Previous articleNext article No AccessGender Inequalities and Economic Growth: A Longitudinal EvaluationNancy Forsythe, Roberto Patricio Korzeniewicz, and Valerie DurrantNancy ForsytheUniversity of Maryland at College Park Search for more articles by this author , Roberto Patricio KorzeniewiczUniversity of Maryland at College Park Search for more articles by this author , and Valerie DurrantPopulation Council Search for more articles by this author University of Maryland at College ParkPopulation CouncilPDFPDF PLUS Add to favoritesDownload CitationTrack CitationsPermissionsReprints Share onFacebookTwitterLinkedInRedditEmail SectionsMoreDetailsFiguresReferencesCited by Economic Development and Cultural Change Volume 48, Number 3April 2000 Article DOIhttps://doi.org/10.1086/452611 Views: 701Total views on this site Citations: 120Citations are reported from Crossref © 2000 by The University of Chicago. 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