This article looks at fairness in algorithms used to determine the creditworthiness of a potential client and analyses why these sexist algorithms need to be re-looked at, especially considering that women are being left behind.
The article discusses how access to and control of technology is predominantly exclusionary and suggests ways in which this may be remedied.
This article discusses the existing gender gap in the FinTech industry and analyses the existing government policies and initiatives that claim to regulate fintech with an aim to bridge this gap. It highlights the key regulatory and policy changes that are required to create an enabling environment for financial inclusion in India.
Gender budgeting is an important perspective for analysing National Budgets. Analysing lthe 2021-22 Union Budget of the Government of India, Shruti from Rethinking Economics and Sapni from r-TLP argue for feminist policythinking on the digital space.
E-commerce has made most of our lives simple and it has grown massively during the pandemic times. However, some questions on how Gender intersects with e-commerce, access to internet and conducting businesses online are some questions that need to be discussed more. In this article, Trisha from RE and Varini from r-TLP discuss how e-commerce, access to internet and gender intersect and possible policy initiatives that can be taken up by governments.