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Gender and Development in Nigeria

One Hundred Years of Nationhood

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In this edited volume, Nigerian scholars from a variety of disciplines examine the relationship between gender and Nigeria's pathways of development in the last 100 years of its nationhood. This analysis is set against the background of unequal power dynamics between women and men, and specifically the ways in which social, cultural, political, and economic construction of gender has influenced Nigeria's course of development through her colonial and post-colonial history. The influence of the nature of economic governance, policy, and institutional frameworks, the nature of resource availability and (re)distribution between women and men in terms of goods and services, knowledge and skills, policies and budgets, and the outcomes and impacts for women and men are seen in terms of women's economic empowerment, equal participation and development benefits. This rich collection of empirical works therefore provides not just the rhetoric but the evidence to indict gender power relations in Nigeria, especially at the institutional level. This volume unpacks and explores this recurrent problem with a the goal of identifying new pathways for gender relations.

Author Biography

Funmi Soetan is professor of economics at Obafemi Awolowo University. Bola Akanji is retired research professor in the Economic Policy Management Division, Nigerian Institute of Social and Economic Research (NISER) and adjunct professor at University of Connecticut.
Release date NZ
August 15th, 2018
Contributors
Edited by Bola, Ph.D Akanji Edited by Funmi, Ph.D Soetan
Country of Publication
United States
Illustrations
18 Tables, unspecified; 5 Halftones, black and white; 4 Illustrations, black and white
Imprint
Lexington Books
Pages
214
ISBN-13
9781498564755
Product ID
28054611

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