Do Gender Targets and Gender Working Groups Contribute to More Gender-Sensitive Budget Support? Evidence from 14 Sub-Saharan African Countries
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Keywordsbudget support; QCA (qualitative comparative analysis); gender; primary education enrolment; incentives; Sub-Saharan Africa;
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