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The economic ramification of equating women empowerment to feminism in Africa

Senzu, Emmanuel Tweneboah (2016): The economic ramification of equating women empowerment to feminism in Africa. Forthcoming in: : pp. 1-17.

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Abstract

There is quantum empirical evidence and numerous literature that correlate women economic empowerment to macroeconomic growth, which further argue a strong correlation of economic empowerment of women to feminism agenda. This has led to the rise of gender democracy and feminism in the past two decades up to date. However, this development of women with high educational status driven under feminism is failing to correlate to any meaningful macroeconomic growth in Africa as proposed, which this paper phenomenological seeks to prove the lack of correlation between feminism and women economic empowerment, hence leading to low or no effect in macroeconomic growth in Africa economic ecosystem.

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