Problem of discrimination against women — the analysis of selected neoclassicaltheories based on the assumption of non-competitive labour markets
This paper contains an analysis of neoclassical theories of discrimination, that are based on the assumption of non-competitive labour markets. These theories are presented within the mathematical framework, used in original works of their respective authors. Each theory has been subjected to a brief analysis. The author also assessed factors that could be determined as discriminatory and has examined their actual impact on the phenomenon of discrimination against women on the labour market.