Economic Crisis and Gender equality: Ireland and the EU

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Title: Economic Crisis and Gender equality: Ireland and the EU
Authors: Barry, Ursula
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Date: Dec-2014
Online since: 2014-12-22T09:27:18Z
Abstract: This paper explores gender dimensions to the austerity policies which have been pursued across the EU over the recent economic crisis years, with particular attention to Ireland. From a gender equality standpoint, it is interesting to examine the extent to which there are common gender dimensions to the policy processes that have been pursued across the EU. This paper looks at the Irish situation but also takes a comparative perspective drawing on analyses of core policies at EU level, exploring the gender patterns evident in the way in which economic and social policies have been developed and implemented.
Type of material: Technical Report
Publisher: Foundation for European Progressive Studies
Keywords: Gender equalityEconomic crisisIrelandEU employment
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Language: en
Status of Item: Peer reviewed
Is part of: Foundation for European Progressive Studies (eds.). Beyond Austerity, Towards Employment: A gender aware framework
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