Gender Discrimination: Tell-tale Sign of Inadequate Economic Development


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Gender Discrimination: Tell-tale Sign of Inadequate Economic Development
In terms of Western civilization, the chicken-and-the-egg questions becomes, 'What came first, gender discrimination or inefficient economics?' Was keeping women out of the workplace, out of commercial society, a symptom of an immature culture's inability to create proper gender balance or did this age-old discrimination result in largely imbalanced economics? Clearly, as evidenced by the gender reforms in First World countries as compared to the developing world, modernization and the erasure of the gender gap in the workplace are tied together, but it is now becoming progressively clearer that creating a less discriminatory balance in the employment sector is of...
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.....equality is symptomatic of an impoverished, dictatorial, or stunted country.
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