Dec 22, 2014 · Credit to Capabilities discusses microcredit and women's empowerment, a hot topic globally in addressing poverty and how to improve the lives of poor women. This book is the first sociological study of how microcredit improves women's agency in India. Dec 31, 2014 · "Credit to Capabilities is a major contribution to our understanding of the social impact of microcredit on the ability of women to gain autonomy in various spheres of their lives. This qualitative study adds considerable nuances to existing analyses on the topic by parsing out who benefits, when, how much, and how. Credit to Capabilities: A Sociological Study of Microcredit Groups in India.By Paromita Sanyal.Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2014. Pp. viii326. $99.00. Credit to Capabilities: A Sociological Study of Microcredit Groups in India Paromita Sanyal Credit to Capabilities focuses on the controversial topic of microcredit's impact on women's empowerment and, especially, on the neglected question of how microcredit transforms women's agency. Credit to Capabilities focuses on the controversial topic of microcredit's impact on women's empowerment and, especially, on the neglected question of how microcredit transforms women's agency.
Dec 11, 2014 · Credit to Capabilities discusses microcredit and women's empowerment, a hot topic globally in addressing poverty and how to improve the lives of poor women. This is the first sociological study of how microcredit improves women's agency in India, finding that it is the mechanism of group participation and networking, rather than the loan capital itself, that truly empowers women. Dec 11, 2014 · Amazon.in - Buy Credit to Capabilities: A Sociological Study of Microcredit Groups in India book online at best prices in India on Amazon.in. Read Credit to Capabilities: A Sociological Study of Microcredit Groups in India book reviews & author details and more at Amazon.in. Free delivery on qualified orders. Dec 12, 2018 · She has also authored the award-winning book ‘Credit to Capabilities: A Sociological Study of Microcredit Groups in India’, published by Cambridge University Press 2014. Her articles have appeared in the American Sociological Review, Qualitative Sociology, Social Forces and other journals. She is a member of the World Bank’s Social Observatory team. She has also authored ‘Credit to Capabilities: A Sociological Study of Microcredit Groups in India’, published by Cambridge University Press, which won the 'outstanding book award' from the American Sociological Association’s section on development. Paromita Sanyal Credit to Capabilities: A Sociological Study of Microcredit Groups in India Cambridge University Press 2014 1107077672, 9781107077676 Barbara Jayo Carboni, Maricruz Lacalle Calderon, Silvia Rico Garrido, Karl Dayson, Jill Kickul Handbook of Microcredit in Europe: Social Inclusion Through Microenterprise Development Elgar.
paromita sanyal is an Associate Professor in the Department of Sociology at Florida State University. She has written Credit to Capabilities: A Sociological Study of Microcredit Groups in India Cambridge University Press, 2014, which won an Outstanding Book Award from the American Sociological Association. Her work has also. Jun 01, 2016 · Sanyal, Paromita. 2009. “From Credit to Collective Action.” American Sociological Review 744: 529−50. Sanyal, Paromita. 2014. Credit to Capabilities: A Sociological Study of Microcredit Groups in India. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. CONTACT: Paromita Sanyal Florida State University Department of Sociology 613 Bellamy Building. Credit to capabilities: a sociological study of microcredit groups in India. [Paromita Sanyal] -- This book focuses on how group-based microcredit programs in India facilitate women's empowerment through the mechanism of group participation and networking.
Credit to Capabilities discusses microcredit and women's empowerment, a hot topic globally in addressing poverty and how to improve the lives of poor women. Sanyal, Paromita. 2014. Credit to Capabilities: A Sociological Study of Microcredit Groups in India. New York, NY: Cambridge University Press Winner of the OUTSTANDING BOOK AWARD from the American Sociological Association, Section on Sociology of Development, 2015. Sanyal, Paromita, and Vijayendra Rao.
Microcredit groups have a worldwide presence today due to the popularity of microfinance programs as a development intervention. During the period of microcredit’s rise, development discourse and research has also seen increasing attention focused on “social capital.” This paper is an attempt to identify mechanisms linking religious composition of microcredit groups and their social. Credit Groups, Women’s Political Engagement and Public Goods. §Paromita Sanyal, Department of Sociology, Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL, USA. Email: psanyal@ 1. 1 Introduction. 3See Section 2.2 for more on the grown of the SHG model of microcredit in India during the last 2 decades. 4In 1992. Jan 16, 2019 · Sanyal, Paromita. 2014. Credit to capabilities: A sociological study of microcredit groups in India. New York: Cambridge University Press. Sanyal, Paromita. 2015b. Group-based microcredit & emergent inequality in social capital: Why socio-religious composition matters. Dec 01, 2017 · Sanyal, Paromita and Rao, Vijayendra 2018. Oral Democracy. CrossRef;. “Spatial Mobility and Political Change in India: A Case Study of Migration from Rural Bihar.” Manuscript. Center for the Advanced Study of India, University of Pennsylvania. Credit to Capabilities: A Sociological Study of Microcredit Groups in India.
A Sociological Analysis of Jeevika in Rural Bihar, India Paromita Sanyal Cornell University Vijayendra Rao Development Research Group, The World Bank Shruti Majumdar Development Research Group, The World Bank1 JEL Codes: J16, O12, Z13 Keywords: Gender, Culture, Poverty, Participation, India. 2015: Paromita Sanyal, Credit to Capabilities: A Sociological Study of Microcredit Groups in India. Cambridge University Press. 2014. 2014: Rina Agarwala, Johns Hopkins University, Informal Labor, Formal Politics, and Dignified Development in India. Cambridge University Press. 2013.
Dr. Sanyal has three current areas of research. One area focuses on microcredit groups in India. Sanyal's research examines the degree to which group-based microfinance programs have empowered women, and whether any such empowerment has been due to the celebrated financial mechanism women's entrepreneurship and income generation or the "associational mechanism" that has the unintended. examines whether structuring socially isolated women into peer-groups for an explicitly economic purpose, such as access to credit, has any effect on the womenÕs collective social behavior. Based on interviews with 400 women from 59 microfinance groups in West Bengal, India, I find that one third of these groups undertook various collective. The findings of this study are in consonance with research from India and Bangladesh, for example, Sanyal 2015 and Mahmud, Shah, & Becker 2012, who noted that access to microcredit.
sociology/credit-capabilities-sociological-study-microcredit-groups-india The award committee considers Credit to Capabilities to be a groundbreaking study of a much-discussed but under-researched topic. The book provides a systematic examination of the relationship between microcredit groups and women’s agency through a detailed analysis of over two microcredit programs in India. The author. This is women’s membership and participation in microcredit groups, also known as ‘self-help groups’ or SHGs, which number over one million in India. Starting in 1985, NGOs in India primarily in the South Indian states started forming women’s groups primarily to provide financial services thrift and credit.
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