The index captures and quantifies the three dimensions of women’s inclusion (economic, social, political), justice (formal laws and informal discrimination), and security (at the individual, community, and societal levels) at the global level.
... 2021 | 6.84 MB | Public Policy, | English |
Género en el Sistema Financiero 2018
El presente informe de la SBIF constituye la decimoséptima edición de un compromiso institucional que, en lo fundamental, busca satisfacer requerimientos de información asociados al diseño e implementación de... 2018 | 576.50 KB | Public Policy, | Español |
Leave No One Behind
This call to action for gender equality and women's economic empowerment by the UN Secretary-General's High-Level Panel on Women's Economic Empowerment aims to draw attention to the challenges faced by the most disadvantaged women,... 2016 | 1.51 MB | Public Policy, | English |
Women, Business and the Law 2016
This World Bank report measures and compares gender parity in 173 economies, using data about legal restrictions on women’s entrepreneurship and employment in order to inform policy discussions and promote research... 2016 | 2.92 MB | Public Policy, | English |
Promoviendo Sistemas Financieros Inclusivos: La Integración de un Enfoque de Género en Chile
Hasta el momento Chile es el único país en el mundo que ha realizado y publicado
en forma sistemática, durante más de 10 años, datos desagregados por... 2016 | 553.71 KB | Public Policy, | Español |
Catalyzing Inclusive Financial Systems: Chile’s Commitment to Women’s Data
Chile is the only country in the world that has consistently tracked sex-disaggregated data on its financial system for over 10 years. This study explores why this was... 2016 | 530.52 KB | Public Policy, | English |
The Value of Sex-Disaggregated Data
Governments and agencies around the world are increasingly prioritizing full financial inclusion of women, but moving the needle is impossible without data on how many women actually have access to financial services... 2015 | 1.53 MB | Public Policy, | English |
Assessment Paper: Gender Inequality
This assessment considers the worldwide costs from 1900 to 2050 of continued gender inequality. The main cost is considered to be the inefficient underutilization of women in production.
... 2014 | 1.45 MB | Public Policy, | English |
Preliminary Benefit-Cost Assessment of the Final OWG Outcome
The Copenhagen Consensus Center provides information on which targets will do the most social good, relative to their costs. More than 30 of the world’s top economists have assessed the... 2014 | 765.04 KB | Public Policy, | English |
This paper by the Copenhagen Consensus Center examines the benefits and costs of the gender equality targets for the post-2015 development agenda.
... 2014 | 1.68 MB | Public Policy, | English |