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The chief obstacle blocking this breadth of analysis is the ex post or reactive character of gender analysis. That is, existing models offer ways to vet or ‘proof ’ existing or proposed policies. The analyses remain ex post despite attempts in Canada to insist that input is necessary early in the policy cycle, and despite the commitment in the Netherlands to create a ‘virtuous circle’ whereby the results of EER are fed back into the policymaking system to create better (and ex ante) policy proposals (Mackay and Bilton 2000: 31).

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