The impact of hosting refugees on the intra‐household allocation of tasks: A gender perspective
This paper examines whether the presence of refugees alters the intra‐household allocation of tasks across genders in the hosting population. Using panel data (pre‐ and post‐refugee inflow) from Kagera, a rural region of Tanzania, we find that the refugee shock led to women being less likely to enga...
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|published in:||Review of development economics Vol. 22; no. 4; pp. 1461 - 1488|
|Data of publication:||November 2018|
This paper has received support from UNU‐WIDER.
|Database:||Wiley Free Content
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