The Impact of the Trade Liberalization on the Women Work. Comparative Analyzes Between the South Africa and the Ethiopia with an Impact of the General Equilibrium Calculable
The effects of trade liberalisation on female labour depend on a countrys socio-economic and employment sector characteristics. A Gender-aware computable general equilibrium model is applied to Ethiopia and South Africa from a comparative perspective. Tarif reduction results in opposite outcomes regarding gender-based wage and labour market participation inequalities in the two countries due to their structural differences in mens and womens employment.
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