Gender Empowerment, Supply-Chain Linkages and Foreign Direct Investment : Evidence on Bangladesh
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KeywordsGender and Development; Labor Markets; Rural Labor Markets; General Manufacturing; Business Cycles and Stabilization Policies; Textiles; Apparel&Leather Industry; Pulp&Paper Industry; Common Carriers Industry; Construction Industry; Plastics&Rubber Industry; Food&Beverage Industry;
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- NEP-INT-2020-08-17 (International Trade)
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