap in the middle east and North Africa.
Female endangerment: The case of the Middle East and North Africa.
Female labor force participation and economic adjustment in the MENA region.
Analysis of sex-based inequality: Use of axiomatic approach in measurement and statistical inference via bootstrapping.
Women, work, and economic restructuring: A regional overview.
Is all work the same? A comparison of the determinants of female participation and hours of work in various employment states in Egypt.
Men's work/women's work: Employment, wages and occupational segregation in Bethlehem.
Gender segmention in the West Bank and Gaza strip: Explaining the absence of Palestinian women from the formal labor force.
Why women earn less? Gender-based factors affecting the earnings of self-employed women in Turkey.
Factors affecting female managers' careers in Turkey.
Gender-based occupational segregation in the Turkish banking sector.
Post-Fordist work, political Islam and women in urban Turkey.
Working women and power within two-income Turkish households.
Fertility, education, and household resources in Iran, 1987–1992.
Iran's new Islamic home economics: An exploratory attempt to conceptualize women's work in the Islamic Republic.