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gender and poverty nexus

M. G. Quibria

gender and poverty nexus

issues and policies

by M. G. Quibria

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  • 37 Currently reading

Published by Asian Development Bank in Manila, Philippines .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Asia,
  • Asia.
    • Subjects:
    • Women -- Asia -- Social conditions.,
    • Poor women -- Asia.,
    • Women -- Employment -- Asia.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references.

      StatementM.G. Quibria.
      SeriesEconomics staff paper,, no. 51
      ContributionsAsian Development Bank.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHQ1726 .Q53 1993
      The Physical Object
      Pagination37 p. ;
      Number of Pages37
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL566468M
      LC Control Number96151479
      OCLC/WorldCa31178840

      Your next book has a more global perspective of the issue – International Handbook of Gender and Poverty: Concepts, Research, Policy. Yes, what is really compelling about this book is its sheer breadth – one hundred plus articles bringing together voices from both Northern and Southern analysts, feminists and non-feminists, who are looking at a whole range of different aspects. In the interests of contextualising (and nuancing) the multiple interrelations between gender and poverty, Sylvia Chant has gathered writings on diverse aspects of the subject from a range of disciplinary and professional perspectives, achieving extensive thematic as well as geographical coverage.

        Gender disparities in Pakistan disadvantage women and girls, and limit their capacity to participate in, and benefit from, development and poverty-reduction initiatives. Unequal rights, and poor socioeconomic status limit women's power to influence resource allocation and investment decisions at the household, community and national by: 9. Gender Aspects of the Trade and Poverty Nexus by Ravi Kanbur and Maurizio Bussolo and Rafael E. De Hoyos Overview - Trade liberalization can create economic opportunities for poor people.

      Women’s poverty levels are at the centre of political discussions around the world as governments put into place deficit reduction plans. These discussions often fail to take account of the complex relationship between gender and poverty, argues Sylvia Chant, and a renewed focus on the time and labour that women invest in bearing the burden of dealing with poverty is now needed. Gender Aspects of the Trade and Poverty Nexus will be invaluable to policy makers, development practitioners and researchers, journalists, and students. This item ships from multiple locations.


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Abstract: Poverty is amajor problem that has occupiedthe attention of governments, NGOs and International Development Agencies. 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 interdisciplinary studies that define poverty Cited by: 1.

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Gender aspects of the trade and poverty nexus: a macro-micro approach (English) Abstract. This report is on the findings of a major international research project examining the links between trade, gender, and poverty. Trade liberalization can create economic opportunities, but women and men cannot take advantage of these opportunities on Cited by: THE GENDER - ENERGY- POVERTY NEXUS Finding the energy to address gender concerns in development DFID Project CNTR Joy S Clancy and Margaret Skutsch Technology and Development Group University of Twente and Simon Batchelor Gamos Ltd, UK Project administrated by Halcrow Ltd This document is an output from a project funded by the.

(). Appropriate gender-analysis tools for unpacking the gender-energy-poverty nexus. Gender & Development: Vol. 15, Gender Research Methods, pp. Cited by:   This book is concerned with understanding the complex ways in which gender violence and poverty impact on young people’s lives, and the potential for education to challenge violence.

Although there has been a recent expansion of research on gender violence and schooling, the field of research that brings together thinking on gender violence Cited by: T he relationship betw een gender and poverty is a com plex and controversial topic that is now being debated m ore than ever before.

A lthough m uch policym aking has been inform ed by the idea of fem inization of poverty, the precise nature of the nexus betw een gender and poverty needs to be better understood and operationalized in policym aking.

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Quibria, M.G. (Muhammad Ghulam). Gender and Poverty Nexus. Manila, Philippines: Asian Development Bank, These more or less structural disadvantages create a nexus between gender, informality and poverty which women find difficult to overcome.

Using the residual method 1 we estimated that. This paper critically examined the nexus between poverty and income inequality Literature Review Poverty is a multidimensional concept. Development Assistance Comm poverty encompasses different dimension of deprivation that relate to human and food security, income or consumption of The World Bank’s Development Report ( Author: A.

Awe, Akeju Kemi. The book explores the large scale movement of population, interval as well as international and its impact on gender and poverty. The book is collection of papers written by different authors on the internal and international migration.

The issues are essentially concern to poverty migration nexus and their consequences on gender.4/5(1). A recent edition of this Journal (Vol Part 2, April ) was devoted to a number of articles on the definition and measurement of poverty.

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Contradictions in the Gender–Poverty Nexus: Reflections on the Privatisation of Social Reproduction and Urban Informality in South.Gender aspects of the trade and poverty nexus: an introduction and overview / Maurizio Bussolo and Rafael E. De Hoyos; The gender effects of trade liberalization in developing countries: a review of the literature / Marzia Fontana.Downloadable!

This report is on the findings of a major international research project examining the links between trade, gender, and poverty. Trade liberalization can create economic opportunities, but women and men cannot take advantage of these opportunities on an equal basis.

Women and men differ in their endowments, control over resources, access to labor markets, and their roles within.