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Intrahousehold resource allocation in developing countries: models, methods, and policy / edited by Lawrence Haddad, John Hoddinott, and Harold Alderman

Haddad, Lawrence [editor] | Hoddinott, John [editor] | Alderman, Harold [editor].
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  Libro impreso(a) y electrónico Editor: Baltimore, Maryland, United States of America: The Johns Hopkins University Press, 1997Descripción: xii, 341 páginas ; 23 centímetros.Tipo de contenido: Texto Tipo de medio: Computadora Tipo de portador: Recurso en líneaISBN: 0801855721.Tema(s): Ingreso familiar | Modelos econométricos | Modelos matemáticos | Consumo (Economía) | Situación económicaDescriptor(es) geográficos: Países en desarrollo Clasificación: 339.22 / I5 Nota de acceso: Acceso en línea sin restricciones Nota de bibliografía: Incluye bibliografía: páginas 293-323 e índice: páginas 329-341 Número de sistema: 9510Contenidos:Mostrar Recomendación de contenido:
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In this book economists, demographers, sociologists, and anthropologists collaborate in the study of how resources are allocated within households in developing countries and why it matters from a policy perspective. Surveying a broad body of theory and evidence, the contributors examine the many social and cultural factors that influence decisions at the family and household level about the allocation of time, income, assets, and other resources. Shedding new light on a process that is often hidden from view and difficult to measure, they show that a more complete understanding of intrahousehold behavior can increase the likelihood that policies will reach the people they are intended to affect--leading to better policies in areas such as food production and consumption, nutrition, natural resource management, and fertility.

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Incluye bibliografía: páginas 293-323 e índice: páginas 329-341

List of Figures and Tables.. Preface.. 1 Introduction: The Scope of Intrahousehold Resource Allocation Issues.. Part I Modeling Intrahousehold Resource Allocation.. 2 Specification and Estimation of the Demand for Goods within the Household.. 3 "Collective" Models of Household Behavior: The Sharing Rule Approach.. 4 The Policy Implications of Family Bargaining and Marriage Markets.. 5 Separate-Spheres Bargaining and the Marriage Market.. 6 Separate Spheres and the Conjugal Contract: Understanding the Impact of Gender-Biased Development.. 7 Endowments and Assets: The Anthropology of Wealth and the Economics of Intrahousehold Allocation.. Part II Measuring the Outcomes of Intrahousehold Resource Allocation.. 8 Testing Competing Models of Intrahousehold Allocation.. 9 Incomes, Expenditures, and Health Outcomes: Evidence on Intrahousehold Resource Allocation.. 10 The Application of Anthropological Methods to the Study of Intrahousehold Resource Allocation.. 11 Inequality in the Intrafamily Distribution of Food: The Dilemma of Defining an Individual's "Fair Share".. 12 Gender Bias in Intrahousehold Nutrition in South India: Unpacking Households and the Policy Process.. 13 Finding the Ties That Bind: Beyond Headship and Household.. Part III The Policy Relevance of Intrahousehold Resource Allocation.. 14 Family Resources and Gender Differences in Human Capital Investments: The Demand for Children's Medical Care in Pakistan.. 15 Gender Asymmetries in Intrahousehold Resource Allocation in Sub-Saharan Africa: Some Policy Implications for Land and Labor Productivity.. 16 Gender Coalitions: Extrafamily Influences on Intrafamily Inequality.. 17 Policy Issues and Intrahousehold Resource Allocation: Conclusions.. References.. List of Contributors.. Index

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In this book economists, demographers, sociologists, and anthropologists collaborate in the study of how resources are allocated within households in developing countries and why it matters from a policy perspective. Surveying a broad body of theory and evidence, the contributors examine the many social and cultural factors that influence decisions at the family and household level about the allocation of time, income, assets, and other resources. Shedding new light on a process that is often hidden from view and difficult to measure, they show that a more complete understanding of intrahousehold behavior can increase the likelihood that policies will reach the people they are intended to affect--leading to better policies in areas such as food production and consumption, nutrition, natural resource management, and fertility. eng

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