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Engendering Development.

King, E. M. and A. D. Mason (2001). Engendering Development. Washington, D.C., World Bank.

The report aims to improve understanding of the links among gender issues, public policy, and development, and in so doing to foster a wider
interest in and a stronger commitment to promoting gender equality.This report is written for a broad audience of students and practitioners
of development, and especially for those who want to know why gender-related issues matter to development policy and practice. It focuses on
evidence from developing countries, but when empirical research on key aspects is thin or missing in these countries, we present findings from industrial countries. Indeed, there are many lessons to be learned and shared across countries that take different approaches and are at different stages of development.

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