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Gender and Agriculture in Sub-Saharan Africa (English)

This issue contributes to the literature on gender differences in sub-Saharan African agriculture primarily by using new and innovative micro data. The first six studies in this issue see reverse side of flyer, focus on the extent and drivers of gender differences in agricultural productivity. These studies use multi-topic, nationally representative, sex-disaggregated data from the living standards measurement study-integrated surveys on agriculture (LSMS-ISA) initiative. The remaining two studies in this volume rely on in-depth quantitative and qualitative case study data from Mozambique, providing complimentary insights.

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Gender and Agriculture in Sub-Saharan Africa (English). Agricultural Economics,vol. 46, issue 3 Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/150831587021156334/Gender-and-Agriculture-in-Sub-Saharan-Africa