Curation in progress. In the meantime, below are few suggestions.
|1.||Opening doors: gender equality and development in the Middle East North Africa
by The World Bank
In the last two decades, the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region has closed many critical gender gaps, especially in ensuring equal...
|2.||Gender dimensions of investment climate reform: a guide for policy makers and practitioners
by Simavi, Sevi Manuel, Clare
Promoting women's economic empowerment is increasingly seen as one of the most important driving forces behind economic growth and the fig...
|3.||Equality for women: where do we stand on Millennium Development Goal 3?
by Buvinić, Mayra
There is compelling evidence of the importance of gender equality for poverty reduction and sustainable growth. So it should come as no su...
|4.||Gender and macroeconomic policy
by Nallari, Raj Griffith, Breda
This report aims to show how macroeconomic policies create differential opportunities for women and men. This volume comprises nine chapte...
|5.||Voice and agency: empowering women and girls for shared prosperity
by Klugman, Jeni
Despite recent advances in important aspects of the lives of girls and women, pervasive challenges remain. These challenges reflect widesp...
|6.||Girls' education in the 21st century: gender equality, empowerment, and economic growth
by Tembon, Mercy Fort, Lucia
Gender equality is not just a women's issue, it is a development issue. Women's economic empowerment is essential for economic development...
|7.||On norms and agency: conversations about gender equality with women and men in 20 countries
by Muñoz Boudet, Ana María
Social norms, gender roles, beliefs about one’s own capacity, and assets, as well as communities and countries, determine the opportunitie...
|8.||Gender disparities in Africa's labor market
by Arbache, Jorge Saba Kolev, Alexandre
"A copublication of the Agence française de développement and the World Bank."--T.p.
|9.||The women, gender and development reader
by Visvanathan, Nalini, 1945
2011, 2nd ed.
"In this fully revised second edition, the editors expertly present the impact of social, political and economic change by reviewing such ...
|10.||Gender, development and disasters
by Bradshaw, Sarah
|11.||Female well-being: toward a global theory of social change
by Billson, Janet Mancini Fluehr-Lobban, Carolyn
|12.||The other half of gender: men's issues in development
by Bannon, Ian Correia, Maria
This book is an attempt to bring the gender and development debate full circle-from a much-needed focus on empowering women to a more comp...
|13.||Gender, conflict, and development
by Bouta, Tsjeard Frerks, Georg
Gender, Conflict, and Development was written as an effort to fill a gap between the Bank’s work on gender mainstreaming and its agenda in...
|14.||The Women, gender, and development reader
by Visvanathan, Nalini, 1945 Duggan, Lynn, 1956
|15.||Women in politics: gender, power and development
by Tadros, Mariz, 1975
Feminisms and development, 2014
|16.||Mining women: gender in the development of a global industry, 1670 to 2005
by Gier, Jaclyn J Mercier, Laurie
2006, 1st ed.
|17.||Women in the age of economic transformation: gender impact of reforms in post-socialist and developing countries
by Aslanbeigui, Nahid, 1954 Pressman, Steven
|18.||Gender aspects of the trade and poverty nexus: a macro-micro approach
by Bussolo, Maurizio De Hoyos, Rafael E
This report is on the findings of a major international research project examining the links between trade, gender, and poverty. Trade lib...
|19.||Gender and development in the Middle East and North Africa: women in the public sphere
by World Bank Staff
Decades of investment and improved policies have greatly increased women's education and health and have reduced their fertility rate. How...
|20.||Gender and sustainability: lessons from Asia and Latin America
by Cruz-Torres, María Luz, 1961 McElwee, Pamela D
|21.||Gender in South Asia: social imagination and constructed realities
by Channa, Subhadra, 1951
"Discusses gender in terms of models generalizing upon received wisdom from historical and cultural sources and lived realities"--Provided...
|22.||Desire for development: whiteness, gender, and the helping imperative
by Heron, Barbara
"In Desire for Development: Whiteness, Gender, and the Helping Imperative, Barbara Heron draws on poststructuralist notions of subjectivit...