The economic autonomy of women in a sustainable recovery with equality

The crisis caused by the COVID-19 pandemic has had a negative impact on employment and labor conditions for women in Latin America and the Caribbean, generating a setback of more than a decade in terms of the progress achieved in labor market participation. The rate of job market participation by...

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Other Authors: NU. CEPAL
Format: Texto biblioteca
Language:English
Published: ECLAC 2021-02-10
Subjects:COVID-19, VIRUS, PANDEMIAS, ENFERMEDADES VIROSICAS, ASPECTOS ECONOMICOS, ASPECTOS SOCIALES, DESARROLLO ECONOMICO, IGUALDAD DE GENERO, MUJERES, INGRESOS, EMPLEO DE LA MUJER, TECNOLOGIA DIGITAL, POLITICA FISCAL, POLITICA SOCIAL, VIRUSES, PANDEMICS, VIRAL DISEASES, ECONOMIC ASPECTS, SOCIAL ASPECTS, ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT, GENDER EQUALITY, WOMEN, INCOME, WOMEN'S EMPLOYMENT, DIGITAL TECHNOLOGY, FISCAL POLICY, SOCIAL POLICY,
Online Access:https://hdl.handle.net/11362/46634
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