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Women And Microfinance In The Global South

Empowerment And Disempowerment Outcomes

Women And Microfinance In The Global South - Horton, Lynn (chapman University, California) - ISBN: 9781108418720
Prijs: € 94,50
Levertijd: 3 tot 4 werkdagen
Bindwijze: Boek, Gebonden
Genre: Sociologie algemeen
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Women and Microfinance in the Global South is a grounded exploration of the intersections of neoliberal ideology and feminism.


Titel: Women And Microfinance In The Global South
auteur: Horton, Lynn (chapman University, California)
Mediatype: Boek
Bindwijze: Gebonden
Taal: Engels
Aantal pagina's: 258
Uitgever: Cambridge University Press
Plaats van publicatie: 01
NUR: Sociologie algemeen
Afmetingen: 236 x 159 x 23
Gewicht: 512 gr
ISBN/ISBN13: 9781108418720
Intern nummer: 39555987

Biografie (woord)

Lynn Horton is Associate Professor of Sociology at Chapman University, California. She has worked for non-governmental organisations on issues of human rights, sustainable development, gender equality, and the environment.


'This quite exhaustively researched, and incredibly well-nuanced and measured book, provides an eminently topical and critical resource for discerning stakeholders of the capacity of microfinance scheme for women to alleviate poverty, to promote female 'empowerment', and to advance gender equality in our new, and increasingly neoliberalised, global age. Drawing on rigorous analysis of an impressively wide range of qualitative and quantitative case studies from Latin America, Africa and Asia, accompanied by impeccable up-to-date referencing, Lynn Horton offers provocative insights and suggestions which are crucial to Agenda 2030, and which should be urgently heeded by scholars and policymakers alike. This refreshingly well-written and accessible text will be a 'must-read' for staff and students engaged in development and gender and development courses across the globe, as well as for those at the frontline of policy and praxis.' Sylvia Chant, London School of Economics and Political Science


1. The microfinance revolution and market pathways to empowerment; 2. Gendering and transforming microfinance; 3. Exploring women's empowerment through meta-synthesis; 4. Putting microfinance into practice; 5. Means to an end? Microfinance NGOs target women; 6. Economic outcomes of microfinance; 7. Women's individual and household empowerment; 8. Inside microfinance groups; 9: Women's collective actions and resistance; 10. Synthesizing case findings; 11. Conclusion.


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