The SIGI is built on 12 innovative indicators on social institutions, which are grouped into 5 categories / subindexes: Family Code, Physical Integrity, Son Preference, Civil Liberties and Ownership Rights. Each of the SIGI indicators is coded between 0, meaning no or very low inequality, and 1, indicating very high inequality.

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The SIGI is built on 12 innovative indicators on social institutions, which are grouped into 5 categories / subindexes: Family Code, Physical Integrity, Son Preference, Civil Liberties and Ownershi

Measurement unit: 
Index (0; 1)
Social Institutions and Gender Index Database
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Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD)
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Measurement unit: 
Index (0; 1)
Best value is: 
Low

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