We study the economic impact of gender gaps

We study the main gender gaps that still exist in society in order to quantify their repercussions on the economy and analyse the causes of inequalities faced by women and men in different areas.

Gender Gap in Innovative Entrepreneurship This report, prepared by AFI and promoted by Redeia, shows the current situation of the gender gap in innovative entrepreneurship in Spain and the impact it has on both the social aspect and the economy of the country.
Gender gap in emotional health This report, sponsored by Merck, reveals the social and economic impact of the gender gap in emotional health in Spain. The report highlights the economic impact of the gender gap in emotional health, focusing on four key categories: mood, work environment, self-care and the emotional health gap of young people.
Gender gap in digital professions This report, promoted by Telefónica, reveals the effects that closing the gender gap in digital professions would have on the Spanish economy.
Gender gap in SMEs and the self-employed The study, sponsored by the CEOE Foundation, shows for the first time the contribution that closing the gap between SMEs and the self-employed in Spain would make to the Spanish economy.
Gender gap in rural areas The study, promoted by CaixaBank, sheds new light on the dual inequalities faced by women in rural areas, highlighting the impact of this gap on our economy.
Gender gap in disability The study, sponsored by the Grupo Social ONCE, reveals for the first time results that had not previously been analysed from the dual perspective of gender and disability, and measures the economic impact of the inequalities faced by women with disabilities in the areas of employment and consumption.
Gender gap in public visibility The study, presented by KREAB, develops the first index, on a global scale, which quantifies gender diversity in leadership roles across politics, business, and media. The report highlights the opportunity cost of the lack of equality in the field of public visibility in Spain, and analyses the value that equal representation of women and men in decision-making positions would have for the creation of wealth in the country.
Gender gap in consumption The report presented by L’Oréal Spain reveals that women drive the change towards more responsible and sustainable consumption. The investigation provides an in-depth analysis of female consumers: they manage household expenses and their purchasing behaviour is more conscious, thoughtful and multichannel than men's.