Women's Work in the World Economy: A Personal & Political Perspective from Laura Tyson

4/20/2015; 87 minutes

Economic growth around the world is influenced by who is in the workforce and what they are paid. Women's participation and compensation are shifting under the influence of social and economic trends at the national level and on a global scale. UC Berkeley Professor Laura Tyson shares some of her own experiences, observations, and analysis as she makes a case for greater gender parity for economic growth, including how economic policy can influence the recruitment and retention of women in workplaces worldwide. Recorded on 02/17/2015. (#29294)

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