Water scarcity in rural areas has far-reaching socioeconomic implications especially for women and girls in rural areas who are primarily responsible for water collection. The limited water resources
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Does one size fit all? An examination of China’s environmental regulation and firm heterogeneity in cement industry
This project tackles the problem of distributional impacts of environmental regulations on producers. We decompose the sources of firm heterogeneity into cost structure and market power in the context
Characterization of Women Access, Use, Management and Governance to Land and Water in Latin America and East Africa: A Systematic Review.
This project aims to scope and characterize the evidence that relates gender equality and natural resources, particularly water and land, in two subregions: Andean Amazon and East Africa countries