Gender and Economic Globalization

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Harcourt, Wendy (2016)
  • Subject: anticolonialisme | assistance technique | capitalisme | citoyenneté | commerce international | coopération internationale | culture religion et identité | démocratie | développement économique | droits humains | économie de marché | féminisme | femmes | globalisation financière | finance | FMI - Fonds Monétaire International | gouvernance | histoire du genre | histoire économique | libéralisme économique | microfinance | division sexuelle du travail | OMC - Organisation mondiale du commerce | politiques et pratiques du développement | relations hommes-femmes | Political Science Public Admin. & Development | Women's Studies | BUS072000 | SOC032000 | JFSJ | RNU

The following article draws on the discussion of the iuéd Colloquium on Gender and Economic Globalization. The Colloquium aimed to draw out the impact of economic globalization on gender relations, with a particular focus on poor women in developing countries. Globalization – for or against women? In order to look at the impact of economic globalization on gender relations, and more particularly on poor women’s lives, we are confronted with a complex set of interlinked dynamics. Inequitable g...
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