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Welcome to Volume 1, Issue 4 of Sociology of Development . This issue completes the inaugural volume of the journal – and quite an auspicious beginning it has been! The eighteen articles contained …
Sociologists have long recognized women's empowerment as a key factor in improving development and health in developing countries. Using new data, this study goes beyond the traditionally used indicators of empowerment by highlighting the potential role of women's rights to land, property, and...
An emergent literature in sociology reveals a positive association between financialization and income inequality. Recent evidence also shows that various indicators of the new economy expand inequality in advanced industrial societies. Interestingly, less attention is paid to how financial...
Untapped resources are hard to come by in the realm of international development. Migrant remittances, however, represent a relatively unexploited resource bank for developing countries. Still, researchers often debate the degree to which migrant remittances actually incite community development...
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