By N. Aslanbeigui
Alterations are sweeping the realm economic system and are so much obvious in post-socialist Europe and within the constructing international. This quantity examines the impression those adjustments are having on ladies. The authors speak about the facts of gender bias and succeed in a few telling if unsurprising conclusions. whatever the state concerned, the findings element to constant lady drawback within the transformation strategy.
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Extra resources for Women in the Age of Economic Transformation: Impact of Reforms in Post-Socialist and Developing Countries
The new government implemented a programme of radical economic reforms. Many of these reforms were the direct outgrowth of a decade of unpopular and ill-conceived economic half-measures propounded by the Polish Communist Party to combat skyrocketing foreign debt, a growing budget deficit, hyperinflation and severe consumer-goods shortages in the domestic market. Facing economic collapse, Poland’s democratically elected government committed itself to a ‘shock therapy’ programme, the vital aspects of which are economic liberalization, macroeconomic stabilization and massive privatization.
Improved communication and greater ability to travel made East Germans aware of growing differences in living standards between the East and West. Finally, as the people of East Germany were demanding greater social respect and freedom, their government remained rigid and authoritarian. These forces all contributed to the dismantling of the Berlin Wall. The political and economic transformation began a few weeks after the frontier to West Germany was opened on 9 November 1989 (Rothschild 1993: 260ff).
They may contribute, at least partly, to an involuntary withdrawal of women from the labour market, and thus to a reduction in the overall labour supply. THE PROSPECTS FOR EAST GERMAN WOMEN 23 The price for such a patriarchal ‘solution’ to the employment problem will be high—it could mean a retraditionalization of German society. Women’s claims on gainful employment and economic independence are being threatened by public policies, by political action within governments, by the administration of employment and retraining programmes, and by the trade unions.