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Journal Article
Institutionalizing Segregation: Women, Conditional Cash Transfers, and Paid Employment in Southern Ecuador

Part of Journal Special Issue Welfare and distributive effects of social assistance in the Global South

Discrimination in employment Segregation Transfer payments
Working Paper
Institutionalizing segregation: Conditional cash transfers and employment choices

Some claim that certain forms of social protection, conditional cash transfers in particular, result in perverse incentives for recipients in order to stay eligible for receiving benefits...

Discrimination in employment Segregation Transfer payments
Working Paper
Cooperation and leadership in a segregated community: Evidence from a lab-in-the-field experiment in a South African township

The paper presents the results of a lab-in-the-field experiment in three South African townships located in the suburbs of Cape Town...

Field experiments Segregation
Book Chapter
Separate but Equal Democratization?: Participation, Politics, and Urban Segregation in Latin America

From the book: Latin American Urban Development into the 21st Century

Democracy Democratization Equality and inequality
Working Paper
Separate but Equal Democratization?: Participation, Politics, and Urban Segregation in Latin America

Many commentators have noted the existence of a historical correlation between cities and democratization...

Democracy Democratization Equality and inequality
Working Paper
Significance of Public Space in the Fragmented City: Designing Strategies for Urban Opportunities in Informal Settlements of Buenos Aires City

This article surveys the problem of urban marginalization by one of its more critical expressions in the contemporary city: the slums...

Public (Decision making) Segregation Urban planning
Book Chapter
Fragility and Conflict in Palestine: The Costs of the Closures Regime on West Bank and Gaza

From the book: Fragile States

Conflict management Economic development National security
Journal Article
Is there a spatial mismatch in South Africa’s metropolitan labour market?

This paper investigates evidence of a possible spatial mismatch in South Africa’s metropolitan labour market that could contribute towards explaining why black unemployment rates are significantly higher than white unemployment rates...

Rural development Segregation Unemployment
Book Chapter
Growth, Capital Accumulation, and Economic Reform in South Africa

From the book: Resource Abundance and Economic Development

Economic growth Economic policy Economic aspects (Natural resources)
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