The number of hours worked by women on a given day is a direct reflection of the disproportionate burden women have with unpaid household work. Apart from the hours worked, the division of labor within a household is important in establishing the power positions, especially the bargaining power within the household. The bargaining power of women who work in paid labor and contribute to the household budget is different from women who are...
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This study presents the results of the barometer of public procurement (x-index); this barometer measures to what extent best practices of public procurement are being respected by the municipalities in Kosovo by using the data from the platform of e-procurement.
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