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To Defeat Gender Inequality in the Workplace, Saudi Arabia Needs More Data

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Saudi Arabia is well behind the curve when it comes to gender equality in the workplace, but the Kingdom has an opportunity to avoid repeating the mistakes other countries made in pursuit of the same goal. Read more at Al Arabiya.

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Saudi Arabia is well behind the curve when it comes to gender equality in the workplace, but the Kingdom has an opportunity to avoid repeating the mistakes other countries made in pursuit of the same goal. Read more at Al Arabiya

Omar Ahmad Al-Ubaydli
Omar Al-Ubaydli is an affiliated senior research fellow at the Mercatus Center at George Mason University, a senior fellow at the Bahrain Center for Strategic, International, and Energy Studies, and an affiliated associate professor of economics at George Mason University.

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