Engendering economic recovery: modelling alternatives to austerity in Europe
This article explores a gendered expansionary macroeconomic scenario for Europe as an alternative to the current direction of austerity policies over the medium to long-term. Using a macroeconomic forecasting model we demonstrate that the dual aim of economic growth and increases in both male and fe...
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University of Greenwich 01.06.2015
|Data of publication:||2015-06-01|
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