How Women Have Fared with the Rise of the People’s Republic of China in Global Supply Chain Trade
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The analysis shows global integration through trade expansion improved the concentration of men and women equally in professional and skilled occupations and in management positions but increased employment in manufacturing for global supply chain trade faster for women than men. This led to relative income gains for women, which in turn decreased the male–female sex ratio among those aged 0–4 years. Gender-specific policies like higher education and skills training for professional and leadership positions complemented with private sector incentives for female employment can promote gender equality.
- Trend Analysis of Global Supply Chain Trade and Women's Employment
- The Evolving Position of the People’s Republic of China in Global Supply Chain Trade
- The Evolution of Women’s Employment Status
- Panel Data Analysis
- Model Specification
- Summary of Data
- Key Findings
Wang, Limin and Jeni Klugman. 2020. "How Women Have Fared in the Labour Market with China's Rise as a Global Economic Power." Asia and the Pacific Policy Studies 7 (1): 43–64. https://doi.org/10.1002/app5.293.
Note: ADB recognizes "China" as the People's Republic of China.
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