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A study on the institutionalization of gender budgeting(II) : Dafting a gender budget statement

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Frame of Image d the direction of fiscal management in 2009, 3) the breakdowns of the 2009 Gender Budgeting Statement, and 4) the project explanation from the gender perspective by ministry/agency. In the 2009 Gender Budget Statement, projects are classified into two categories: projects specially targeted for improving gender equality and general projects. Projects for gender equality are identified, sorted, and analyzed. Among the general projects, about 50 are selected and analyzed regarding their impacts on gender equality. This paper concludes with suggestions for further research. Keywords: institutionalizing gender budgeting, gender budget statement format, gender budget analysis, fiscal management system 1. Introduction This paper is the result of second year research of the Gender Budgeting Institutionalization Study Series in Korea which began in 2007. In the first year, the research focused on the basics of gender budgeting including the concepts and methodologies of gender budgeting as there were almost no prior research in Korea on gender budgeting. In early 2008, when this study began, the Korean government carried out a pilot project for drafting a 2009 gender budget statement and started to discuss the guidelines on a gender budget statement, a standardized format of the statement and the principle of selecting projects for gender equality impact analysis, all of which will start being utilized in the fiscal year 2010. However, there were still many works to be done before b


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Title A study on the institutionalization of gender budgeting(II)
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Dafting a gender budget statement

Material Type Articles
Author(English)

Kim, Young-ock

Publisher

[Seoul]:The Korean Women's Development Institute

Date 2009
Journal Title; Vol./Issue GSPR:vol. 2
Pages 8
Subject Country South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language English
File Type Documents
Original Format pdf
Subject Social Development < Gender
Holding KWDI; KDI School

Abstract

In an attempt to explore whether the recent increase in divorce implies transformations in the
foundation of the family, this study looks into the roles of women’s employment in the process of marital dissolution using data from the first wave of Korean Longitudinal Survey of Women
and Family (KLoWF). The research questions involve the effects of women’s employment on the incidence of divorce or separation and on living arrangement with their children after divorce This study presents the results of a research conducted in 2008 as part of the three-year Gender Budgeting Institutionalization Study Series in Korea launched in 2007. This study focuses on the drafting of "a Gender Budgeting Statement" in 2009, which is composed of four sections; 1) the outline of gender budgeting, 2) the goals of gender budgeting policies and the direction of fiscal management in 2009, 3) the breakdowns of the 2009 Gender Budgeting Statement, and 4) the
project explanation from the gender perspective by ministry/agency. In the 2009 Gender Budget Statement, projects are classified into two categories: projects specially targeted for improving gender equality and general projects. Projects for gender equality are identified, sorted, and analyzed. Among the general projects, about 50 are selected and analyzed regarding their
impacts on gender equality. This paper concludes with suggestions for further research.

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