We need to view the economy that’s been driven by coronavirus and our data through the lens of gender to see how this can have disastrous repercussions on more than half our population.
Perhaps the greatest economic lesson the U.S. will glean from the coronavirus is not only that slow-acting fiscal policy leaves the vulnerable more vulnerable. It’s also that any fiscal policy, slow-acting or not, without the gender lens leaves women to bear the brunt of a financial crisis.
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