Project update – Trade Preferences and Women’s Economic Empowerment

International Economics’ Paul Baker and  Pablo Quiles along with Kerry O’Donoghue and Loan Le produced this publication on the impact that trade preferences have on Women’s Economic Empowerment for the Work and Opportunities for Women Helpdesk.  They address amongst other questions, what impact trade preferences have on women and does unilateral tariff advantages harm or benefit women. The full publication, entitled Trade Preferences and Women’s Economic Empowerment, can be accessed here.

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