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GENDER AND DEVELOPMENT

2017, Vol. 25, Nº 2
  • gender, water, sanitation and hygiene Louise Medland and Caroline Sweetman
  • No relief: lived experiences of inadequate sanitation access of poor urban women in India Seema Kulkarni, Kathleen O'Reilly and Sneha Bhat
  • Mainstreaming gender in the WASH sector: dilution or distillation? Julie Fisher, Sue Cavill and Brian Reed
  • Mainstreaming gender in WASH: lessons learned from Oxfam's experience of Ebola Simone E. Carter, Luisa Maria Dietrich and Olive Melissa Minor
  • Women's environmental health activism around waste and plastic pollution in the coastal wetlands of Yucatán Anne-Marie Hanson
  • Reframing women's empowerment in water security programmes in Western Nepal Stephanie Leder, Floriane Clement and Emma Karki
  • In troubled waters: water commodification, law, gender, and poverty in Bangalore Kaveri Thara
  • Domesticating water supplies through rainwater harvesting in Mumbai Cat Button
  • Transforming gender relations through water, sanitiation, and hygiene programming and monitoring in Vietnam Caitlin Leahy, Keren Winterford, Tuyen Nghiem, John Kelleher, Lee Leong and Juliet Willetts
  • Breaking the silence around menstruation': experiences of adolescent girls in an urban setting in India Shobhita Rajagopal and Kanchan Matur

ECOLOGIA POLITICA: CUADERNOS DE DEBATE INTERNACIONAL

2017, Nº 23
EL ANTROPOCENO
  • Capitaloceno y adaptación elitista. Ernesto Cano
  • La nueva economía verde y la vieja mercantilización de la naturaleza. Juan David Arias
  • Navegando por los turbulentos tiempos del Antropoceno. Amaranta Herrero
  • El Faloceno: Redefiniendo el Antropoceno desde una mirada ecofeminista. Grupo La Danta las Canta
  • La evolución discursiva de la sostenibilidad a la resiliencia: ¿Un problema ético? Luis Fernández Carril y Judith Ruiz-Godoy
  • Perspectivas feministas para repensar la investigación en cambio climático y las políticas de adaptación. Federica Ravera e Irene Iniesta Arandia
  • La interpretación empresarial del Antropoceno. Maritza Islas Vargas
  • Energías extremas, expresión del Capitaloceno Tatiana Roa Avendaño y Hernán Scandizzo
  • El argumento climático en la batalla contra el gas en Europa | Samuel Martín-Sosa
  • Nego Fugido y la rebelión esclava en el Antropoceno Felipe Milanez y Monilson dos Santos Pinto
  • BanCO2 o el premio a la contaminación Marcela Gómez y Andrea Echeverri Sierra
  • Mitigación del cambio climático en Felipe Carrillo Puerto, México: Expectativas y divisiones por el territorio David Santiago Tobasura Morales
  • Cambio climático y justicia ambiental: Impactos y alternativas en los pueblos indios de México Agustín Ávila Romero y León Enrique Ávila Romero
  • Biomímesis y adaptación tecnológica en el Antropoceno: una lectura desde la ecología política. Omar Ramirez y Nicolás Jiménez Iguarán
  • Evaluación y monitoreo de la transición urbana en el Antropoceno. Gian Carlo Delgado
  • Blockadia por la justicia climática Brototi Roy y Joan Martínez Alier
  • Ende Gelände: Desobediencia en el Antropoceno Kevin Buckland
  • Breve historia de la defensa del bosque y la insurrección en Cherán, MéxicoOscar Armando Ugartechea Salmerón
  • Violencia contra mujeres tejedoras de resistencias. Camila Rolando Mazzuca, Sara Mingorría, Grettel Navas y Daniela Del Bene
  • Entrevista a Jason Moore: Del Capitaloceno a una nueva política ontológica. Joaquim Muntané Puig
  • Ante la pérdida de Héctor Alimonda Ecología Política

VIENTO SUR. POR UNA IZQUIERDA ALTERNATIVA

2017, Nº 153
  • La guerra contra los pueblos Jeff HalpeR
  • Irlanda. Entrevista a Shaun Harkin: El reto socialista Todd Chretien
  • Mira el espectáculo Helga Martínez Pallarés Carmen Ochoa Bravo
  • Referéndum, punto de inflexión urgente Laia Facet
  • El fracaso historico del nacionalismo español Jaime Pastor
  • Soberanismo y cuestión vasca. Ramon Zallo
  • Alrededor de la cuestión nacional en Galiza. Xaquin Pastoriza
  • La cuestión nacional andaluza una gran desconocida. Pepe Luna y Florencio Ramirez
  • Marx en el siglo XXI: ¿Y si las preguntas contasen más que las respuestas?
  • Diálogos sobre el oikos José Manuel Naredo Juanjo Álvarez Jean Batou
  • Centenario de la crisis y/o revolución española de 1917 Pepe Gutiérrez-Álvarez
  • Puentes de mimbre María Ángeles Maeso y Antonio Crespo Massieu
  • Diálogos sobre el oikos José Manuel Naredo y Juanjo Álvarez

MONDE DIPLOMATIQUE, Le

2017, Nº 262
  • Operación Milagro. Ignacio Ramonet
  • El Internet ruso, la excepción que viene de lejos Kevin Limonier
  • Anatomía de una crisis triple. Razmig Keucheyan
  • Sobre una tela azul con doce estrellas doradas Régis Debray
  • Cuando la Unión Europea no sabe qué hacer con su libertad. Bernard Cassen
  • La trampa del 99%. Serge Halimi
  • Memoria prohibida en Argelia. Pierre Daum
  • Compensaciones financieras. Pierre Daum
  • Bodas ruinosas en Tayikistán. Juliette Cleuziou y
    Isabelle Ohayon
  • Amenazas sobre el islam al estilo indonesio. Martine Bulard
  • ¿Quién mató a Samora Machel?. Augusta Conchiglia
  • El muro de Donald Trump ya existe en Arizona. Maxime Robin
  • El aire acondicionado al asalto del planeta. Benoit Bréville
  • Esquí a 40 ºC. Benoit Bréville
  • Geopolítica de las escrituras. Philippe Descamps
    Xavier Monthéard
  • ¿Silbará el Buenos Aires Express algún día?. Guillaume Beaulande
  • El arte de entrevistar a Adolf Hitler. Dominique Pinsolle
  • Las alegres huelgas francesas del mes de agosto de 1953. Michel Pignet
  • Radiografía del clientelismo municipal en Francia. Pierre Soucho
  • De la información al “clickbait”. Sophie Eustache
  • Aristófanes el intrépido. Agathe Mélinand

ADVISORY COUNCIL ON INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS. Advisory Reports

2016, Nº 100
  • Well Connected? On relations Between Regions and the European Unión.

ADVISORY COUNCIL ON INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS. Advisory Reports

2016, Nº 101
  • Security and stability in Northern Africa.

ADVISORY COUNCIL ON INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS. Advisory Reports

2016, Nº 102
  • The protection of civilians in armed conflicts. Well-trodden paths and new ways forward.

ADVISORY COUNCIL ON INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS. Advisory Letter

2016, Nº 30
  • EU-Ukraine Association Agreement. The need for ratification

MUJERES DEL MUNDO = MUNDUKO EMAKUMEAK

2017, Nº 67
  • El éxito de la huelga de hambre contra los recortes de la RGI-PCV. Iñaki Uribarri
  • Emagune. Mujeres aportando a la paz y la convivencia. Marlen Eizagirre
  • La crisis de los cuidados. Varias caras de la misma moneda. Liz Quintana
  • Contra el paro y los recortes sociales. ¡Gastu militarrik ez!
  • La renta de garantía de ingresos en riesgo, ante la reforma que se avecina.Tinixara S. Guanche
  • Nuevas masculinidades: una propuesta para contrarrestar la violencia. Selene E. Pacheco Arellano
  • El púrpura no es solo un color. Elixabet Oguiza
  • 26 de abril. Día de la visibilidad Lésbica # SoyLesbiana Lala Mujika
  • Las mujeres en la música metal. Marilu Tudanca, Rosa Valenciano y Maider Narbaiza
  • Entrevista ficticia entre Alaitz Arruti, escritora, y La Castañera, protagonista de su novela homónima. Alaitz Arruti
  • Desde mi feminismo orgánico. Alba García Portela
  • (Re)encontrarnos y (Re)conocernos entre compañeras. Compilación por Amanda Verrone
  • Historias de ciudados y (des)igualdad. Mujeres migraras trabajadoras del hogar y de los cuidados. Claudia Favela
  • Dando pasos hacia el preparación del próximo Encuentro Internacional de la Marcha Mundial de Mujeres.Itziar Gandarias Goikoetxea
  • Rana Plaza edonon dago. Rana Plaza está en todas partes. Carmina Ramirez
  • Caminamos y seguimos caminando. Ongi Etorri Errefuxiatuak. Luisa Menéndez
  • Manifiesto final. Ongi Etorri Errefuxiatuak.
  • ¿Frontera? Sur. Marlen Eizagirre

AMNISTIA INTERNACIONAL

2017, Nº 134
  • Defender a quienes defienden. Esteban Beltran
  • Valiente: Nueva Campaña Global de Amnistia Internacional para detener los ataques contra quienes defienden los Derechos Humanos. Angel Gonzalo
  • La Isla del Tesoro de Ferrovial.
  • Yo acojo: El partido de sus vidas .
  • Firma invitada: Belal Darder. Trabajar como fotoperiodista era una obligación. Ahora soy sólo un refugiado egipcio que se esfuerza por aprender español.
  • Derechos en venta. Vivienda social en manos de fondos de inversión. Ana Gómez Pérez-Nievas
  • Quemar después de leer. Quieren amordazar la libertad de expresión.Ana Gómez Pérez-Nievas
  • Pena de muerte 2016.Informe anual de Amnistía Internacional.
  • El año de la retórica del odio.
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Boletín de Hemeroteca Hegoa nº 37: 1ª quincena Noviembre 2010

Recibidas: de 01 de Noviembre del 2010 a 12 de Noviembre del 2010
Publicación Año/Nº Artículos
DEVELOPMENT STUDIES, The Journal of 2010, Vol. 46, Nº 1
Migration, transfers and economic decision making among agricultural households.
  • The impact of Conditional Cash Transfers on Consumption and Investment in Nicaragua.
  • Conditional cash transfers and agricultural production: Lessons from the Oportunidades Experience in Mexico.
  • Does Migration make rural households more productive? Evidence from Mexico.
  • Moving forward, looking back: the impact of migration and remittances on assets, consumption and credit constraints in the rural Philippines.
  • Seasonal migration and agricultural production in Vietnam.
  • The vanishing farms? The impact of international migration on Albanian family farming.
  • Agricultural land use and asset accumulation in migrant households: the case of El Salvador.
DEVELOPMENT STUDIES, The Journal of 2010, Vol. 46, Nº 2
Microfinance
  • Does contingent repayment in Microfinance help the poor during natural disasters?
  • The effects of a calamity on income and wellbeing of poor Microfinance borrowers: The case of the 2004 Tsunami shock.
  • Credit for what? Informal credit as a coping strategy of market women in Northern Ghana.
  • Changing resouce profiles: Aspirations among orphans in Central Mozambique in the context of an AIDS Migration intervention.
  • Random growth in Africa? Lessons from an evaluation of the growth evidence on Botswana, Kenya, Tanzania and Zambia, 1965-1995.
  • The impact of Bt. Cotton on poor households in rural India.
  • An inquiry into the Development process of village industries: The case of a Knitwear Cluster in Northern Vietnam.
  • Moving out of poverty in Tanzania: Evidence from Kagera.
  • The Worldwide Government Indicators: Six, one, or none?
  • Global inequality in well-being dimensions.
DEVELOPMENT STUDIES, The Journal of 2010, Vol. 46, Nº 3
Human Development
  • Women's empowerment across generations in Bangladesh.
  • Marrying contested approaches: Empowerment and the imposition of international principles: Domestic violence case reolutions in Indonesia.
  • A multinomial model of fertility choice and offspring sex relations in India.
  • Wealth: crucial but not sufficient - evidence from Pakistan on economic growth, child labour and schooling.
  • Health human capital, height and wages in China.
  • Making the grade? Private education in Northern India.
  • The rural-urban divide in China: Income but not happiness?
  • Reducing the educational gap: Good results in vulnerable groups.
  • Foreign assistance and the struggle agains HIV/AIDS in the Developing world.
  • The rise of obesity in transition: Theory and empirical evidence from Russia.
DEVELOPMENT STUDIES, The Journal of 2010, Vol. 46, Nº 4
Descentralised governance
  • Ambiguous institutions: Traditional Governance and Local Democracy in South India.
  • Can information about local Government performance induce civic participation? Evidence from the Philippines.
  • How important is the Capacity of Local Governments for improvements in welfare? Evidence from Descentralised Uganda.
  • Village elections, public goods investments and pork barrel politics, Chinese-style.
  • The political economy of village sanitation in South India: Capture or poor information?
  • Which institutions are good for your health? The deep determinants of comparative cross-country healthstatus.
  • Legal environment, finance channels and ivestment: The East African example.
  • Do Governments in Developing Countries pursue sustainable debt policies? Empirical evidence for selected countries in Africa and Latin America.
  • Remittances, poverty, inequality and welgfare: Evidence from the Central Plateau of Burkina Faso.
  • Learning by Southern Peace NGOs.
DEVELOPMENT STUDIES, The Journal of 2010, Vol. 46, Nº 5
UNU-WIDER special issue on fragility and development in Small Island Developing States.
  • Vulnerability, trade, financial flows and state failure in Small Island Developing States. *Assesing the economic vulnerability of Small Island Developing States and the Least Developed Countries.
  • Terms of trade shocks and the current account in Small Island Developing States.
  • The short-run macroeconomic impact of Foreign aid to small states: An agnostic time series analysis.
  • Aid and growth in Small Island Developing States.
  • Aid and Dutch disease in the South Pacific and in other Small Island States.
  • Remittances in Small Island Developing States.
  • Paradise lost: The costs of State failure in the Pacific.
DEVELOPMENT STUDIES, The Journal of 2010, Vol. 46, Nº 6
Rural development.
  • Risk, credit constraints and financial efficiency in Peruvian Agriculture.
  • The balance of power in rural marketing networks: A case study of Snake Trading in Cambodia.
  • Understanding the evolution of rice technology in China - from traditional agriculture to GM rice today.
  • Institutions and poverty.
  • Does oil still hinder democracy?
  • Industrialisation after a Deep Economic Crisis: Indonesia.
  • How infraestructure and financial institutions affect rural income and poverty: Evidence from Bangladesh.
DEVELOPMENT STUDIES, The Journal of 2010, Vol. 46, Nº 7
The government of chronic poverty.
  • The government of chronic poverty: From exclusion to citizenship?
  • A relational approach to durable poverty, inequality and power.
  • Grounding "Responsabilisation talk": Masculinities, citizenship and HIV in Cape Town, South Africa.
  • Rectifying the anti-politics of citizen participation: Insight from the internal politics of a Subaltern Community in Nepal.
  • Governing chronic povertyu under inclusive liberalism: The case of the Northern Uganda Social Action Fund.
  • Making development agents: participation and boundary object in International Development.
  • School exclusion as social exclusion: the practices and effects of a Conditional Cash Transfer Programmes for the Poor in Bangladesh.
  • "We always lived here": Indigenous Movements, Citizenship and Poverty in Argentina.
  • Decentring poverty, reworking government: Social Movements and states in the government of poverty.
DEVELOPMENT STUDIES, The Journal of 2010, Vol. 46, Nº 8
  • The Donor problems: An experimental analysis of beneficiary empowerment.
  • Small retailers in Brazil: are formal firms really more productive?
  • FDI liberalisation, firm heterogeneity and foreign ownership: German firms dedisions in reforming India.
  • Imports of intermediate inputs and spillover effects: Evidence from Chilean Plants.
  • National model of technological catching up and innovation: Comparing patents of Taiwan and South Korea.
  • Educational attainment and attitudes towards war in Muslim Countries contemplating war: The case of Jordan, Lebanon, Pakistan and Turkey.
  • Sources of civic engagement in Latin america: Empirical evidence from rural Ecuadorian communities.
  • Are women as likely to take risks and compete? Behavioral findings from Central Vietnam.
WORLD DEVELOPMENT 2010, Vol. 38, Nº 3
  • Aid and debt relief in Africa: Have they been substitutes or complements?
  • Is corporate aid targeted to poor and deserving countries? A case study of Nestle's Aid Allocation.
  • Is corruption and efficient grease?
  • Growth and inequality in India: Analysis of an extended social accounting matrix.
  • Accounting for inequality in India: Evidence from household expenditures.
  • Schooling investments over three decades in rural Tamil Nadu, India: Changing effects of income, gender and adult family member's education.
  • Child nutrition, health problems, and school achievements in Sri Lanka.
  • Female empowerment: Impact of commitment savings product in the Philippines.
  • Relative to what or whom? The importance of norms and relative standing to well-being in South Africa.
  • A test of the new variant famine hypothesis: Panel survey evidence from Zambia.
  • Health insurance and other risk-coping strategies in Uganda: The case of Microfinance Insurance Lt.
  • Life is unfair in Latin America, but does it matter for growth?
  • Complementary labor regulation: The uncoordinated combination of state and private regulators in the Dominican Republic.
  • Do interventions of school level improve educational outcomes? Evidence from Rural Program in Colombia.
  • Doing it for themselves: direct Action Land Reform in the Brazilian amazon.
WORLD DEVELOPMENT 2010, Vol. 38, Nº 4
  • The developing world's budgeting (but vulnerable) middle class.
  • Social Security regimes, global estimates, and good practices: The status of social protection for international migrants.
  • Global infant mortality: Correcting for undercounting.
  • Is foreign aid a vanguard of foreign direct investment? A Gravity-Equation Approach.
  • Ivestment climate and FDI in developing countries: Some evidence from Korea.
  • Who beniets from promoting small enterprises? Some empirical evidence from Ethiopia.
  • Poverty status and the impact of Formal Credit on Technology use and wellbeing among Ethiopian smallholders.
  • Impact of access to credit on labor allocation patterns in Malawi.
  • Credit Program Participation and child schooling in rural Malawi.
  • Promising approaches to address the needs of poor female farmers: Resources, constraints, amnd interventions.
  • Are female-headed households more food insecure? Evidence from Bangladesh.
  • Do rights work? Law, activism, and the employment guarantee scheme.
  • One size fits all? Decentralization, corruption, and the monitoring of bureaucrats.
  • Vulnerability of victims of civil conflicts: Empirical evidence for the displaced population in Colombia.
WORLD DEVELOPMENT 2010, Vol. 38, Nº 5
  • Growing out of poverty: Trends and patterns of urban poverty in China 1988-2002.
  • The effect of ILO minimum age Conventions on Child Labor and school attendance: Evidence from aggregate and individual level data. Corruption, manufacturing plan growth, and the Asian Paradox: Indonesian evidence.
  • How important are locational characteristics for rural non-agricultural employment? Lessons from Brazil.
  • Jump-starting self-employment? Evidence for welfare participants in argentina.
  • Disentangling bargaining power from individual and household level for institutions: Evidence on women's position in Ethiopia.
WORLD DEVELOPMENT 2010, Vol. 38, Nº 6
Globalization, poverty, and inequality in Latin America.
  • Globalization, poverty, and inequality in Latin America: Findings from case studies.
  • Trade liberalization and the self-employed in Mexico.
  • Globalization and smallholders: The adoption, diffusion, and welfare impact of non-traditional export crops in Guatemala.
  • Remittances and vulnerability to poverty in rural Mexico.
  • Globalization and formal sector migration in Brazil.
  • Seasonal migration and early childhood development.
  • Earnings mobility in times of growth and decline: Argentina from 1996 to 2003.
  • Linkages between pro-poor growth, social programs and labor market: The recent Brazilian experience.
  • Globalization and the role of public transferts in redistributing income in Latin America and the Caribbean.
  • Minimum wages, globalization, and poverty in Honduras.
WORLD DEVELOPMENT 2010, Vol. 38, Nº 7
  • Community-based risk management arrangements: A review.
  • "Trade matters in the fight agains poverty": Narratives, perceptions, and (lack of) evidence in the case of fish trade in Africa.
  • Assets, activity choices, and civil war: Evidence from Burundi.
  • Who should be interviewed in Surveys of Household income?
  • Women's empowerment and the creation of social capital in Indian villages.
  • How does Public Assistance affect family expenditures? The case of urban China.
  • Nutrient intake of the poor and its implications for the nutritional effect of cereal price subsidies: Evidence from China.
  • Adult BMI as a health and nutritional inequality measure: Applications at macro and micro levels.
  • the impact of improved Maize Varieties on poverty in Mexico: A prospensity score-matching approach.
  • Poverty and inequality among ethnic groups in Chile.
  • Remittances and their unintended consequences in Cuba.
WORLD DEVELOPMENT 2010, Vol. 38, Nº 8
  • Are international databases on corruption reliable? A comparison of expert opinion surveys and household surveys in Sub-Saharan Africa.
  • Financial reforms, patent protection, and knowledge accumulation in India.
  • Patent incentives, technology markets, and public-private bio-medical innovation networks in Brazil.
  • Does stronger intellectual property rights protection induce more bilateral trade? Evidence from China's imports.
  • Exchange rate volatility and employment growth in developing countries: Evidence from Turkey.
  • Return migration and occupational choice: Evidence from Albania.
  • Values, cultural practices, and economic performance: Theory and some evidence from Kenya.
WORLD DEVELOPMENT 2010, Vol. 38, Nº 9
  • Good for living? On the relations between globalization and life expectancy?
  • Debt relief, investment and growth.
  • Geographical diversification of developing country exports.
  • Regulating water services for all in developing economies.
  • Promoting transparency in the NGO sector: Examining the availability and reliability of self-reported data.
  • A rural-urban comparison of manufacturing enterprise performance in Ethiopia.
  • Employment vulnerability and earnings in urban West-Africa.
  • The Global Food Crisis and Guatemala: What crisis and for whom?