Studies have shown that men and women in developing countries differ in their preferences, attitudes, and constraints. A new brief presents an overview of EPAR’s previous research on gender and outlines summaries and key findings from 43 technical reports and research briefs that focus on or discuss issues related to gender in development, and will serve as a foundation for our ongoing research in this area.
Established in 2008, the Evans School Policy Analysis and Research Group (EPAR) uses an innovative student-faculty team model to provide rigorous, applied research and analysis to international development stakeholders. EPAR has prepared more than 300 technical reports and briefs including: statistical data analysis and research, literature reviews and analysis, and portfolio analysis and strategy support. Our reports focus on agriculture, development policy, financial services, poverty reduction, gender, and measurement and evaluation.