Articles by Gaia Taffoni

July 27, 2023

Gender Impact Assessment: a policy tool to advance gender equality

Gaia Taffoni
Countries attempting to improve women's position in relation to that of men have started using a Gender Impact Assessment (GIA) to examine policies' potential effects. But social and cultural barriers to gender justice and the politicisation of gender mainstreaming challenge its successful implementation, writes Gaia Taffoni
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Gaia Taffoni
Research Fellow and Teaching Associate, School of Transnational Governance, European University Institute, Florence

Gaia’s research interests include regulatory governance and comparative public policy, with particular interest in the theories and approaches of the policy process.

Her most recent work has appeared in international journals such as the Policy Study Journal, the Journal of European Public Policy, the European Journal of Risk Regulation and the European Policy Analysis Journal.

Gaia is a member of the ECPR Standing Group on Regulatory Governance, the International Public Policy Association and the Association for the Promotion of the Right to Science, Science for Democracy.

She tweets @TaffoniGaia

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