Training materials for gender analysis

This page provides links to training materials made available, free of charge, related to the research, techniques and tools fostered by PEP for undertaking gender analysis.

  • If you would like to cite this page, we suggest the following formulation: The Partnership for Economic Policy (PEP) Gender Analysis training material page.
  • In addition to the training material below, PEP also provides lists of recommended readings on various themes under “recommended readings

Gender Statistics

The Care Economy

Care Work and the Economy – American University

Policy Tools for Assessing Macroeconomic Policies

1. Gender responsive budgeting

UK Women’s Budget Group website provides many resources and tools on how to conduct analysis of fiscal policies from a gender equality perspective. One  example is UK Women’s Budget Group. (2018). Women Count: A casebook for gender responsive budgeting groups

UN Women Gender Responsive Budgeting website, provides a large number of case studies and video links.  

2. Three feminist tools to build back fairer after Covid

The content of these three tools is explained in this blog. The tools could be of interest to a wide audience, Ikkarakan’s Guide to Public Investments in the Care Economy focuses on  input-output approaches combined with microsimulations and hence could be of particular relevance for PEP’s CGE modellers.

Gender and Climate Change Approaches

 

Aguilar, L. (2009). Training Manual on Gender and Climate Change
Prepared with joint contributions from International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) and the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) in partnership with the Gender and Water Alliance, International Network on Gender and Sustainable Energy (ENERGIA), United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) and the Women‘s Environment and Development Organization (WEDO) as part of the Global Gender and Climate Alliance (GGCA). 

SDR (2008) Gender perspectives: Integrating Disaster Risk Reduction into Climate Change Adaptation: Good Practices and Lessons learned

Jost C, Ferdous N, Spicer TD, 2014. Gender and inclusion toolbox: Participatory research in climate change and agriculture. CGIAR Research Programme on Climate Change, Agriculture and Food Security (CCAFS), Copenhagen, Denmark.

World Bank Group; FAO; IFAD. (2015). Gender in Climate-Smart Agriculture: Module 18 for Gender in Agriculture Sourcebook. World Bank, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, and the International Fund for Agricultural Development. 

Gender Wage Gaps: Decomposition Methods

Chernozhukov, Fernández‐Val, Melly (2013)

Firpo, Fortin, Lemieux (FFL)

Machado-Mata (MM)

Melly (2005)

Manual for calculating motherhood wage gaps
Vchkov, I. and Petreski, M. (2017). Gender and Motherhood Wage Gaps in Macedonia: Manual for Calculations with Applications in StataFinanceThink, Skopje. [Manual]

Gender and Agriculture

Men, Boys and Gender Equality

Gender and Migration

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