Gender, Headship, and the Life Cycle: Landownership in Four Asian Countries
Agnes Quisumbing () and
Cheryl Doss ()
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To inform the formulation of policies and interventions to strengthen womenâ€™s land rights, this paper analyzes nationally representative data from Bangladesh, Tajikistan, Timor-Leste, and Vietnam to understand the processes by which men and women acquire land; the social, cultural, and legal institutions surrounding gender and landownership; and the role of individual and household characteristics influencing an individualâ€™s ability to own land.
Keywords: gender; headship; landownership; life cycle; Asia; social; cultural; and legal institutions; individual; household; ability; Bangladesh; Tajikistan; Timor-Leste; and Vietnam; land rights; women; data (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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