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Persistent Inequalities: Women and World Development

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Synthesizing the vast amount of research done in the last two decades on the roles of women in economic development, this anthology provides both a historical and political overview of the field and a careful examination of major areas of current research. The volume brings together essays by women and men from an international field of scholars representing a wide spectru ...more
Paperback, 320 pages
Published February 15th 1990 by Oxford University Press, USA
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An interesting edited volume on women's issues in world development: contains some very good chapters, especially one by Amartya Sen on gender and cooperative conflict...
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