2018 - Fellow, The World Academy of Sciences
2017 - International Balzan Prize
2010 - Leontief Prize, Global Development and Environment Institute
Bina Agarwal spends much of her time researching Economic growth, Community forestry, Developing country, Development economics and Field. Bina Agarwal interconnects Arable land, Land law, Land tenure, Commons and Collective action in the investigation of issues within Economic growth. In her works, she undertakes multidisciplinary study on Community forestry and Community management.
Her research investigates the link between Developing country and topics such as Ideology that cross with problems in Ecofeminism, Environmentalism and Legislation. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Agricultural productivity and Social security. Her Field study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Representation, Civil society and Economy.
Her scientific interests lie mostly in Economic growth, Agriculture, Development economics, Food security and Poverty. Bina Agarwal combines subjects such as Natural resource, Property rights, Land law and Arable land with her study of Economic growth. Her Arable land study which covers Land tenure that intersects with Empowerment.
Her studies deal with areas such as Productivity and Agricultural economics as well as Agriculture. Bina Agarwal has included themes like Property and Ideology in her Development economics study. Her study in Food security is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Agroforestry, Food processing, Feminization of agriculture and Agricultural science.
Her scientific interests lie mostly in Agriculture, Food security, Demographic economics, Gender inequality and Agricultural science. Her Agriculture research includes themes of Productivity and Agricultural economics. Her Productivity study also includes
Her research integrates issues of Action, Natural resource and Community cohesion in her study of Food security. In her study, Development economics is inextricably linked to International political economy, which falls within the broad field of Gender inequality. Bina Agarwal performs integrative study on Focus and Economic growth.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Agriculture, Economic growth, Food security, Poverty and CLARITY. Her work deals with themes such as Developing country, Empowerment, Agricultural economics and Rural women, which intersect with Agriculture. Her work often combines Economic growth and Focus studies.
Her Food security study combines topics in areas such as Action, Natural resource, Production and Sustainable development.
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''Bargaining'' and Gender Relations: Within and Beyond the Household
Feminist Economics (1997)
Participatory exclusions, community forestry, and gender: An analysis for South Asia and a conceptual framework
World Development (2001)
A Field of One's Own: Gender and Land Rights in South Asia.
John Harriss;Bina Agarwal.
The Economic Journal (1996)
The Gender and Environment Debate: Lessons from India
Feminist Studies (1992)
Marital Violence, Human Development and Women's Property Status in India
Pradeep Panda;Bina Agarwal.
World Development (2005)
A field of one's own
Gender and Land Rights Revisited: Exploring New Prospects via the State, Family and Market
Journal of Agrarian Change (2003)
Conceptualising environmental collective action: Why gender matters
Cambridge Journal of Economics (2000)
Payments for ecosystem services and the fatal attraction of win-win solutions
R. Muradian;M. Arsel;L. Pellegrini;F. Adaman.
Conservation Letters (2013)
Gender and command over property: A critical gap in economic analysis and policy in South Asia
World Development (1994)
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