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Cecilia Ng, Sheila Rowbotham, A. van Luijken, Ruth Pearson, Partha Mitter, Cheah Siew Hoon
Swasti Mitter (22 May 1939 – 1 May 2016) was a researcher into gender and development. She held posts as Professor of Gender and Technology at the University of Brighton, and as a Deputy Director of the UNU Institute of New Technologies at the University of Maastricht (Now UNU-MERIT). Her main area of research involved exploring the ways Information Technologies have influenced employment patterns for women in less developed countries.
Swasti Mitter Wikipedia
Mitter, S. (1986). Common fate, common bond: Women in the global economy. London: Pluto.
Mitter, S., & Rowbotham, S. (1995). Women encounter technology: Changing patterns of employment in the Third World. London: Routledge.
Mitter, S., Pearson, R., Ng, C., & International Labour Organisation. (1992). Global information processing: The emergence of software services and data entry jobs in selected developing countries. Geneva: ILO.