Employment and Growth / Emploi et croissance: Recent submissions

  • Sisters Ink Ltd. (Sisters Ink Ltd., 2019-02)
    The Employment and Growth (EG) program of the International Development Research Centre (IDRC) leverages innovative solutions for inclusive economies through investment of $CAD 70.8 million in research and research leadership ...
  • Sisters Ink (2018-09-03)
  • Dowie, Gillian; de Haan, Arjan (CRDI / IDRC, 2019-03)
    Les normes sociales jouent un rôle primordial dans l’autonomisation économique des femmes. Des études effectuées dans le cadre du programme Croissance de l’économie et débouchés économiques des femmes (CEDEF) ont exposé ...
  • Dowie, Gillian; de Haan, Arjan (IDRC / CRDI, 2019-03)
    Social and gender norms are a critical underlying factors in determining whether a woman can work, what kind of work she can do, and what responsibilities she has aside from paid work. Indeed, they may be the most influential, ...
  • Programme de troisième cycle interuniversitaire en économie (PTCI); Programme de troisième cycle interuniversitaire en économie (PTCI); Nestor, Tito Dr. (Programme de troisième cycle interuniversitaire en économie (PTCI), 2019-02)
    La création du Programme de troisième cycle interuniversitaire en économie (PTCI) répond au souci de réduire les inefficacités internes et externes du système d'enseignement supérieur en Afrique francophone; lesquelles ...
  • Maheshwari, Prachi; Gokhale, Amar; Agarwal, Niharika; Makena, Agnes; Borthakur, Shreejit (Intellecap, 2019-02)
    This report will be valuable for various ecosystem stakeholders including investors, women entrepreneurs, researchers, financial advisors and intermediaries, academia, regulatory agencies and government policymakers, ...
  • Mansour, Malak (Education for Employment Egypt, 2019-02)
    EFE-Egypt committed to the research questions outlined in the initial proposal and work plan. Such questions include: What skills and competencies are required to effectively train youth to meet labor market demands? What ...
  • Housseini, Bouba; Dowie, Gillian; de Haan, Arjan (2018-10)
    Does economic growth benefit women and men equally? If not, how can gender inequalities be addressed? And the other way around, can gender equality promote economic growth? What win-win solutions exist, promoting gender ...
  • Housseini, Bouba; Dowie, Gillian; de Haan, Arjan (2018-10)
    La croissance économique profite-t-elle autant aux femmes qu’aux hommes ? Si ce n’est pas le cas, comment peut-on s’attaquer aux inégalités entre les sexes ? Inversement, l’égalité des sexes peut-elle promouvoir la croissance ...
  • Marcus, Rachel (International Development Research Centre, 2018-11)
    Gender discriminatory social norms are a widely recognized barrier to women’s economic empowerment, affecting both their access to decent work and their experience in workplaces. Between 2013 and 2018, the Growth and ...
  • Melesse, Martha; O'Neill, Mary (2018-10)
    Why do gender inequalities persist in the labor market, even as gender gaps in school enrolment and educational attainment narrow? GrOW supported research sheds light on the complex dynamics that shape women’s employment ...
  • Melesse, Martha; O'Neill, Mary (2018-10)
    Pourquoi les inégalités entre les sexes persistent-elles sur le marché du travail, malgré la réduction des écarts entre les sexes en matière de scolarisation et de niveau d’instruction? Les recherches financées par le ...
  • Heintz, James (2018)
    Recent progress in narrowing gender gaps in education, health, and political representation is not matched by similar improvements in labor market outcomes for women, or more broadly, women’s economic empowerment. This ...
  • Kan, Sophia; Klasen, Stephan (2018)
    This report reviews the research portfolio of the Growth and Economic Opportunities for Women (GrOW) program dealing with macroeconomic issues. The GrOW portfolio includes 10 studies on enabling factors linking growth to ...
  • Dowie, Gillian; de Haan, Arjan (2018)
    Les infrastructures publiques sont un facteur clé, mais encore sous-estimé, dans l'autonomisation économique des femmes. Le programme CEDEF souligne le rôle des infrastructures dans la réduction du fardeau des soins non ...
  • Dowie, Gillian; de Haan, Arjan (2018)
    For public infrastructure projects, gender analysis is critical in design and implementation to ensure equitable outcomes. While infrastructure often falls into the category of ‘gender-blind’ policies, women’s access to ...
  • de Haan, Arjan (2018)
    Le commerce international peut être un moteur de la croissance, mais il peut aussi perturber les tendances de l’emploi et les marchés, et avoir des répercussions différentes sur différents segments de la société. La recherche ...
  • de Haan, Arjan (2018)
    Contrary to economists’ hypothesis that trade liberalization would reduce discrimination—including gender bias—through increased competition, Growth and Economic Opportunities for Women (GrOW) research shows that impacts ...
  • Chetty, Rinelle; de Villiers, Louise; Dudar, Brittney; Smit, Herman (2018)
    A lack of gender-disaggregated data makes it difficult to identify specific ways in which women interact with financial services differently than men. Ensuring the impact of financial inclusion on women’s livelihoods means ...
  • Genesis Analytics (2018)
    New digital technologies are revolutionizing the financial services industry around the world. Africa has been an innovation hub in this area, due to its rapid adoption of mobile communication networks. How might the ...