Household Decisions , Gender , and Development A Synthesis of Recent Research

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  title={Household Decisions , Gender , and Development A Synthesis of Recent Research},
  author={Agnes R. Quisumbing},
  year={2003}
}
IFPRI was founded in 1975 to develop policy solutions for sustainably meeting the food needs of the developing world. Research, capacity strengthening, and policy communications at IFPRI concentrate on achieving economic growth and poverty reduction in low-income countries, improving food and nutrition security of poor people, and managing the natural resource base that supports agriculture. IFPRI researchers work closely with national counterparts and collaborate to strengthen research… CONTINUE READING
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