Patricia Alexander with Sally Baden | http://www.bridge.ids.ac.uk/reports...
This glossary provides a concise introduction to the key concepts relevant to macroeconomics and its applications, highlighting the gender dimensions of current economic thinking. It also indicates aspects of policy formation and evaluation where these dimensions are increasingly taken into account. The glossary has been prepared primarily to assist economists and policy makers, particularly those working in international development, who are concerned with how gender plays a role in economic processes, and with how dimensions of gender relations are becoming incorporated into economic theory. Specifically, it is addressed to those working in planning machineries, Ministries of Finance and in development co-operation policy advice. It will also be of value for gender specialists working with economists and planners. There is an Arabic translation of this here: http://www.bridge.ids.ac.uk/reports/Macroeconomics-arabic.doc and a Russian translation here: http://www.bridge.ids.ac.uk/reports/macro-economic%20glossary%20rus.doc