How can global institutions ensure tackling women’s economic empowerment is done in the most effective way? Sargon Nisson from the Bretton Woods Project, argues that the IMF could think differently. Gender is rising up the agenda of economic policy making. This year we have seen a step-change in how global economic institutions consider women’s economic empowerment. However the nature of …
About the Author
Sargon Nissan is the IMF & Finance Manager at the Bretton Woods Project. His role includes overseeing a two-year project examining Gender Equality & Macroeconomic policy which began in 2015. Sargon's background includes many years working in the finance sector, development and policy research roles.