Boosting Women’s Participation in the Economy in Emerging Markets

Boosting Women’s Participation in the Economy in Emerging Markets

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from Women and Foreign Policy Program

Drawing on more than a decade of experience researching emerging economies in Asia, Kalpana Kochhar discusses gender inequalities inhibiting economic growth, as well as strategies for removing structural barriers to women’s economic advancement. This meeting was generously sponsored by the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation.

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