In this BSC Audio Policy Paper, Dr. Alice Evans, Lecturer at King's College London and BSC Faculty Associate reads her paper "How Cities Erode Gender Inequality: A New Theory and Evidence from Cambodia". To read the paper: https://bsc.cid.harvard.edu/publications/how-cities-erode-gender-inequality-new-theory-and-evidence-cambodia To learn more about BSC: https://bsc.cid.harvard.edu
Alice Evans: How Cities Erode Gender Inequality
Intro: Hello and welcome to the Building State Capability at Harvard University’s Long Read podcast series.
Hello, I’m Dr. Alice Evans, lecturer at Kings College London and faculty associate Harvard Kennedy School so my paper is entitled “How Cities Erode Gender Inequality: a new theory and evidence from Cambodia”.
Read full paper:
https://1e4f6fa5-0d65-4405-b4ae-a725382cc57a.filesusr.com/ugd/2e7ace_c5440c630b634a119c05cd7a752879e2.pdf [Alice’s website]
https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/10.1177/0891243219865510 [Gender & Society journal website]
I’m Dr. Alice Evans, this article is published in Gender and Society, if you’ve made it this far, thank you very much, goodbye.
To read the full working paper, please visit the link below. And to learn more about the Building State Capability program visit bsc.cid.harvard.edu.