Gender perspective of trade policy
During the period 2010–2014, UNCTAD worked with several countries in three developing regions to single out the gender-differentiated outcomes of trade and trade policy and draw larger lessons for policymaking.
UNCTAD’s research in this area analyzed productive sectors and their expansion or contraction as a result of trade liberalization and market opening policies, and assessed whether women had benefitted or been penalized in terms of employment and training opportunities.
Displaying results 1 - 9 of 9
A comparative study of Rwanda and the United Republic of Tanzania
Summary of seven country case studies conducted by UNCTAD