Mexican anti-poverty program targeting poor women may help men most, study finds
A growing number of economic development programs worldwide provide cash specifically to women in poor communities. Giving women access to money empowers them, the theory goes.
Do they really work?
This article in The Conversation provides a preview of an article scheduled to be out in November. Thanks to Birgit Schmook at ECOSUR in Mexico and Claudia Radel at Utah State University for their collaboration on the project.