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The Book provides discussion on how Feminist Values have been the source of economic prosperity within a society and these values are duly translated into economic development of nation states and a peaceful transformation of civil society. The Feminist Values stands for leadership, kindness and compassion that builds trustworthy and ethical society. In the age of mechanical routines and materialistic orientation, it is the feminist values that safeguard the unit of family towards greater efficiency and productivity of economic agents in a household. The book draws the attention towards…mehr

Produktbeschreibung
The Book provides discussion on how Feminist Values have been the source of economic prosperity within a society and these values are duly translated into economic development of nation states and a peaceful transformation of civil society. The Feminist Values stands for leadership, kindness and compassion that builds trustworthy and ethical society. In the age of mechanical routines and materialistic orientation, it is the feminist values that safeguard the unit of family towards greater efficiency and productivity of economic agents in a household. The book draws the attention towards greater understanding of traditional societies that can guide modern day feminist theories that make good effort for securing equal rights for women. Feminist theories should not out rightly reject traditional values that put greater value to unit of family. The book evidently shows that this becomes important especially in the age of Artificial Intelligence. Furthermore, the book contains a detailed dialogue with the World Bank President Ajay Banga on future role of the Bank for community development in developing countries through women empowerment.
Autorenporträt
Dawood Mamoon a été directeur du Bureau de la recherche, de l'innovation et de la commercialisation (ORIC) à l'Institut Ghulam Ishaq Khan (GIK), la principale université d'ingénierie du Pakistan, de 2020 à 2022. Il a été professeur d'économie à l'Université de gestion et de technologie (UMT), qui figure parmi les 500 meilleures universités du monde.