Gender research in PIM: rural transformation, productivity, and women’s empowerment
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In this video, Cheryl Doss, leader of our “Cross-cutting Gender Research and Coordination” flagship, talks about the three big issues the flagship is focusing on, and the team’s contribution to developing methods for collecting sex-disaggregated data for better gender analysis.
Cheryl Doss is a development economist whose research focuses on issues related to assets, agriculture, and gender with a regional focus on Africa south of the Sahara. She is Senior Departmental Lecturer in Development Economics at the Oxford Department of International Development and leader of PIM’s Flagship 6: Cross-cutting Gender Research and Coordination.
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