I. E. Kalabikhina
Lomonosov Moscow State University
- Subject and methods of gender economics. Gender statistics. System of gender inequality factors
- Economic growth and gender equality. Globalisation of the world economy and gender status. Feminisation of poverty. Women’s contribution to GDP.
- Gender inequality in the labour market
- Gender factor in household economics. Distribution of resources and decision-making mechanisms in households
- Demographic changes and gender status. Gender factor of demographic development. Gender shift and demographic development
- Gender policy: national, regional and global level. Gender inequality indicators
- Gender budgets. Gender review
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