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World Bank policy and research bulletin 11(3) (Inglês)

Engendering development through gender equality. New research. Publications and data.

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  • Data do documento

    2000/09/30

  • TIpo de documento

    Boletim

  • No. do relatório

    21884

  • Nº do volume

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • Data de divulgação

    2010/07/01

  • Nome do documento

    World Bank policy and research bulletin 11(3)

  • Palavras-chave

    Environment and Social Development;gender equality in education;gender equality in right;quality of public service;infant and child mortality;investment in female education;gender gap in education;bribes to government official;financial safety net;commodity price uncertainty;Poverty &Inequality;access to information;risk and vulnerability;cities in transition;per capita income;health care centers;inequalities between women;increase in mortality;quality of lives;public service delivery;household living standard;share of children;female enrollment ratio;high child mortality;education and health;quality of care;return to investment;child survival rate;unilateral tariff reduction;panel data set;Rate of migration;political economy model;measurement of poverty;pricing irrigation water;vulnerability to poverty;impact of trade;health care program;safety net subsidy;household survey data;personal pension plan;population with access;improvements in health;closing gender gap;promoting gender equality;status of woman;women in business;per capita gnp;benefits of trade;control of resource;safety net program;forms of gender;control of land;schooling for girl;access to land;civil society group;barrier to girl;equality in access;gender inequalities;Gender Inequality;gender disparity;gender discrimination;household income;human capital;gender difference;duty drawback;Public Goods;Social Protection;political participation;economic institution;political voice;gender relation;public life;income growth;Transition economies;labor demand;financial structure;safe water;export bias;transition economy;household decision;work experience;increasing return;hot spot;young child;institutional change;financial system;domestic chore;market volatility;industrial growth;empirical work;financial crisis;research technique;social capital;Social Sciences;persistent disparity;active labor;analytical method;rural income;life prospects;civil liberty;production practice;relative price;chemical pesticide;urban migration;public policy;cultivated area;equal right;legal institution;ethical behavior;imported inputs;adolescent girl;long hour;nutrition indicator;stock market;aid dependence;partial equilibrium;general equilibrium;fax service;risk shifting;foreign entry;incomplete contract;foreign investor;pension reform;labor redundancy;common sense;institutional environment;private ownership;financial liberalization;empirical analysis;essential services;trading arrangement;productivity policy;political competition;study in terms;liberalization efforts;public default;agricultural sector;common international;financial architecture;Social Welfare;Health Service;rural area;price policy;productive activity;agricultural support;empirical research;productivity growth;market development;capital regulation;currency crisis;public support;Civil War;social cohesion;socioeconomic inequality;public official;Trade Policy;public pay;intraregional trade;farm size;Trade Policies;discretionary decision;Labor Market;development policy;sector specialist;positive impact;political parties;political party;financial service;state law;statutory law;wealth distribution;poor household;equal participation;incentive program;school enrollment;child nutrition;children's nutrition;analytical tool;income increase;Price Subsidies;urban system;study estimate;protected area;pesticide application;protectionist trade;import tariff;information gap;trade protection;local access;habitat conservation;land management;innovative uses;indirect incentives;relative wage;extension program;financial organization;political arena;international community;long-term strategy;productive asset;peer group;school attendance;equitable access;market power;traditional form;Bank Procedure;gender bias;small area;multiple regression;price change;health clinic;subsidy policy;health clinics;food production;legal right;Public Services;land right;socioeconomic status;child policy;job characteristic;wage gap;wage sector;industrial country

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