Full citation: Bina Agarwal (1994) Gender, resistance and land: Interlinked struggles over resources and meanings in South Asia, The Journal of Peasant Studies, 22:1, 81-125.
Full Citation: Agarwal, B., “Are We Not Peasants Too? Land Rights and Women’s Claims in India,” SEEDS (The Population Council, Inc. 2002).
Full Citation: Agarwal, B., “Bargaining and Gender Relations: Within and Beyond the Household,” FCND Discussion Paper No. 27 (IFPRI 1997).
Full citation: Agarwal, B. (1995).Â A Field of Oneâ€™s Own: Gender and Land Rights in South Asia. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.
Full Citation: Agarwal, B., “Gender and Command Over Property: A Critical Gap in Economic Analysis and Policy in South Asia,” 22(10) WORLD DEVELOPMENT 1478 (1994)
Full Citation: Agarwal, B., “Gender and Land Rights Revisited: Exploring New Prospects via the State, Family and Market,” 3(1-2) JOURNAL OF AGRARIAN CHANGE 224 (2003).
Full Citation: Agarwal, B., “Gender and Legal Rights in Agricultural Land in India,” 12 ECONOMIC AND POLITICAL WEEKLY (March 1995).
Full Citation: Agarwal, B., “Landmark Step to Gender Equality,” THE HINDU ONLINE EDITION (Sept. 2005).
Full Citation: Panda, P. and Agarwal, B., “Marital Violence, Human Development and Women’s Property Status in India,” 33(5) WORLD DEVELOPMENT 850 (2005).
Full citation: Agarwal, B., “Rural Women, Poverty and Natural Resources: Sustenance, Sustainability and Struggle for Change,” 24(43) ECONOMIC AND POLITICAL WEEKLY (1989).