Journal Special Issue
Female Autonomy and Women’s Welfare

The collection of articles in this symposium speaks to the issue of female autonomy and women's welfare within households, making use of rich data from a variety of developing countries including Brazil, Cameroon, Côte d'Ivoire, India, Indonesia, Senegal, Tanzania, and Zambia.

Table of contents
  1. 1. Female autonomy and women's welfare: An introduction
    Smriti Sharma, Finn Tarp
  2. 2. Impact of soil conservation adoption on intra‐household allocations in Zambia
    Conor Carney, Monica Harber Carney
    More Working Paper | Impact of soil conservation adoption on intrahousehold allocations in Zambia
  3. 3. Political role models and child marriage in India
    Carolina Castilla
    More Working Paper | Political role models, child marriage, and women’s autonomy over marriage in India
  4. 4. Female leaders and gender gaps within the firm: Evidence from three Sub‐Saharan African countries
    Giulia La Mattina, Gabriel Picone, Alban Ahoure, Jose Carlos Kimou
    More Working Paper | Female leaders and gender gaps within the firm
  5. 5. The impact of hosting refugees on the intra‐household allocation of tasks: A gender perspective
    Isabel Ruiz, Carlos Vargas-Silva
    More Working Paper | The impact of hosting refugees on the intra-household allocation of tasks
  6. 6. Does economic crisis have different impact on husbands and wives?: Evidence from the Asian Financial Crisis in Indonesia
    Sarah Xue Dong
    More Working Paper | The differential impact of economic crisis on men and women, and its connection to intra-household bargaining
    More Blog | Gender pay gaps on the rise in South Africa
  7. 7. Social norms and female labor participation in Brazil
    Karen Codazzi, Valéria Pero, André Albuquerque Sant'Anna
    More Working Paper | Gender identity and female labour supply in Brazil
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