Small and Productive: Kenyan Women and Crop Choice

The question of gender differences in agricultural productivity has received particular attention in the development literature. The stylized fact that women produce less than men, while on average occupying smaller farms, presents a quandary as it is also a stylized fact that smaller farms have hig...

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Volume: 20
Main Author: wa Gĩthĩnji, Mwangi
Konstantinidis, Charalampos
Barenberg, Andrew
Format: Journal Article
Language: English
Place of publication: ABINGDON Routledge 02.01.2014
ROUTLEDGE JOURNALS, TAYLOR & FRANCIS LTD
published in: Feminist economics Vol. 20; no. 1; pp. 101 - 129
Data of publication: 1/2/2014
ISSN: 1354-5701
1466-4372
EISSN: 1466-4372
Discipline: Agriculture
Women's Studies
Economics
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Database: Web of Knowledge
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