Gender quotas in Slovenia: A short analysis of failures and hopes

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June 27, 2014

Gender quotas in Slovenia: A short analysis of failures and hopes

Slovenia is a Central-East European state entering the European Union as a kind of "success story‟. It‟s transition into the free market economy was one of the most unproblematic, with no shock therapies, with steady growth and stable economic indicators: GDP per head was in 1992 6.2751and in 2001 9805 USD for example, GDP per capita in PPS was 64 in 1996 and 70 in 2002, the unemployment rate is decreasing (7.2 in 1996 and 6.0 in 2002), and relatively similar by gender (5.7, for males 6.4 for females).

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Author: 
Milica G. Antić, Maruša Gortnar
Publisher: 
University of Ljubljana