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Promoting Women's Economic Participation in India

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  • Ejaz Ghani
  • William Kerr
  • Stephen D. O'Connell

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  • Ejaz Ghani & William Kerr & Stephen D. O'Connell, 2013. "Promoting Women's Economic Participation in India," World Bank Other Operational Studies 17013, The World Bank.
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    5. Leora F. Klapper & Simon C. Parker, 2011. "Gender and the Business Environment for New Firm Creation," World Bank Research Observer, World Bank Group, vol. 26(2), pages 237-257, August.
    6. Ejaz Ghani & William R. Kerr & Stephen D. O'Connell, 2013. "Local industrial structures and female entrepreneurship in India," Journal of Economic Geography, Oxford University Press, vol. 13(6), pages 929-964, November.
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