The EU-India FTA in Services and Possible Gender Impact in India: Concern Areas
AbstractThis paper studies the impact of services trade liberalization under the currently negotiated EU-India FTA on women’s lives in India and tries to delineate the concern areas. Relevant sectors of interest are also studied with the two indicators; employment and access, in view. Some gender sensitive policy options are discussed at the end.[Paper IV]
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