A report titled ‘The Contribution of Women to the Spanish Economy’ aims to provide a quantitative approximation of the economic value of women’s contribution to the labor market and the economy in Spain. The study argues that the additional work performed by women, including domestic and unpaid care work, is not taken into account in calculating the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) of the country. The monetization of this work indicates that women’s contribution to the total economy of Spain is equal to or even surpasses that of men.
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– A report on the contribution of women to the Spanish economy highlighted that the GDP does not consider the additional work performed by women, such as domestic and unpaid care work.
– The study suggests that women’s contribution to the total economy of Spain is equal to or even exceeds that of men.
– The report argues that decision-making based solely on criteria of economic efficiency and effectiveness leads to inequalities and reinforces dynamics that limit the development options for women.
– If measures are not taken to ensure equity in the distribution of funds, the economic activity of women will be adversely affected and the professional development and economic potential of future generations of women will be compromised.
– The report will be presented at an event called ‘Dona i Economia’ at the Club Diario de Ibiza, where experts will discuss the findings and engage in a roundtable and discussion with attendees.
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