6 edition of Gender, economic growth, and poverty found in the catalog.
Gender, economic growth, and poverty
by Kali for Women and International Books, Netherlands in collaboration with Asian and Pacific Development Centre, Kuala Lumpur in New Delhi
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||edited by Noeleen Heyzer, Gita Sen.|
|Contributions||Heyzer, Noeleen., Sen, Gita., Asian and Pacific Development Centre.|
|LC Classifications||HQ1240 .G454 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||395 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||395|
|ISBN 10||8185107572, 9062249841|
|LC Control Number||95900952|
asdf Achieving Gender Equality, Women’s Empowerment and Strengthening Development Cooperation United Nations New York, Department of Economic and Social Affairs. This publication shows that economic growth is an inherently gendered process and that gender-based inequalities can, in fact, be barriers to shared prosperity. It argues that, for growth to be gender-equitable and truly inclusive, the pattern of growth must create decent work and productive employment for women and men. This would require policymakers to rethink the role of macro-level.
QUALITY OF HUMAN RESOURCES: GENDER AND INDIGENOUS PEOPLES - Causes of Poverty in Developing Countries - Praveen Jha ©Encyclopedia of Life Support Systems (EOLSS) CAUSES OF POVERTY IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES Praveen Jha, Centre for Economic Studies and Planning, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi. But it’s also clear that growth hasn’t translated into poverty reduction as well in some places as it has in others. Fosu notes the contrasting examples of China and India. Both have seen considerable growth. In China, economic growth has led directly to income growth and poverty reduction as a labor-intensive economy put more people to work.
This article examines the link between gender and poverty. It begins with a discussion of selected theoretical perspectives that have informed the study of poverty, with emphasis on economic insufficiency, capabilities deprivation, and social exclusion as well as the feminization of poverty. It then considers key contributions to the empirical literature on poverty and gender, focusing on Cited by: 1. Kathryn Moeller’s The Gender Effect is precisely such a book for the field of global development studies, and especially for critical research on the politics of gender, poverty, and development the book should be widely read and vigorously discussed as a source of crucial insights into how philanthrocapitalism works to disarm radical.
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The essays included here (a selection from papers presented at a meeting on the subject in Vietnam) focus on issues related to the interlinkages between macro-economic patterns and gender and poverty situations, major approaches to gender issues and poverty alleviation, and new possibilities to promote gender equity and reduce : Paperback.
Gender, Economic Growth, and Poverty: Market Growth and State Planning in Asia and the Pacific Noeleen Heyzer, Gita Sen Kali for Women and International Books, Netherlands in collaboration with Asian and Pacific Development Centre, Kuala Lumpur, - Business & Economics - pages.
(). Gender, economic growth, and poverty. Gender & Development: Vol. 1, Women and Economic Policy, pp. Cited by: 4. Going beyond the large literature documenting the impact of Gender education on a range of development outcomes, the paper presents evidence on the impact of women's access to markets (labor, land, and credit) and women's decision-making power within households on poverty reduction and productivity at the individual and household level.
Gender equality, poverty and economic growth Andrew Morrison Dhushyanth Raju Nistha Sinha This background paper was prepared as an input into the World Bank’s Global Monitoring Report Helpful comments have been received from Mayra Buvinic, Monica Das.
Gender equality, poverty and economic growth. Book. Full-text available This study controls GDP growth to test economic growth's effect on gender inequality as a number of studies. Mainstreaming Informal Employment and Gender in Poverty Reduction Publication date: 1 October Format: Paperback Liberally scattered with practical examples, this book provides a convincing case for an increased emphasis on informal employment and gender in poverty reduction strategies.
Gender, Economic Growth Gender Poverty Hardcover – 31 October by Noeleen Heyzer (Editor), Gita Sen (Editor) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.
Gender and Economic Growth in Kenya: Unleashing the Power of Women Ellis, Amanda; Cutura, Jozefina; Dione, Nouma; Gillson, Ian; Manuel, Clare; Thongori, Judy () This report examines the legal, administrative, and regulatory barriers that are preventing women in Kenya from contributing fully to the Kenyan economy.
At a global summit in Paris, France, MPs from around the world argued that investing in girls can spur economic growth. But the economic case for gender equality. "Gender Into Poverty Won’t Go: Reflections on Economic Growth, Gender Inequality and Poverty with Particular Reference to India" published on 28 May by Edward Elgar : Cecile Jackson.
Gender and Development I recommend this book t. reflections on economic growth gender inequality and poverty with particular reference to India. The International Handbook of Gender and Poverty: Concepts, Research, Policy Sylvia Chant No preview available - The way that poverty is conventionally measured probably hides its gender dimensions.
The standard assumption is that there is an equal distribution within the household. The only way that poverty rates would then differ between men and women is that the gender breakdown differs according to consumption or income per person (or per equivalent single adult).
A Model of Gender Inequality and Economic Growth This paper introduces a model of gender inequality and economic growth.
The model is calibrated using microlevel data of Asian economies, and numerous policy experiments are conducted to investigate how various aspects of gender inequality are related to the growth performance of the by: 2. A Model of Gender Inequality and Economic Growth.
Publication The objective of this paper is to develop a model that can analyze the role of gender inequality on long-term economic growth.
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David Dollar Roberta Gatti May The World Bank Development Research Group/ Poverty Reduction and Economic Management Network POLICY RESEARCH REPORT ON GENDER AND DEVELOPMENT Working Paper Series, No. 1Cited by: depends on ensuring inclusive economic growth that reaches typically excluded populations, and women in particular.
A nuanced understanding of the role gender plays in efforts to end extreme poverty can lead to better results; for women and girls themselves, their families, and their Size: KB.
Gender, growth, and poverty reduction (English) Abstract. This note focuses on the core findings, and recommendations of the status report on poverty in Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA), prepared for the Special Program for Assistance for Africa (SPA), a thematic examination of the linkages between gender, growth Cited by: Gender, economic growth, and poverty: market growth and state planning in Asia and the Pacific Author: Noeleen Heyzer ; Gita Sen ; Asian and Pacific Development Centre.
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21, no. 2,pp File Size: KB. Get this from a library! Gender, economic growth, and poverty: report of the APDC Policy Dialogue held in Hanoi, Vietnam, 14thth October [Rita Raj-Hashim; Noeleen Heyzer; Asian and Pacific Development Centre.;].This article assesses the changing economic status of women, the forces driving it, and its implications for inequality between women and men and among women.
Section 2 reviews women's growing labour market participation and its changing occupational structure. Section 3 analyzes the extent and sources of the gender pay gap. Section 4 reviews two of the major drivers of recent economic change Cited by: Book Reviews: Naila Kabeer, Reversed Realities—Gender Hierarchies in Development Thought.
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