Budlender, Sharp, and Allen go into fairly thorough detail about how to conduct a gender-sensitive budget analysis. They address meanings and terms applied to gender-sensitive budgeting, including sex and gender, women and men's different roles, and different gender indicators. They also outline the way that gender issues influence budgets, provide a background on government budgets and introduce tools that might be used in budget analysis (including gender aware policy appraisals, sex disaggregated beneficiary assessments, sex disaggregated public expenditure incidence analysis, sex disaggregated tax incidence analysis).
How to Do a Gender-Sensitive Budget Analysis‰Ûø: Contemporary Research and Practice.
Budlender, D., R. Sharp, and K. Allen.1998. How to Do a Gender-Sensitive Budget Analysis‰Ûø: Contemporary Research and Practice. Canberra: Australian Agency for International Development