Women Are A $750 Billion Problem For Japan

25 July 2019

As Japan’s economy mulls ways to boost a flagging economy, no policy lever holds more promise than empowering women. In rabidly patriarchal Tokyo, no hint of progress is too small to celebrate as a touchstone moment for equality. This explains why the Twittersphere got so excited this week about Japan Airlines finally allowing female flight attendants to wear pants. It explains, too, why observers are celebrating the election as a gender touchstone.

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