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Feminist Economics - #16DaysofActivism Against Gender-Based Violence

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ArticleIssue
Spousal Violence and Women's Employment in India
Haimanti Bhattacharya
Volume 21, Issue 2
Women's Paid Work and Intimate Partner Violence: Insights from Tanzania
Seema Vyas, Jessie Mbwambo & Lori Heise
Volume 21, Issue 1
Women's Wealth and Intimate Partner Violence: Insights from Ecuador and Ghana
Abena D. Oduro, Carmen Diana Deere & Zachary B. Catanzarite
Volume 21, Issue 2
Why Would She? Polygyny and Women's Welfare in Ghana
Amy Ickowitz & Lisa Mohanty
Volume 21, Issue 2
Exploring Women's Agency and Empowerment in Developing Countries: Where Do We Stand?
Lucia Hanmer & Jeni Klugman
Volume 22, Issue 1
Does Women's Labor Force Participation Reduce Domestic Violence? Evidence from Jordan
Jana Lenze & Stephan Klasen
Volume 23, Issue 1
The Macroeconomic Loss due to Violence Against Women: The Case of Vietnam
Srinivas Raghavendra, Nata Duvvury & Sinéad Ashe
Volume 23, Issue 4
Bargaining or Backlash? Evidence on Intimate Partner Violence from the Dominican Republic
Cruz Caridad Bueno & Errol A. Henderson
Volume 23, Issue 4
Domestic Violence Against Rural Women in Colombia: The Role of Labor Income
Ana María Iregui-Bohórquez, María Teresa Ramírez-Giraldo & Ana María Tribín-Uribe
Volume 25, Issue 2
Girls for Sale? Child Sex Ratio and Girl Trafficking in India
Nishith Prakash & Krishna Chaitanya Vadlamannati
Volume 25, Issue 4
Exploring Impacts of Community-Based Legal Aid on Intrahousehold Gender Relations in Tanzania
Valerie Mueller, Amber Peterman, Lucy Billings & Ayala Wineman
Volume 25, Issue 2

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