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Women, Work, and the Digital Economy
Volume 30, Issues 3, November 2022
We are delighted to present to you Gender & Development's November 2022 Issue focusing on 'Women, Work, and the Digital Economy'.Guest edited by Uma Rani and Ruth Castel-Branco and co-edited by Shivani Satija and Mahima Nayar, this issue investigates the impact of digitalisation on women workers and the ways in which women navigate and assert themselves in this digital economy. It draws empirical evidence from diverse countries, including Argentina, Brazil, China, Ghana, India, Kenya, Mexico, Nigeria, Pakistan, South Africa, Spain, Sri Lanka, and Uganda
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