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Women entrepreneurs – key players in ACP agribusiness development
I. Boto (ed); A. Moglan (ed); T. Woldetsadick (ed) / Small Island Economies - CTA Brussels 2015
Research has found strong reasons to emphasise women’s economic empowerment in developing programs: firstly, economic empowerment is one of the most powerful routes for women to achieve their potential and advance their rights; ...
Economic governance: African Women's Engagement in Trade Agreements
FEMNET 2012
How are trade agreements formulated, and who exactly is involved in the negotiation processes? These are the questions addressed in this short documentary, produced by FEMNET with support from Trust Africa. It highlights some of the c...
Markets for the Poor (M4P) Training Day: overview
C. Maugham / Evidence on Demand 2014
This Consultancy Report provides an overview of the Markets for the Poor (M4P) training day for the DFID Livelihoods cadre, which took place in Whitehall, London on 10th October 2013. An overview of each presentation is set out in thi...
In Search of Economic Alternatives for Gender and Social Justice: Voices from India
Christa Wichterich (ed) / Women in Development Europe 2010
How can we shape an alternative economic and gender just development process? This report is a collection of Indian voices in the form of short essays on economic alternatives for gender and social justice which challenge mainstr...
Methods to beat the negative effects of financial crisis on Cambodian women
N. Sothath; C. Sophal / Oxfam 2010
The global economic downturn in recent 2008 affected negatively Cambodia’s major economy base, which relies particularly on textile exports, international tourist arrivals, and foreign investment property markets. The economic d...
New analysis on the links between trade policy, economic growth and poverty
J. Cockburn (ed); P. Giordano (ed) / Poverty and Economic Policy Network 2008
In spite of thirty years of trade reform, poverty rates in the developing world remain high. In particular, the degree of tariff liberalisation that has occurred during this time, on average, has not resulted in proportional reduction...
Gender implications of the Chinese trade race
C. Wichterich / Women in Development Europe 2008
China has emerged as a global player and powerhouse on the international trade map. It is however increasingly depicted as a giant economic monster. As the world’s workshop, the country has become one of the main sites for trans...
Emerging economies are forcing changes in WTO negotiations
M. Iorio / Eldis Trade Policy Resource Guide 2008
This article from IGTN suggests that the recent collapse of the WTO mini-ministerial, July 2008, reflects the new geopolitics of the global economy. The emerging economies are approaching trade issues and negotiations differently. Par...
Increasing understanding of the relationship between gender and trade
M. Thomson / World Institute for Development Economics Research (WIDER) 2007
There is a need to increase understanding of the relationship between gender and trade, to provide a space for critical reflection and debate on the opportunities, challenges, strategies and the different policy options relating to tr...
Promoting women’s entrepreneurship and e-business development
United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific 2007
This document explores the potential for women in entrepreneurship and e-business in the niche area of green or “organic” cooperatives. It seeks to promote women’s entrepreneurship and e-business development by provi...
Items 1 to 10 of 113

Items 1 to 10 of 113

Women entrepreneurs – key players in ACP agribusiness development
I. Boto (ed); A. Moglan (ed); T. Woldetsadick (ed) / Small Island Economies - CTA Brussels 2015
Research has found strong reasons to emphasise women’s economic empowerment in developing programs: firstly, economic empowerment is one of the most powerful routes for women to achieve their potential and advance their rights; ...
Economic governance: African Women's Engagement in Trade Agreements
FEMNET 2012
How are trade agreements formulated, and who exactly is involved in the negotiation processes? These are the questions addressed in this short documentary, produced by FEMNET with support from Trust Africa. It highlights some of the c...
Markets for the Poor (M4P) Training Day: overview
C. Maugham / Evidence on Demand 2014
This Consultancy Report provides an overview of the Markets for the Poor (M4P) training day for the DFID Livelihoods cadre, which took place in Whitehall, London on 10th October 2013. An overview of each presentation is set out in thi...
In Search of Economic Alternatives for Gender and Social Justice: Voices from India
Christa Wichterich (ed) / Women in Development Europe 2010
How can we shape an alternative economic and gender just development process? This report is a collection of Indian voices in the form of short essays on economic alternatives for gender and social justice which challenge mainstr...
Methods to beat the negative effects of financial crisis on Cambodian women
N. Sothath; C. Sophal / Oxfam 2010
The global economic downturn in recent 2008 affected negatively Cambodia’s major economy base, which relies particularly on textile exports, international tourist arrivals, and foreign investment property markets. The economic d...
New analysis on the links between trade policy, economic growth and poverty
J. Cockburn (ed); P. Giordano (ed) / Poverty and Economic Policy Network 2008
In spite of thirty years of trade reform, poverty rates in the developing world remain high. In particular, the degree of tariff liberalisation that has occurred during this time, on average, has not resulted in proportional reduction...
Gender implications of the Chinese trade race
C. Wichterich / Women in Development Europe 2008
China has emerged as a global player and powerhouse on the international trade map. It is however increasingly depicted as a giant economic monster. As the world’s workshop, the country has become one of the main sites for trans...
Emerging economies are forcing changes in WTO negotiations
M. Iorio / Eldis Trade Policy Resource Guide 2008
This article from IGTN suggests that the recent collapse of the WTO mini-ministerial, July 2008, reflects the new geopolitics of the global economy. The emerging economies are approaching trade issues and negotiations differently. Par...
Increasing understanding of the relationship between gender and trade
M. Thomson / World Institute for Development Economics Research (WIDER) 2007
There is a need to increase understanding of the relationship between gender and trade, to provide a space for critical reflection and debate on the opportunities, challenges, strategies and the different policy options relating to tr...
Promoting women’s entrepreneurship and e-business development
United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific 2007
This document explores the potential for women in entrepreneurship and e-business in the niche area of green or “organic” cooperatives. It seeks to promote women’s entrepreneurship and e-business development by provi...
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