Women, Work, and the Digital Economy
Volume 30, Issue 3 | November 2022
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Below, you can find free access to the Introduction, four articles, and the Resources and Book Reviews sections of the issue.
For free access to all of the articles, visit the Oxfam Policy & Practice website and search using the article title.
Introduction: Women, work, and the digital economy
Uma Rani, Ruth Castel-Branco, Shivani Satija & Mahima Nayar
Problematising the digital gender gap: invoking decoloniality and intersectionality for inclusive policymaking
Anukriti Dixit & Muneeb Ul Lateef Banday
Here you can find additional materials related to the issue. These are compiled by Mahima Nayar, Anandita Ghosh and Shivani Satija.
Care and Capitalism by Kathleen Lynch. Reviewed by Ritu Diwan
Canibal Capitalism: How our system is devouring democracy, care and the planet - and what we can do about it by Nancy Fraser. Reviewed by Deborah Eade