Nitya Rao
Nitya Rao
Professor, Gender and Development, University of East Anglia
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What is the evidence of the impact of microfinance on the well-being of poor people?
M Duvendack, R Palmer-Jones, JG Copestake, L Hooper, Y Loke, N Rao
EPPI-Centre, Social Science Research Unit, Institute of Education …, 2011
Gendered vulnerabilities to climate change: insights from the semi-arid regions of Africa and Asia
N Rao, ET Lawson, WN Raditloaneng, D Solomon, MN Angula
Climate and Development 11 (1), 14-26, 2019
Land rights, gender equality and household food security: Exploring the conceptual links in the case of India
N Rao
Food Policy 31 (2), 180-193, 2006
‘Good Women do not Inherit Land': Politics of Land and Gender in India
N Rao
Routledge, 2017
Breadwinners and homemakers: Migration and changing conjugal expectations in rural Bangladesh
N Rao
Journal of Development Studies 48 (1), 26-40, 2012
Caste, kinship, and life course: Rethinking women's work and agency in rural South India
N Rao
Feminist Economics 20 (3), 78-102, 2014
Gender equality and girls’ education: Investigating frameworks, disjunctures and meanings of quality education
S Aikman, N Rao
Theory and Research in Education 10 (3), 211-228, 2012
Male ‘Providers’ and Female ‘Housewives’: A Gendered Co‐performance in Rural North India
N Rao
Development and Change 43 (5), 1025-1048, 2012
Custom and the courts: Ensuring women's rights to land, Jharkhand, India
N Rao
Development and change 38 (2), 299-319, 2007
Assets, agency and legitimacy: Towards a relational understanding of gender equality policy and practice
N Rao
World development 95, 43-54, 2017
Migration, education and socio‐economic mobility
N Rao
Routledge 40 (2), 137-145, 2010
Migration and social reproduction at critical junctures in family life course
C Locke, J Seeley, N Rao
Third World Quarterly 34 (10), 1881-1895, 2013
Aspiring for distinction: Gendered educational choices in an Indian village
N Rao
Compare 40 (2), 167-183, 2010
Women’s access to land: An Asian perspective
N Rao
Expert paper prepared for the UN Group Meeting ‘Enabling Rural Women’s …, 2011
Questioning women's solidarity: the case of land rights, Santal Parganas, Jharkhand, India
N Rao
The Journal of Development Studies 41 (3), 353-375, 2005
“I Want to Be Respected”: Migration, Mobility, and the Construction of Alternate Educational Discourses in Rural B angladesh
N Rao, MI Hossain
Anthropology & Education Quarterly 43 (4), 415-428, 2012
Migration, mobility and changing power relations: aspirations and praxis of Bangladeshi migrants
N Rao
Gender, Place & Culture 21 (7), 872-887, 2014
Respect, status and domestic work: Female migrants at home and work
N Rao
The European Journal of Development Research 23 (5), 758-773, 2011
Managing risk, changing aspirations and household dynamics: Implications for wellbeing and adaptation in semi-arid Africa and India
N Rao, C Singh, D Solomon, L Camfield, R Sidiki, M Angula, P Poonacha, ...
World Development 125, 104667, 2020
Confronting poverty and educational inequalities: Madrasas as a strategy for contesting dominant literacy in rural Bangladesh
N Rao, MI Hossain
International Journal of Educational Development 31 (6), 623-633, 2011
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