The Role of Women in Inclusive Growth in Pakistan


Labeeque Asif
Tehreem Pervez


This paper seeks to summarize the knowledge products obtained from existing studies, statements, and initiatives. There is no bigger policy challenge preoccupying leaders around the world than expanding social participation in the process and benefits of economic growth and integration. Even if the precise nature and relative importance of the causes of rising inequality and stagnating median household incomes remain in debate, a geographically and ideologically diverse consensus has emerged that a new, or at least significantly improved, model of economic growth and development is required. The practice of inclusive growth and development, therefore, requires widening the lens through which priorities are set in national economic strategies. Macroeconomic, trade, and financial stability policies remain critically important as they establish the conditions necessary for improvements in productivity that help drive growth.


How to Cite
Asif, .L. and Pervez, T. 2021. The Role of Women in Inclusive Growth in Pakistan. Journal of Policy Research. 7, 4 (Dec. 2021), 18–30.