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Gender and cooperative conflicts

  title={Gender and cooperative conflicts},
  author={Amartya Sen},
WIDER Annankatu 42 00100 HELSINKI FINLAND 1. Introduction (p.l) 2. Capabilities, well-being, agency and perceptions (p.6) 3. Social Technology, cooperation and conflicts (p.10) 4. Households economics, bargaining models and information bases (p.15) 5. Cooperative conflicts: Interests, contributions and perceptions (p.20) 6. Extended entitlements and perceived legitimacy (p.30) 7. Production, earnings and perceived contributions (p.37) 8. Well-being, agency and cooperative conflicts (p.42) 2… 

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