FEMISE MED BRIEF n°8 – Boosting female labour market participation rates in the MENA region: Can collaborative economy be of help?
June 5, 2018
This policy brief evaluates the potential of collaborative economy for increasing labour force participation of women in the MENA (Middle East and North Africa) region. Specifically, it examines the ways in which the collaborative economy can enable joining labour market to those women who wish to do it, but for various practical (lack of jobs, difficult commutes), societal (restrictions on outside-of-the-house activities), or family (caring responsibilities) reasons had been unable to do so.
The FEMISE Policy Brief series MED BRIEF aspires to provide Forward Thinking for the EuroMediterranean region. The briefs contain succinct, policy-oriented analysis of relevant EuroMed issues, presenting the views of FEMISE researchers and collaborators to policy-makers.