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The Current Trade Framework and Gender Linkages in Developing Economies: An Introductory Survey of Issues with Special Reference to India


  • Ranja Sengupta


  • Abhilash Gopinath


This background paper discusses the conceptual and empirical linkages between trade liberalization and gender equality in the context of development; and the impact of the WTO and PTA/FTAs on gender. It then provides a cross section of recent results on this linkage in India. Providing an overview of the main issues from a Southern perspective with an indicative literature survey, this backgrounder can be used as a reference tool for CSOs, students, researchers and policy analysts.[Paper I]

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  • Ranja Sengupta & Abhilash Gopinath, 2010. "The Current Trade Framework and Gender Linkages in Developing Economies: An Introductory Survey of Issues with Special Reference to India," Working Papers id:2536, eSocialSciences.
  • Handle: RePEc:ess:wpaper:id:2536 Note: Institutional Papers

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    1. Pramod K. Nayar, 2008. "Affective Cosmopolitanism Ashis Nandy’s Utopia," Working Papers id:1732, eSocialSciences.
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    conceptual; empirical; linkages; liberalization; gender equality; impact; Southern; perspective; reference; students; researchers; policy analysts;

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