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THE IMPACT OF NEW DIGITAL TECHNOLOGIES ON GENDER EQUALITY IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES

@inproceedings{Sorgner2020THEIO,
  title={THE IMPACT OF NEW DIGITAL TECHNOLOGIES ON GENDER EQUALITY IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES},
  author={Alina Sorgner and John Cabot},
  year={2020}
}

Gender and Industrialization: Developments and Trends in the Context of Developing Countries

This paper reviews the literature on the relationship between gender (in)equality and industrialization in the context of developing countries. It documents past developments, accounting for

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