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Siddhartha Sarkar

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“A substantial amount of literature suggests that women differ from men in various financial matters. When it comes to dealing with money and finance, women are on average still more inexperienced compared to men. Since they earn less in most cases and live longer, they are more reluctant to take losses and eager to save costs. Women tend to integrate their values into their financial plan, a fact that makes socially responsible investments more attractive to them.”


Siddhartha Sarkar (b.1973), PhD (Economics), PDF (The Netherlands and Hungary), CAF (London, UK) is serving as the Principal and Executive Head at A.C.College of Commerce, West Bengal, India and as Founder Director of Centre for Human Trafficking Research. He has previously been a Post Doctoral Fellow and Visiting Professor (2006) in University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands, a Senior Post Doctoral and Professorial Fellow (2010) in Thammasat University and Asian Institute of Technology, Thailand, Senior Post Doctoral Fellow and Visiting Professor (2011) in Corvinus University and Central European University, Hungary. He was also a Commonwealth Academic Fellow (2013-2014) in SOAS, University of London, London School of Economics and Political Science, Cambridge University, United Kingdom, and European Commission Erasmus Mundus Visiting Professor (2015) in University of Warsaw, Poland. Sarkar is nominated as a working committee member of the 'National Institution for Transforming India' (NITI Aayog), Government of India and the recipient of India Leadership Award 2 0 1 8 . He is available at.


Preface .7

1. Gender Inequality and Economic Growth .9
Kiriti-Nganga, T.W.

2. Women Participation in Economy .45
Rena, R., and Narayana, N.

3. Women in Agriculture .61
Imasiku, E.N. S. and Nyoni, F.

4. Gender Impact Assessment in Black Economy .75
Sarkar, S.

5. Farmers’ Income and its Determinants .101
Acheampong, I. K. and Anoff, J.

6. Gender Disparity in Agriculture Commercialisation .123
Kiriti-Nganga, T. W.

7. Women Participation in Labour Market .153
Okurut, F. N. and Ssewanyana, S.

8. Women Participation in Farming System .171
Barmon, B. K., Kondo, T. and Osanami, F.

9. Female household industry workers .187
Mustaquim, M. and Khan, J. H.

10. Gender Differences in Microenterprises .203
Boohene, R. and Kotey, B.

11. Accessibility of Credit to Rural women .235
Wawire, N.H.W.

12. Joint Liability Borrowing and Livelihood Asset for Rural Poor .245
Kiiru, J. and Mburu, J.

13. Finance for Women Microenterprises .263
Okurut, F. N.

14. Microfinance and Women Empowerment .275
Rena, R.

15. Trade Liberalisation on Female-led Households .297
Tsheko, B.O.

Index .307

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