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The DRC is characterized by a heavy dependence on the mining sector as well as by glaring gender inequalities in the labor market. Aware of these structural weaknesses, the Congolese government wishes to diversify its economy while reducing gender inequalities. We evaluate the effects of two pro-gender policies on employment and diversification of the Congolese economy using a computable general equilibrium model. The results reveal that a policy of increasing land allocation for women anddoi:10.22004/ag.econ.315114 fatcat:2pfvo6sebrdq7aytoltzahzohi