Gender Development Indicators: Issues, Debates and Ranking of Districts
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Keywordsgender; districts; development; study emphasizes; independent variable; analysis; major contradiction; equitable distribution; prosperity; social and cultural factors; methodology; selected; economic indicators; demographic; educational; health; soicocultural; Keynes; human development; Gandhi; GNP; gross national product; economic growth; welfare; development; prosperity; ethics; wealth;
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