5 edition of Trade, globalisation, and gender found in the catalog.
Trade, globalisation, and gender
2006 by United Nations Development Fund for Women in collaboration with UNCTAD in [New Delhi .
Written in English
|Other titles||Trade, globalisation & gender :|
|Statement||edited by Veena Jha.|
|Contributions||Jha, Veena, 1959-, UNIFEM South Asia Regional Office, New Delhi., UNCTAD India.|
|LC Classifications||HQ1240.5.S64 T75 2006|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||401 p. :|
|Number of Pages||401|
|LC Control Number||2006454517|
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Controlling for conventional antecedents of gender inequality (i.e. religion, political regime, legal origins and trade openness), this paper finds that, on average, a point increase in.
David Paternotte. Brussels. David Paternotte is Senior Lecturer in Sociology and Gender Studies at the Université libre de Bruxelles, where he is the head of the Atelier Genre (s) et Sexualité (s) and publications include the monograph Revendiquer le “mariage gay”: Belgique, France, Espagne (), numerous articles, chapters and edited volumes, including Anti-Gender.
Free trade, as Smith would have it, is based on voluntary exchange and mutual benefit. Moreover, goods and services that are traded must have a. W e live in an unequal world in which descriptors of global inequality—especially inequalities in income—abound.
“ [T]he world’s richest individuals have a combined income greater than that of the poorest million billion people [are] living on less than $2 a day” (Watkins et al., 18). This book highlights the ways in which feminist analysis has contributed to a richer understanding of international development and globalization.
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Globalisation has the potential to contribute to greater gender equality. However, in the absence of public policy, globalisation alone cannot end gender inequality. Despite significant increases in agency and in access to economic opportunities for many women in many countries, large gender gaps remain in.
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with people and processes abroad. Globalisation is widely seen as the most important factor that could influence. Much of the theorising about globalisation is either gender neutral or gender blind losing sight of the fact as to how globalisation plays an important role in shaping gender relationship.
In most of the recent studies of gender issues there is an excessive tilt towards focusing the effects of globalisation on women instead of effects of gender. gender inequality, the impact of globalisation on gender inequality has not been much researched.
The increased trade opportunities through increased employment and output are expected to benefit all population groups including men and women. UNCTAD () summarised the potential positive and negative effects of trade liberalisation on women. which globalisation affects the poor in developing countries.
He defines globalisation in terms of trade openness and financial openness, respectively measured as a tariff revenue imports ratio and foreign direct investments. He argued that the exports and imports relative to GDP measure should be excluded from the trade openness.
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Salient Characteristics of Least-Developed Countries Criteria for Addition to and Graduation from the List of LDCs Implications of the. Globalization refers to the tendency of international trade, investments, information technology and outsourced manufacturing to weave the economies of diverse countries together.
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The principles and ideological origins of the neoliberal economic policies dominating this process are analyzed from a gender perspective. Globalisation. Globalisation can be defined as the process of change, increasing interconnectedness and interdependence among countries and economies, bringing the world closer through better world-wide communication, transport and trade links.
Globalisation and Trade: Implications for Exports from Marginalised Economies. Books or book chapters. March Oliver Morrissey and Igor Filatotchev.
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The impact of globalisation, however, on gender wage gap was found mixed and uncertain. Baliamoune-Lutz () using cross-sectional data (5 yearly averages) looked at the effects of globalisation and growth on gender inequality.
Her results found that increased trade openness leads to an increase in gender inequality in Africa. complexities of the trade and gender nexus and exploring policy measures which could promote gender equality in international trade relations.
To this end, various members of the Task Force have undertaken analyses of the trade and gender problematique from different angles: economic, legal and social. WIDE – Rue Hobbema 59 – Brussels –Tel: + – info[at] – 2 Introduction This briefing is a review of the Trade Sustainability Impact Assessment (TSIA) of the Free Trade Agreement currently under negotiation between the European Union (EU) and the Republic of India.
Contrary to the popular image, the triangular slave trade that linked Europe, Africa and the New World was not a closed circuit. Rather, it formed an essential bridge between Europe's New World trade and its Asia trade. As such, trade in slaves was a crucial element in the development of the global economy in the 18th century.
A brief look at. Get this from a library. Gender, diversity and trade unions: international perspectives. [Fiona Colgan; Sue Ledwith;] -- This book brings together research in gender, race, ethnicity, sexuality, disability and the growing intersection between trade unions and social movements.
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That’s globalisation. Globalisation is incredible, valuable, scary, and damaging, all at the same time. I know my current lifestyle wouldn’t exist without globalisation; I have enjoyed the many benefits that have come along with free-trade.Global Inequality: Is globalisation a solution to world poverty?
Global inequality is the main reason to take an interest in globalisation. Many academics who comment on globalisation focus on its effects on developed countries, especially in North America and Europe.
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