Demographic Dividends, Gender Equality, and Economic Growth: The Case of Cabo Verde

A new IMF working paper analyzes Cabo Verde’s demographic transition from the perspective of gender equality. It concludes: “As the pace of the demographic transition slows, promoting gender equality and increasing women’s labor force participation will be progressively more important in enhancing otherwise slow-growth dynamics, reducing poverty, and improving the lives of all, women and men.”

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