Inequality

It’s time to close the gender gaps in taxation

Gender gaps in labor market participation, entrepreneurship, and land ownership lead to significantly lower productivity, and in turn, lower economic growth. Image: Unsplash/Kelly Sikkema

Caren Grown

Senior Director of Gender, World Bank

Ceren Ozgen

Assistant Professor in Economics, University of Birmingham

Chiara Bronchi

Practice Manager, Fiscal Policy and Sustainable Growth, Macroeconomics, Trade, and Investment Global Practice, World Bank

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