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Janneke Pieters is Research Associate at the Institute for the Study of Labor (IZA) in Germany, where she is one of the core members of the Employment and Development Program. She obtained her Ph.D. in economics from the University of Groningen Growth and Development Center. Her research interests are in the fields of development, labour, and international economics, with a particular focus on women’s labour market outcomes, education, and inequality.
Posts by Janneke Pieters
Foreign market access and competition in India's textile and clothing industries: Impacts on firms and workers
This project aims to estimate the effects of foreign market access and export competition on plants and workers in the textiles and clothing industries in India.
Over the past two decades, urban India has experienced expansion in women’s education, fertility decline and growth in white-collared jobs. Then why is it that female labour force participation has ...