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- PublisherTaylor & Francis Ltd
- Date of Publication05/10/2015
- GenreSocial Studies: General
- Place of PublicationLondon
- Country of PublicationUnited Kingdom
- Content Note5 black & white illustrations, 14 black & white tables, 5 black & white line drawings
- Weight453 g
- Width156 mm
- Height234 mm
- Edited byCaroline O. N. Moser
- Table Of Contents1. Introduction: towards a nexus linking gender, assets and transformational pathways to just cities Sylvia Chant 2. Female household headship as an asset? Interrogating the intersections of urbanisation, gender and domestic transformations Caroline Moser 3. Longitudinal and intergenerational perspectives on gendered asset accumulation in Indio Guayas, Guayaquil, Ecuador Sally Rover 4. Key drivers of asset erosion and accumulation in informal employment: findings from the Informal Economy Monitoring Study Carole Rakodi 5. Addressing gendered inequalities in access to land and housing Paula Meth 6. The gendered contradictions in South Africa's state housing: accumulation or erosion of housing as an asset Beth Chitekwe-Biti and Diana Mitlin 7. 'The devil's in the detail': understanding how housing assets contribute to gender just cities Caren Levy 8. Routes to the just city: towards gender equality in transport planning Cathy McIlwaine 9. Gender-based violence and assets in just cities: triggers and transformation Sarah Bradshaw and Brian Linneker 10. The gendered destruction and reconstruction of assets and the transformative potential of 'disasters' Caroline Moser and Alfredo Stein 11. Challenging stereotypes about gendered vulnerability to climate change: asset adaption in Mombasa and Cartagena
- Author BiographyCaroline O.N. Moser is Emeritus Professor at the University of Manchester, UK, and Advisor to the Ford Foundation New York Just Cities Initiative, USA.
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