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Women in Developing Economies: Making Visible the Invisible

Edited By: J Massiah
Publisher: Berg Publishers
Women in Developing Economies: Making Visible the Invisible
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  • Women in Developing Economies: Making Visible the Invisible ISBN: 9780854963454 Hardback Apr 1993 Temporarily out of stock: order now to get this when available
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About this book

A selection of studies which seeks to sensitise planners and decision makers to the invisible socio-economic and cultural contribution of women in developing countries.

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Indicators for planning for women in Caribbean development, J. Massiah; women's role in the informal sector in Tunisia, El Amouri Institute; the survival strategies for poor families in Ghana, V. Okine; women's involvement in the urban economy in Colombia, M.D. de Suremain; integrating women in development planning - the role of traditional wisdom, M.A. Singamma Sreenivasan Foundation.

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Detlev Karsten Professor of Economics,University of Bonn
Edited By: J Massiah
Publisher: Berg Publishers
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