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The APEC Women and The Economy Dashboard 2015

The APEC Women and The Economy Dashboard 2015

PUBLICATION NUMBER
APEC#251-SE-01.11
YEAR
2015
PUBLISHED DATE
September 2015
TYPE OF PUBLICATION
Reports
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149
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APEC Women and the Economy Dashboard - Introduction and Analysis
FILE SIZE: 0.41 MB
Executive Summary, Dashboards for APEC and Individual Economies
FILE SIZE: 2.47 MB

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FILE SIZE: 2.88 MB

Description

The APEC Women and the Economy Dashboard is an initiative that seeks to provide a snapshot of the status of women in APEC, by looking at a set of indicators in recent years, which allows measurement of the progress of women’s participation in economic-related activities and women’s inclusion in several aspects of life. The Dashboard is comprised of almost 80 indicators for each APEC economy and the APEC region as a whole. Those indicators are classified in five areas previously identified as priorities by the APEC Policy Partnership of Women and the Economy (PPWE): 1) access to capital and assets; 2) access to markets; 3) skills, capacity-building and health; 4) leadership, voice and agency; and 5) innovation and technology.




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Individual Files

APEC Women and the Economy Dashboard - Introduction and Analysis
FILE SIZE: 0.41 MB
Executive Summary, Dashboards for APEC and Individual Economies
FILE SIZE: 2.47 MB

All Files

FILE SIZE: 2.88 MB

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Description

The APEC Women and the Economy Dashboard is an initiative that seeks to provide a snapshot of the status of women in APEC, by looking at a set of indicators in recent years, which allows measurement of the progress of women’s participation in economic-related activities and women’s inclusion in several aspects of life. The Dashboard is comprised of almost 80 indicators for each APEC economy and the APEC region as a whole. Those indicators are classified in five areas previously identified as priorities by the APEC Policy Partnership of Women and the Economy (PPWE): 1) access to capital and assets; 2) access to markets; 3) skills, capacity-building and health; 4) leadership, voice and agency; and 5) innovation and technology.

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File size: 2670.36KB