Engendering Development/Marketing Equality by Kerry Rittich
In a recent policy research report, Engendering Development: Through Gender Equality in Rights, Resources, and Voice, the World Bank lays out a new “market-centered” approach to gender equality. Engendering Development is important for at least two reasons. First, it represents the most ambitious and comprehensive attempt by the Bank to date to explore and resolve the relationship between two goals that have often been in tension, gender equality and the pursuit of economic growth. Second, it represents a significant departure from established international norms and strategies surrounding gender equality…
“Engendering Development/Marketing Equality”, 67 Albany Law Review 575 (2003-04).
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