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Karachi Electric Utility Case Study (English)

The South Asia energy unit of the World Bank is working with researchers from the Harvard Business School (HBS) on a series of South Asia gender and energy case studies. The case studies will look to employ a data-driven approach, which measures the impact of gender diversity on technical and financial performance in South Asian energy sector utilities. In early 2020, this approach was piloted with K-electric (KE), who graciously provided human resource (HR) data and performance metrics for their employees and key business areas. The limited data indicate that gender diversity may contribute towards a positive organizational performance at KE.

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Xia,Fan Vaidya,Pranav

Karachi Electric Utility Case Study (English). South Asia Gender and Energy Case Study Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/585421616661003684/Karachi-Electric-Utility-Case-Study