This policy brief explores a gendered and expansionary macroeconomic scenario for Europe as an alternative to the current direction of austerity policies. This alternative macroeconomic scenario focuses on the need to generate higher growth in employment and to narrow the gap between female and male employment rates in the Eurozone (in particular in the South Eurozone).
EU Care Atlas: how care deficits impact the gender earnings gap
While the attention is often focused on the gender pay gap (which averages 13% in […]
FEPS Joins the Brussels Binder Think Tank Network
The Foundation for European Progressive Studies (FEPS) and the Brussels Binder commit to strengthening their […]
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