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 Problematica discriminării femeilor pe piaţa muncii în România [Discrimination Issues Against Women on the Labor Market in Romania]

  • Oana Banu (The Institute for Quality of Life, 13 September Path, No.13 Bucharest, Phone: 0741 553 394, E-mail:

Discrimination issues on the labor market are part of everyday life, not just in Romania, but in all economies and labor markets across the world. Significant differences are related to the nature, shape, size and intensity of discrimination, in other words who and how is discriminated against who has the power to be discriminatory and in which way and how much it discriminates.After 1990, during the transition of Romanian economy from a centralized one to a market oriented one, the Romanian society encountered a massive restructuring process of both the productive forces and labor relations. Phenomena such as unemployment, feminization and ethnicization of unemployment which were not inextricably linked to the low level of the redundant competence represented forms of discrimination that that marked significantly the labor market in Romania.This article explores some of the phenomena of discrimination in the labor market in Romania, as perceived by some experts. The phenomena are analyzed by the interviewed experts in their dynamics after 1990 but underlining what is the impact in the labor market in recent years in Romania. The article is based on analysis and interpretation of seven interviews conducted with experts, representatives of institutions and organizations that have direct or indirect connection in their field with the phenomenon of discrimination, intolerance or equal opportunities.The aim was to collect qualitative information relevant about the different dimensions of discrimination: gender, ethnicity, age, discrimination in the workplace, corruption at work and an overview of experts interviewed on these issues.

Keywords: discrimination, mobbing, women, labor market, perception of experts

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