"This publication makes a compelling argument that economic growth is an inherently gendered process and that gender-based inequalities can, in fact, be barriers to shared prosperity. The book argues that for growth to be truly inclusive and gender-equitable, the pattern of growth must create decent work and productive employment opportunities for women and men. This would require policymakers to adopt human rights as a guiding normative framework and to rethink the role of macro-level economic policies, including trade, industrial, macroeconomic, finance, and investment policies. The book highlights the importance of addressing unpaid care and domestic work and calls for a transformative approach that recognizes and values care work."-- provided by publisher. Preface -- Chapter 1 : Conceptualizing gender-equitable inclusive growth -- Chapter 2 : Tools of macroeconomic policy: Fiscal, monetary and macroprudential approaches -- Chapter 3 : Gender-inclusive industrialization for growth and development in the context of globalization -- Chapter 4 : Public investments and human investments: Rethinking macroeconomic relationships from a gender perspective -- Chapter 5 : How human rights can strengthen prospects for gender-equitable inclusive growth.