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Gender disparities in development can be captured by using the Gender-related development index (GDI) and the gender empowerment measure (GEM) devised by UNDP (2010).
Gender-related Development Index (GDI) and Gender Empowerment Measure (GEM): gdi_gem/.
The dependent variable is the gender-related development index (GDI) published by the United Nations Development Program.
While the report gave Japan an eighth overall ranking, it placed the country's "gender-related development index" one notch lower, in ninth place.
The gender-related development index is calculated from a simple average of these indices, [x.sub.ede], for each component as previously.
Since 1995, UNDP has also produced the Gender-related Development Index (GDI) which discounts the Human Development Index (HDI) for gender inequality.
(2) More recently, a gender-related development index and a gender empowerment measure have been formulated and published in United Nations (1995).
Currently, standard measures of women's empowerment, such as the Gender-related Development Index (GDI) and the Gender Empowerment Measure (GEM), do not factor in aspects of sexual and reproductive rights that are so essential for women's autonomy and bodily integrity.
(5) Sri Lanka has the highest gender-related development index ranking of any South Asian country, and a number of government mechanisms, including the Ministry of Women's Affairs, the Women's Bureau and the National Committee on Women ensure that priority is given to women's needs and concerns.