Intra-household bargaining , gender roles in agriculture and how to promote welfare enhancing changes 1 December 2010

@inproceedings{Seebens2011IntrahouseholdB,
  title={Intra-household bargaining , gender roles in agriculture and how to promote welfare enhancing changes 1 December 2010},
  author={Holger Seebens},
  year={2011}
}
  • Holger Seebens
  • Published 2011
This paper investigates the meaning of female empowerment and presents the argument why empowerment is needed. Empowerment is treated as a process which does not stop with empowerment per se, but also looks at what is eventually done with the increased agency. The paper finds that women are generally more constrained than men with regard to access to productive resources such as land, credit or information. Women also face inequalities in the labour market. These inequalities come at a cost to… CONTINUE READING

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