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Gender mainstreaming in poverty eradication and the millennium development goals : a handbook for policy-makers and other stakeholders

저자: Naila Kabeer; Canadian International Development Agency.; Commonwealth Secretariat.; International Development Research Centre (Canada)
출판사: London : Commonwealth Secretariat ; Ottawa : International Development research Centre, ©2003.
시리즈: New gender mainstreaming series on development issues.
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"In this book, Naila Kabeer brings together a set of arguments, findings and lessons from the development literature which help to explain why gender equality merits specific attention from policy-makers, practitioners, researchers and other stakeholders committed to the pursuit of pro-poor and human-centred development." "Neglect of gender inequalities in the distribution of resources, responsibilities and power in  더 읽기…
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추가적인 물리적 형식: Kabeer, Naila.
Gender mainstreaming in poverty eradication and the millennium development goals.:
Ottawa : International Development Research Centre, [2003] ©2003
(CaOONL)2017704022X
(OCoLC)52916472
자료 유형: 인터넷 자료
문서 유형 도서, 인터넷 자원
모든 저자 / 참여자: Naila Kabeer; Canadian International Development Agency.; Commonwealth Secretariat.; International Development Research Centre (Canada)
ISBN: 1552500675 9781552500675 0850927528 9780850927528
OCLC 번호: 51964217
메모: Co-published by Canadian International Development Agency.

University of KwaZulu-Natal Library 메모:
2 8 10 17
설명: xix, 245 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm.
내용: 1. Gender, Poverty and Development Policy 1 --
A Brief History of Poverty Reduction Policies 4 --
Up to the 1960s: Early strategies for growth 4 --
1970s and 1980s: Economic crises and structural adjustment 4 --
1990s: Reports from the World Bank and UNDP 5 --
2000: World Development Report (WDR) 6 --
The United Nations Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) 7 --
Putting Gender on the Policy Agenda 11 --
1970s and 1980s: Making the links between gender and development 11 --
Gender and the 1990 World Development Report 14 --
Gender and the Human Development Report (HDR) 15 --
Gender and the 2000 World Development Report 17 --
The World Bank's 2001 report 17 --
Gender and the Millennium Development Goals 19 --
2. Integrating Gender into Macroeconomic Analysis 23 --
Gender Bias in Macroeconomic Analysis 23 --
Early models of economic growth 24 --
The gender bias in macroeconomic analysis 26 --
Making models less gender-blind 32 --
Gender and micro-economic responses 33 --
Institutions and actors in a gendered economy 35 --
Empirical Findings 36 --
The impact of macro-level policy 36 --
Gender and 'computable general equilibrium' (CGE) models 38 --
Gender Equality and Economic Growth: Competing Hypotheses 39 --
a. The 'positive synergy' hypothesis 41 --
b. The 'trade-off' hypothesis 42 --
3. The Geography of Gender Inequality 47 --
Institutions and Gender Inequality 50 --
Regional Perspectives on Gender Inequality 51 --
Asia 52 --
Sub-Saharan Africa 55 --
Latin America and the Caribbean 57 --
Updating the Geography of Gender 58 --
Globalisation and the rise of flexible labour markets 59 --
Gender and labour force participation in the 1980s and 1990s 62 --
Gender and hierarchies in the labour market 72 --
Classifying Gender Constraints 74 --
4. Approaches to Poverty Analysis and its Gender Dimensions 79 --
The Poverty Line Approach 79 --
Separating the poor from the non-poor 79 --
Female-headed households and the 'feminisation of poverty' 81 --
The Capabilities Approach 83 --
Expanding the concepts of 'means' and 'ends' 83 --
Gender inequality and human development 84 --
Gender inequality and the GDI indicators 87 --
Male disadvantage 93 --
Participatory Poverty Assessments (PPAs) 96 --
Poverty from the perspective of the poor 96 --
Participatory assessments and gender 99 --
Limitations of participatory assessments 101 --
5. Gender Inequality and Poverty Eradication: Promoting Household Livelihoods 107 --
Gender Inequality and Household Poverty in South Asia 108 --
Women's work and household survival 108 --
The gender distribution of work in rural areas 109 --
Household poverty and women's paid work 112 --
Gender and work in urban areas 115 --
Household poverty and women's work in urban areas 117 --
Gender Inequality and Household Poverty in Sub-Saharan Africa 120 --
Gender and economic activity in the rural economy 122 --
Household poverty and women's economic activity 127 --
Gender and economic activity in the urban economy 132 --
Links Between Gender Inequality and Income Poverty: The Wider Picture 135 --
Women's work and household survival 136 --
Women's work and household responses to crisis 137 --
Female headship and household poverty 139 --
Gender inequality and returns to women's work 142 --
6. Gender Equality and Human Development Outcomes: Enhancing Capabilities 147 --
Gender Inequality and Human Development: The Equity Rationale 148 --
Gender inequality and basic well-being 148 --
Gender inequality and child survival: the evidence from South Asia 149 --
Gender inequality and the quantity-quality trade-off 152 --
Gender inequality, work burdens and nutrition 154 --
Gender inequality and hazardous livelihoods 157 --
Gender Inequality and Family Well-being: The Instrumental Rationale 160 --
Gender, resources and children's well-being: the social connections 161 --
Gender, resources and family welfare: preferences and priorities 162 --
7. Gender Equality and Women's Empowerment 169 --
Conceptualising Empowerment: Agency, Resources and Achievement 170 --
Access to Education and Women's Empowerment 175 --
Positive effects of education 175 --
Limits to education as a route to empowerment 177 --
Access to Paid Work and Women's Empowerment 181 --
Waged work in the agricultural sector 181 --
Waged work in the non-agricultural sector 182 --
Voice, Participation and Women's Empowerment 185 --
Women in national parliaments 185 --
Women in local government 188 --
Agency and Collective Action: Building Citizenship from the Grassroots 190 --
8. Institutionalising Gender Equity Goals in the Policy Process 197 --
Gender Equality and Economic Growth: Synergy or Trade-off? 197 --
Gender equality and pro-poor growth: synergy or trade-off? 200 --
The effects of economic growth on gender equality 202 --
Poverty Reduction Strategy Papers (PRSPs): A Gender Audit 204 --
The content and process of PRSPs 204 --
Gender issues in the PRSPs 205 --
Gender inequalities in voice, power and influence in the PRSPs 209 --
Some lessons from the PRSP experience 210 --
Sectoral strategies for poverty reduction 216 --
Gender-responsive Budget (GRB) Analysis 220 --
National experiences of GRBs 223 --
Policy options highlighted by GRB analysis 224 --
Mainstreaming Gender in Policy-making Institutions 225 --
The Gender Management System (GMS) 226 --
Mobilising around Gender Equity Goals: Building Active Citizenship 229 --
1.1 The Millennium Development Goals 8 --
3.1 Estimated Economic Activity Rate of Women and Female Percentage of the Labour Force 63 --
3.2 Employment by Economic Activity 66 --
7.1 Women in Public Life 186 --
2.1. The 'Iceberg' View of the Economy 28 --
3.1. Social Hierarchy of Livelihoods 61.
일련 제목: New gender mainstreaming series on development issues.
책임: Naila Kabeer.
로컬 시스템 BIB 번호:
(Sirsi) i9780850927528
(Sirsi) 241578

초록:

"In this book, Naila Kabeer brings together a set of arguments, findings and lessons from the development literature which help to explain why gender equality merits specific attention from policy-makers, practitioners, researchers and other stakeholders committed to the pursuit of pro-poor and human-centred development." "Neglect of gender inequalities in the distribution of resources, responsibilities and power in the processes of economic accumulation and social reproduction has a high cost, not only for women themselves but also for their children and other dependents and for the development of society as a whole. This book highlights the interconnections between production and reproduction within different societies, and women's critical role in straddling both, and points to the various synergies, trade-offs and externalities which these generate."--Jacket.
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