2 Works

Women's Workforce Participation and Spousal Violence: Insights from India

Arpita Biswas & Anjani Thampi
Intimate partner violence is a serious form of unfreedom inflicted on women across the world. How does the incidence of such violence vary with women’s workforce participation – a factor that is supposed to enhance their economic well-being? Our study examines this relationship using a nationally representative dataset from India. Given vast heterogeneity among Indian women, we investigate how this link varies by their class and socio-religious identities. Treating women’s employment as endogenous, we find...

China's Ancient Principles of Price Regulation through Market Participation: The Guanzi from a Comparative Perspective

Isabella Weber
The History of Economic Thought as a field has long taken it as a premise that so far as ancient economic thought is concerned, only the Greeks and Romans are worth studying. This paper introduces the Guanzi as a core text in ancient Chinese economic thought on price stabilization from a comparative perspective with ancient Greek contributions. The Guanzi presents a framework for the empirical analysis of market fluctuations and price movements and derives principles...

Registration Year

  • 2021

Resource Types

  • Preprint


  • University of Massachusetts Amherst
  • O. P. Jindal Global University