Jacqueline Mosomi on working from home and physical proximity during COVID-19 lockdowns: implications for gender inequality in the South African labour market
Working from home and physical proximity during COVID-19 lockdowns: implications for gender inequality in the South African labour market
About the speaker
Jacqueline Mosomi is a researcher in the Southern Africa Labour and Development Research Unit (SALDRU) based at the University of Cape Town. She is an economist with a PhD from the University of Cape Town. Her broad areas of study are labour, education and gender inequality. Her current research is on occupational sorting and the gendered impact of COVID-19 in South Africa.
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