Social Marketing , Education and the Female Workforce : A Comparison of United Arab Emirates and Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

@article{Rashedi2015SocialM,
  title={Social Marketing , Education and the Female Workforce : A Comparison of United Arab Emirates and Kingdom of Saudi Arabia},
  author={Noura Al Rashedi and Abdullah Al Shamsi and Mohamed Rashed and Tomasz Sińczak and S. Hodgson and K. O'Neil},
  journal={The Middle-East Journal of Business},
  year={2015},
  volume={10},
  pages={39-49}
}
The religious, socioeconomic, and political status are fundamental principles that form the values of women’s lifestyles in the Muslim World and especially in the GCC. It varies largely from nation to nation depending on how globalization has managed to affect the society in line with the lifestyles of modern living. The World Economic Forum report (WEF, 2014) shows that the UAE focuses on transforming the country into a diversified self-sustaining market-driven economy. The economic prosperity… Expand
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