Gender and globalisation in South Asia
Intro: Economic Integration, Stagnating Gender Equality? During the high-level meeting in Hong Kong, WTO member countries discussed issues ranging from abolishing agricultural export subsidies and industrial tariff reduction, and market access for foreign banks and telecom providers. The human face of trade and investment flows, however, is often hidden behind economic statistics and legal formulations. This human face is gendered: Globalisation has meant different things for women and men.
|Note||also Reprinted in: Alam, I. (ed.) (2006): WTO and South Asia. Lahore: SAPANA, 74-93; and: Alam, I. (ed.) (2006): SAARC. Lahore: SAPANA, 326-344|
Siegmann, K.A.. (2006). Gender and globalisation in South Asia. South Asian Journal, 12, 50–64. Retrieved from http://hdl.handle.net/1765/32450