Gender Asset and Wealth Gaps Evidence from Ecuador, Ghana and Karnataka, India

Full citation: Cheryl Doss, Carmen Diana Deere, Abena D. Oduro, Hema Swaminathan, Suchitra J. Y., Rahul Lahoti, W. Baah-Boateng, L. Boakye-Yiadom, Jackeline Contreras, Jennifer Twyman, Zachary Catanzarite, Caren Grown, and Marya Hillesland. The Gender Asset and Wealth Gaps: Evidence from Ecuador, Ghana, and Karnataka, India. Bangalore: Indian Institute of Management Bangalore. 2011.

Gender Asset and Wealth Gaps Evidence from Ecuador, Ghana and Karnataka, India

Excerpt from Preface: This publication is the first comparative report on the gender asset and wealth gaps using unique individual-level asset data from Ecuador, Ghana, and Karnataka, India. These countries represent geographic diversity and demonstrate rich differences in context, legal practices, and cultural norms. The patterns of men’s and women’s asset ownership differ across countries

Languages: English

Year: 2011

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