Gender Inequality

How multinationals influence the gender wage gap on a global scale

Multinational companies in developing countries have wider gender wage gap than domestic firms. Image: REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya

Khadija van der Straaten

Lecturer, Rotterdam Business School

Niccolò Pisani

Associate Professor of Strategy and International Business, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Ans Kolk

Professor, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands

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The gender wage gap remains substantial, especially for women with children. Image: UN Women

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The width of the gender wage gap is quite different among developed and developing countries. Image: UN
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Gender InequalitySDG 05: Gender EqualityWorkforce and EmploymentEconomic ProgressInequality

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