Gender, Development, and Money
Focusing upon microfinance and micro-credit issues, the contributors to this volume ask just what role does earning play in transforming the power relations between men and women? How far does a change in gender roles affect beliefs about who has the power in the household, the marketplace or that state? And how can one value the unpaid work that most women perform in the home and family context?
|# Gender bias in finance|
|Irene van Staveren|
|# Rural women earning income in Indonesian factories: the impact on gender relations|
|# Just another job? Paying for domestic work|
|# Conceptualising women's empowerment in societies in Cameroon: how does money fit in?|
|Joyce B. Endeley|
|# Pathways to empowerment? Reflections on microfinance and transformayion in gender relations in South Asia|
|Juliet Hunt and Nalini Kasynathan|
|# Mama Cash: investing in the future of women|
|# Money that makes a change: community currencies, North and South|
|# 'More and more technology, women have to go home': changing skill demands in manufacturing and Caribbean women's access to training|
|# An income of one's own: a radical vision of welfare policies in Europe and beyond|
|Compiled by Erin Murphy Graham|
|# Electronic Resources|
Caroline Sweetman was previously Editor of the international journal Gender & Development.
Urban agriculture: addressing practical and strategic gender needs
Hovorka, Alice J.
Development in Practice, Vol. 16 (2006), Iss. 1 P.51https://doi.org/10.1080/09614520500450826 [Citations: 31]
Time's up: Analyzing the feminist potential of time banks
Gender, Work & Organization, Vol. 28 (2021), Iss. 6 P.2114https://doi.org/10.1111/gwao.12691 [Citations: 3]