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by Cecilia A. Conrad,Cheryl Doss

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Cecilia A. Conrad,Cheryl Doss
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Cheryl R. Doss, Cecilia A. Conrad. This collection of essays, authored by experts across a wide range of disciplines, provides a gendered analysis of the economic choices and structures that contribute to the HIV/AIDS epidemic, and the impact of the.

Cheryl R. This collection of essays, authored by experts across a wide range of disciplines, provides a gendered analysis of the economic choices and structures that contribute to the HIV/AIDS epidemic, and the impact of the epidemic on economic and social outcomes.

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Conrad, C. A. (E., Doss, C. AIDS, Gender and Economic Development. This book was originally published as a special issue of Feminist Economics. Introduction - The AIDS Epidemic: Challenges for Feminist Economics.

Items related to AIDS, Gender and Economic Development . Home Routledge AIDS, Gender and Economic Development. Cecilia A. Conrad is Vice President for Academic Affairs and Dean of the College and the Stedman-Sumner Professor of Economics at Pomona College. Cheryl Doss is a development economist who works on issues of gender, agriculture, and intrahousehold decision-making in Africa.

Caitlin Kieran, Kathryn Sproule, Cheryl Doss, Agnes Quisumbing, and Sung Mi King. The AIDS epidemic: Challenges for Feminist Economics, Cheryl Doss and Cecelia Conrad. Agricultural Economics, 46(S1) 119-38. Also published as IFPRI Discussion Paper 01429). Gender Inequalities in Ownership and Control of Land in Africa: Myth and Reality. Cheryl Doss, Chiara Kovarik, Amber Peterman, Agnes Quisumbing, and Mara van den Bold. Feminist Economics, 14(4): October 2008. Cecelia Conrad and Cheryl Doss, eds. Routledge, 2011. Overview, African Higher Education: Implications for Development.

gender norms, perceptions of risk, and risk-taking behavior among specific populations of women, including sex workers in Nicaragua, African immigrants in France, and university students and urban migrant workers in China

gender norms, perceptions of risk, and risk-taking behavior among specific populations of women, including sex workers in Nicaragua, African immigrants in France, and university students and urban migrant workers in China. malnutrition and poverty as precursors to HIV infection. the invisible cost of caregiving. An introductory essay briefly surveys the social science literature on the gendered nature of the epidemic and identifies key constructs of feminist economic theory that might be productively applied to understanding HIV/AIDS.

Cecilia Conrad a & Cheryl R. Doss b. a Office of Dean of the Faculty . HIV/AIDS is the major threat to development, economic growth and poverty alleviation in much of Africa

Cecilia Conrad a & Cheryl R. a Office of Dean of the Faculty, Scripps College, 1030. Sweetman, examines the impact of HIV/AIDS from a gendered. perspective, with paper topics that span the globe from Botswana. HIV/AIDS is the major threat to development, economic growth and poverty alleviation in much of Africa. And yet the full extent of the catastrophe facing the continent is only just being recognised, and still not by all.

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Cecilia A. Doss. Feminist economics can provide critical insights into understanding the HIV/AIDS epidemic - the disease's progression, its microeconomic and macroeconomic impacts, and the effectiveness of polic. More).

This collection of essays, authored by experts across a wide range of disciplines, provides a gendered analysis of the economic choices and structures that contribute to the HIV/AIDS epidemic, and the impact of the epidemic on economic and social outcomes. Topics covered include:

gender norms, perceptions of risk, and risk-taking behavior among specific populations of women, including sex workers in Nicaragua, African immigrants in France, and university students and urban migrant workers in China malnutrition and poverty as precursors to HIV infection gendered institutions and access to treatment the invisible cost of caregiving.

An introductory essay briefly surveys the social science literature on the gendered nature of the epidemic and identifies key constructs of feminist economic theory that might be productively applied to understanding HIV/AIDS.

This book was originally published as a special issue of Feminist Economics.