India – igniting inclusive growth by raising female economic participation

Piritta Sorsa, 18 June 2014



India is in many ways at a crossroads in mid-2014. It will have a new government, it will need ignition to restart the growth engine and make it more inclusive. But if this is to happen, then Indian women will have to be given the chance and the incentives to participate more in the labour market. Indian women already show signs of starting gradually to assert themselves more.

Topics: Gender, Labour markets
Tags: female labour market participation, gender gap, India

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