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Gender and development is an interdisciplinary field of research and applied study that implements a feminist approach to understanding and addressing the disparate impact that economic development and globalization have on people based upon their location, gender, class background, and other socio-political identities. Accounting for this need, gender and development implements ethnographic research, research that studies a specific culture or group of people by physically immersing the researcher into the environment and daily routine of those being studied,  in order to comprehensively understand how development policy and practices affect the everyday life of targeted groups or areas. The history of this field dates back to the s, when studies of economic development first brought women into its discourse,   focusing on women only as subjects of welfare policies — notably those centered on food aid and family planning. Since Boserup's consider that development affects men and women differently, the study of gender's relation to development has gathered major interest amongst scholars and international policymakers. Each of these frameworks emerged as an evolution of its predecessor, aiming to encompass a broader range of topics and social science perspectives. Examples of these policies and programs include Structural Adjustment Programs SAPs , microfinance , outsourcing , and privatizing public enterprises ,  all of which direct focus towards economic growth and suggest that advancement towards gender equality will follow.
Women migrant workers are often concentrated in informal, low paid and unregulated work. The main sectors in which women migrant workers are employed are: services and retail Journal of Human Capital, 10 1 , 1— Kolev , Does gender discrimination in social institutions matter for long-term growth? Chapter 2, p. Ten years of insights into gender diversity Washington, D.
Intereconomics on Twitter. To analyse how gender equality measures can contribute to economic growth in the EU, the European Institute for Gender Equality studied the impacts of reducing gender inequalities in areas relevant from a macroeconomic perspective: STEM education, labour market activity and pay. It also considered the demographic changes that would take place if these gender gaps are reduced and a more equal distribution of unpaid care work between women and men is achieved. The study is the first of its kind to use a robust econometric model to estimate a broad range of macroeconomic benefits of gender equality at the EU level. The results of the modelling show that improved gender equality would have a largely positive effect on GDP per capita and on employment of women.
Damiano K. Despite progress made towards achieving gender equality in African countries for instance by ratification of international and regional conventions and commitments by African countries, gender inequality is still prevalent and continues to be a major challenge in Africa. The majority of women work in the informal sector or on small pieces of land and are engaged in care work with little or no pay. Also, women have limited access to credit, land, agricultural inputs, equipment and extension services, as well as markets for their produce than men. Some of the inequities are embedded in the deep-rooted cultural norms and beliefs in the African societies. To some extent, the inequalities can partly be addressed by changing of policies that reinforce gender inequalities as well as formulating and enforcing laws that promote women's economic empowerment.
So, All of authors and contributors must check their papers before submission to making assurance of following our anti-plagiarism policies. Gender equality is a key factor in contributing to the economic growth of a nation. Namely, gender equality in the work force and in social relationships are the two primary factors that instill economic growth. The influential role of gender equality on economic growth is most directly illustrated in the participation of women in the labor force. When women are not involved in the workforce, only part of the able workforce is being utilized and, thus, economic resources are wasted. Gender equality allows for an increase in women in the working sector, thereby leading to an expansion of the labor force and an increase in economic productivity. Figure 1 illustrates the increasing contribution of women to the gross domestic product GDP as well as to the economic growth of specific countries proving that an increase in female participation in the workforce undoubtedly will create economic growth.
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