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Journal of International Women's Studies ; 23(5):1-3, 2022.
Article in English | ProQuest Central | ID: covidwho-1848823


According to Anker (1997), employment discrimination can cause mismatches between skills and jobs, which affects the efficiency of markets. [...]this special issue contributes to expanding and deepening labour discrimination, specifically in closing gaps in salary and gender segmentation in the labour market that are the leading causes of gender inequity. Evidence from India" by Krishna M * "Entrepreneurial Competencies in Graduate Students from Mexico: A Gender Perspective" by Eduardo R. Díaz * "Social Inclusion, Equality, Leadership, and Diversity, to attain Sustainable Development Goal 5 in Indian Banking Industry" by Surjit Singha and Sivarethinamohan R. * "Diverging women on mommy track to career track" by Sunaina Arora and Dr. Neeraj Kumari * "Tobacco Farming, Addiction, Promotion of Gender Equality, Well-being and monopoly of the Indian Market" by Ranjit Singha and Dr Yogesh Kanna * "An empirical analysis of life satisfaction in adolescent development in high- and middleincome countries" by Amirreza Kazemikhasragh This special issue tries to respond and close gaps in the literature. [...]this special issue presents an unprecedented collaboration of researchers with the common goal of promoting business management and moving towards the economic empowerment of women and eradicating gender segregation in labour markets.

Rev Dev Econ ; 26(3): 1785-1797, 2022 Aug.
Article in English | MEDLINE | ID: covidwho-1774895


Financial inclusion and education contribute to a country's development and economic growth. However, despite the significant efforts being made to increase access to financial products for women, a high percentage still do not have access to and effective use of formal financial services in the countries of Latin America and the Caribbean. This study analyzes financial inclusion (based on gender equality) in the countries studied using a pooled-panel ordinary least squares econometric technique. Furthermore, the impact of interactions between the level of study, use of technology, academic degree during the Covid-19 restrictions, number of credit borrowers, and number of borrowers with the interaction of the restrictions during the health emergency was evaluated employing the Gini coefficient and human development index (HDI). This study confirms that Latin America and the Caribbean countries can increase financial inclusion by changing their social aspects based on gender equality to ease using technology and access to credit. The results of this study are helpful for policy-makers in formulating and implementing policies that lead to action plans that reverse an exclusionary financial system, promote financial education, and empower women.