Gender dimension of economic transition in the CEE countries : implications for female entrepreneurship development
While the economic and social position, i.e. participation of the women in CEE countries was granted by the constitution and law on policy of full employment, the transitional turmoil has greatly changed the women's participation in the business, political and social arena. Studies across the region have been showing that women in transition have been more affected by the new macroeconomic policies, privatization and institution building as compared to men. (fragment of text)
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