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Missing Women: The G20, Gender Equality and Global Economic Governance

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James Heintz addresses the lack of attention that has been paid to gender in the policy frameworks, summits, and declarations of the G20. He finds that the G20 has not seriously considered the fact that sources of gender inequality interact with changes in the economic environment to produce distinct outcomes for women and men. He concludes that gender bias must be identified within the G20’s approach to economic governance if their commitment to inclusive growth is to be realized, and makes five concrete recommendations that would represent significant steps towards this goal.

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  • James Heintz, 2013. "Missing Women: The G20, Gender Equality and Global Economic Governance," Published Studies heintz_missing_women, Political Economy Research Institute, University of Massachusetts at Amherst.
  • Handle: RePEc:uma:perips:heintz_missing_women
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