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       Sunday, April 22, 2018       
Integrating Gender in Economic Analysis

Integrating Gender in Economic Analysis

 

Abstract: Gender is one of four cross-cutting or mainstreaming areas, along with education, human resources development, environment and poverty that are critical for development planning. Given that a key objective of macroeconomic policy is to promote economic growth, it is necessary to
integrate all the important factors that inhibit or promote growth into macroeconomic analysis. This paper highlight why it is important to
integrate gender dimensions into economic analysis, and examines previous efforts to integrate gender into economic analysis. The paper reviews the conceptual issues, previous efforts to integrate gender into economic analysis. The paper reviews the conceptual issues, previous efforts to integrate gender into economic analysis and their findings and offers a guide on how gender could be integrated in ways that make economics accessible to a wider audience.

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