|Statement||Signe-Mary McKernan, David Moskowitz, and Mark M. Pitt.|
|Series||Policy research working paper ;, 3491, Policy research working papers (Online) ;, 3491.|
|Contributions||Moskowitz, David., World Bank.|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2005615795|
In the book "Use of the Formal and Informal Financial Sectors by Signe-Mary McKernan - Does Gender Matter? Empirical Evidence from Rural Bangladesh," the author explores the role of gender in the use of formal and informal financial sectors in rural Bangladesh. Published in 2005, this book sheds light on important subjects such as transfer payments, credit, the informal sector, women in development, and rural conditions in Bangladesh.
This book delves into the concept of transfer payments in Bangladesh and the extent to which they are utilized by different genders. The author examines the impact of transfer payments on the financial well-being of women in rural areas and explores the factors that determine their access to these payments.
One of the crucial aspects covered in this book is the availability of credit in rural Bangladesh, focusing on how gender influences access to credit. The author analyzes the challenges faced by rural women in obtaining credit and evaluates the effectiveness of formal and informal credit systems in meeting their financial needs.
The book also delves into the informal sector of the Bangladeshi economy, examining the participation of women in the informal sector and its implications for their economic empowerment. It explores the prevailing barriers and opportunities for women's engagement in informal economic activities and discusses the potential benefits and risks associated with participating in the informal sector.
Highlighting the significance of gender in development, this book explores the role of women in the development process in Bangladesh. It discusses the social and cultural factors that shape women's participation in development initiatives and examines the impact of women's involvement on the overall development outcomes in rural communities.
The book provides an in-depth analysis of the rural conditions in Bangladesh, considering the socio-economic factors that influence women's access to financial services. It explores the challenges faced by rural women in accessing financial resources and examines the strategies that can be implemented to improve their financial well-being.
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