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BIPR | How Does Trade Impact Women and How Can Trade Policies Support Women's Economic Empowerment?
How Does Trade Impact Women and How Can Trade Policies Support Women's Economic Empowerment?

October 28, 2021 - 18:30

Jane Korinek, Organisation of Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), France

How Does Trade Impact Women and How Can Trade Policies Support Women's Economic Empowerment?
International Economics Series

hosted by Professor Michael G. Plummer

Jane Korinek
Organisation of Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), France

Jane Korinek is an Economist and Trade Policy Analyst in the Trade and Agriculture Directorate of the Organisation of Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD).

Her recent policy research examines how trade impacts women and men differently, and how trade policies can support women's economic empowerment. Korinek has also carried out policy research in the areas of benefits of good regulation in the extractive industries, trade and the circular economy, export restrictions on raw materials, local content policies, global value chains, mining services and their competitiveness, impacts of regional trade agreements, trade costs, short-term trade finance and an early study (2005) on trade and gender. A Canadian and American national based in Paris, Korinek holds an undergraduate degree in Economics from Duke University and graduate degree in International Economics from Stanford University.

All events will be held in hybrid mode. SAIS Europe students, faculty, and staff are allowed to attend in person in the Auditorium.
External guests are welcome to participate by registering for the online webinar using the link below.






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