About the Book

Explore the complexities of women's participation in global trade through the lens of intersectionality—examining the intertwined influences of race, class, and gender. Despite the benefits of international commerce, women face unique obstacles.

"INTERSECTIONALITY: How Women’s Participation in International Trade is Affected by Race, Class, and Gender" highlights challenges at the nexus of race, class, and gender that hinder women's entry into global trade. Financial constraints and discrimination, especially for marginalized women, limit opportunities. By understanding these intersections, policymakers can craft inclusive solutions to empower women in international trade, promoting economic growth and gender equality.