In collaboration with a globally operating survey company, this subproject will collect attitudinal survey data in a large number of countries to measure key social norms regarding gender norms in the labor market. Depending on the results, it will also complement classical survey data with in-survey experiments. Such experiments would ideally include information treatments regarding true values, which allows to determine how the (mis-)perceptions of such norms may limit or enhance economic opportunities for various socio-economic groups, including women earning low incomes.
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