Gender Inequality and Its Effects on Industrial Development: Lessons for and from Nigeria
According to United Nations Development Programme (UNDP, 2004), development that is not engendered is endangered. Engendering industrial development through gender equality implies the effectiveness of institutional reforms, economic policies and active policy measures that promotes greater equality between women and men. Gender is a central organizing principle of societies and often governs...
Published at Trajectory to Industrial Development in Nigeria
Published in 2014
George, T.O., & Chukwuedozie, O.
George Tayo Ola » GEORGE, Tayo Ola is young Nigerian female budding scholar. She was an ex-banker with Nigeria’s foremost bank –The United Bank for Africa PLC Lagos for about eight years where she rose to the position of Senior Banking Officer (SBO) before joining Covenant University in 2006. She is currently a Senior Lecturer and Acting Head, Department of Sociology at Covenant University, Ota. She was a... view full profile
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