'Womenomics' Marks Social Shift in Tradition-Bound Japan

Apr 24, 2014

Carnegie Council Senior Fellow Devin Stewart spoke with The Diplomat on the prospects of 'Womenomics' and changes in Japan's social attitudes. The interview took place within the context of Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's pledge to improve the status of female workers in attempt to boost the country's GDP and add to its shrinking labor force.

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