WIDER Annual Lecture 21 by Sabina Alkire
How are people poor? – Measuring global progress towards zero poverty and the SDGs, Helsinki, 24 October 2017
Migration and mobility – new frontiers for research and policy
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Working PaperHousehold bargaining and spending on children: Experimental evidence from Tanzania
This paper studies whether increasing the wife’s bargaining power results in couples allocating more resources to their child, and, if so, what the underlying mechanisms for this are...Intra-household allocation Female bargaining power Tanzania
Working PaperPolygamy and female labour supply in Senegal
In this paper, we explore the links between polygyny and female labour supply in Senegal using a nationally representative survey...Collective model Intra-household allocation women empowerment
ProjectHealth inequalities and development
The purpose of this project was to investigate issues related to health inequality. Although health is an important indicator of overall wellbeing, it is only recently that research has focused on health inequality. This project brings forth issues...Poverty Inequality and Well-being Health