Women in Developing Economies: Making Visible the Invisible
Berg Publishers, Apr 1, 1993 - Social Science - 300 pages
This book is a selection of studies and articles aimed to make planners and decision-makers aware of the invisible socio-economic and cultural contribution of women in developing countries, including questions of poverty, illiteracy, human resources and productivity.
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