Economic Gains from Gender Inclusion: Even Greater than You Thought

2019-03-13T11:47:26-04:00November 28, 2018|

By Christine Lagarde and Jonathan D. Ostry

November 28, 2018

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Raising women’s participation in the workforce can give a bigger boost to growth than previously thought (photo: Ahrens/Steinbach Projekte/fotogloria/Newscom)

Despite some progress, the gaps in labor force participation between men and women remain large. […]

Can Policymakers Stem Rising Income Inequality?

2017-04-15T14:04:59-04:00June 28, 2012|

The issue of rising income inequality is now at the forefront of public debate. There is growing concern as to the economic and social consequences of the steady, and often sharp, increase in the share of income captured by higher income groups. While much of the discussion focuses on the factors driving the rise in inequality—including globalization, labor market reforms, and technological changes that favor higher-skilled workers—a more pressing issue is what can be done about it.

India Can Revive Investment by Learning from Itself

2017-04-15T14:07:18-04:00June 6, 2012|

Many reasons have been put forward to explain India's investment malaise. Fortunately, India has a model of its own, as large variations in the business environment exist across the country. In short, the country can learn from itself.
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