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Gender perspective in water management: the involvement of women in participatory water institutions of Eastern India
The paper examines the extent, nature, and factors affecting women’s involvement in participatory irrigation institutions of eastern India. Effective participatory water institutions are urgently needed to improve water ...
Narrative worlds of frugal consumers: unmasking romanticized spirituality to reveal responsibilization and de-politicization
(Journal of Business Ethics, 2020)
Extant literature romanticizes frugality as a lifestyle trait that helps in the spiritual evolution of consumers, which in turn enables them in overcoming the negative consequences of materialism and over-consumption. ...
Exploring workplace bullying from diverse perspectives: A Journal of Applied Communication Research forum
(Journal of Applied Communication Research, 2020-11-29)
Workplace bullying is a pernicious workplace problem that harms employees and organizations alike. Targets suffer mental and physical consequences of repeated abuse. Organizations experience consequences such as diminished ...
How macroeconomic shocks impact employment: comparison of Gujarat with states in Western India
(Journal of Social and Economic Development, 2021-02-22)
In this paper, we discuss the impact of the macroeconomic shock of demonetisation on employment in the five Western states of Gujarat, Maharashtra, Rajasthan, Chhattisgarh and Madhya Pradesh. We analyse the impact of the ...
Seasonal time trade-offs and nutrition outcomes for women in agriculture: evidence from rural India
(Food Policy, 2021-03-24)
Women in agriculture are involved in agricultural activities and are solely responsible for household-level unpaid work. They face severe time trade-offs between agricultural and household activities across crop seasons. ...
Women’s political leadership and economic empowerment: evidence from public works in India
(Journal of Comparative Economics, 2020)
Despite recent advances, women trail men in political participation, especially in developing countries where the long-term economic benefits from empowering women politically have not been well-researched. We use data ...