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Accessing the performance of GQAL in changing gender norms and behaviour
(BRAC University, 2012-09)
Diverging stories of son preference in South Asia: a comparison of India and Bangladesh
(BRAC University, 2012-11)
In Bangladesh, overall sex ratio has declined from 109.6 (males/females) in the 1950s to 100.3 in 2011. Unlike countries with female deficits, the improvement in sex ratio has extended to the under‐5 age group. This has ...
The under reporting of women's economic activity in Bangladesh : an examination of official statistics
(BRAC University, 2011-02)
In Bangladesh women are engaged in a variety of economic activities ranging from homestead based expenditure saving activities to outside paid work. However, women's work always remains under reported, especially ...
Does paid work provide a pathway to women's empowerment? Empirical findings from Bangladesh
(BRAC University, 2011-07)
The debate about the relationship between paid work and women’s position within the family and society is a long standing one. Some argue that women’s integration into the market is the key to their empowerment while ...