Incentivising Property Ownership Amongst Women
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The extent of female property ownership impacts women and their families, society, and the economy. Governments provide gender-based tax incentives to increase female property ownership. Suman Joshi and Sarthak Pradhan discuss the effectiveness of these measures as outlined in a recent World Bank working paper. Here are the papers referred to in the episode: World Bank Working Paper Which women own land in India? Between divergent data sets, measures and laws - Impact of Intergovernmental Fiscal Transfers on Gender Equality in India: An Empirical Analysis
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