Browsing School of Business and Economics by Subject "Gender economics"
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Analyzing gender-based differential advantage: a gendered model of emerging and constructed opportunities. (National University of Ireland, Galway, 1998-10)This paper develops and uses the Model of Emerging and Constructed Opportunities (MECO) to analyze the emergence of systematic institutional and gender-based differential advantage. Using an evolutionary process ...