Gender Inequality Index
Treating zeros and extreme values:
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The empowerment dimension is measured by two indicators: Access to higher education expands women's freedom by increasing their ability to question and increases their access to information which expands their public involvement.
There is much literature that finds women's access to education may reduce the AFR and child mortality rates within a country. The labor market dimension is measured by women's participation in the workforce. This dimension accounts for paid work, unpaid work , and actively looking for work. The data for this dimension is obtained through the International Labour Organization databases. Due to data limitations women's income and unpaid work are not represented in the labor market dimension of GII.
The metrics of the GII are similar in calculations to the Inequality-adjusted Human Development Index IHDI , which was also introduced in the Human Development Report, and can be interpreted as a percentage loss of human development due to shortcomings in the included dimensions.
There is a correlation between GII ranks and human development distribution, according to the UNDP countries that exhibit high gender inequality also show inequality in distribution of development, and vice versa.
The GII is an association-sensitive, responsive to distributional changes across dimension,  composite index used to rank the loss of development through gender inequality within a country. Treating zeros and extreme values: The maternal mortality rate is truncated systematically at minimum of 10 and maximum of 1, The maximum and minimum is based on the normative assumption that all countries with maternal mortality ratios above 1, do not differ in their ability to support for maternal health as well as the assumption that all countries below 10 do not differ in their abilities.
Countries with parliamentary representation reporting at 0 are counted as 0. Aggregating across dimensions within each gender group, using geometric means: Aggregating across dimensions for each gender group by the geometric mean makes the GII association-sensitive.
Aggregating across gender groups, using a harmonic mean: To compute the equally distributed gender index the female and male indices are aggregated by the harmonic mean of the geometric means to capture the inequality between females and males and adjust for association between dimensions. Calculating the geometric mean of the arithmetic means for each indicator: Obtain the reference standard by aggregating female and male indices with equal weight, and then aggregating indices across dimensions.
Reproductive health is not an average of female and male indices but half the distance from the norms established. Calculating the Gender Inequality Index: To compute the GII compare the equally distributed gender index from Step 3 to the reference standard from Step 4.
The maternal mortality ratio was calculated in the Gender Inequality Index at 10 even though the range of GII values should be between 0 and 1. To correct this the maternal mortality ratio is normalized by 10, which generally reduced the values of the GII. As there is no country with perfect gender equality, all countries suffer some loss of human development due to gender inequality. The world average GII score in was 0. The Human Development Report was able to calculate the GII rankings of countries for the reporting year The ten highest-ranked countries in terms of gender equality according to the GII for ,  ,  and The ten lowest ranked countries in terms of gender equality according to the GII for ,  ,  and Although the GII is a relatively new index that has only been in use since , there are some criticisms of the GII as a global measurement of gender inequality.
The GII may inadequately capture gender inequality and leave out important aspects or include unnecessary dimensions. The GII is a complex indicator with many components that are difficult for some to interpret or calculate. Klasen and Schüler as well as Permanyer argue that the complexity of the GII will make it difficult to interpret or understand for the professionals who would likely want to make use of it because so many non-linear procedures are applied to the data.
Klasen and Schüler claim that the GII is meant to represent a loss of human development, but the standard against which the losses are measured is not stated anywhere, unlike the GDI where the losses were measured against the HDI, making the HDI represent perfect equality. Both Klausen and Schüler as well as Permanyer argue that the GII mixes indices in a few ways which furthers the complexity and poses other issues.
The measurement combines well-being and empowerment which becomes problematic in that it increases the complexity, lacks transparency, and suffers from the problem of using an arithmetic means of ratios. For example, if the MMR is higher than 10 per , it is considered inequality. Enjoy the hot and steamy gay sex video of a horny and wild desi twink sucking off the big dick of his mature married neighbour!
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