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Perceptions of Precariousness

Achim Schmillen and Nina-Weimann Sandig

No 29539, World Bank Other Operational Studies from The World Bank

Keywords: Gender; -; Gender; and; Development; Gender; -; Gender; and; Economics; Gender; -; Gender; and; Poverty; Gender; -; Gender; and; Social; Policy; Rural; Development; -; Rural; Labor; Markets; Social; Protections; and; Labor; -; Labor; Markets (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2018-03
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