Eradicating Women-Hurting Customs: What Role for Social Engineering?

Jean-Philippe Platteau, Giulia Camilotti, Emmanuelle Auriol

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Social engineering refers to deliberate attempts, often under the form of legislative moves, to promote changes in customs and norms that hurt the interests of marginalized population groups. This paper explores the analytical conditions under which social engineering is more or less likely to succeed than more indirect approaches when it comes to suppress gender-biased customs. This implies discussing the main possible interaction frameworks leading to anti-women equilibria, and deriving policy implications from the corresponding games. The theoretical arguments are illustrated by examples drawn from available empirical works, thus providing a reasoned survey of the literature.
langue originaleAnglais
titreTowards Gender Equity and Development,
rédacteurs en chefLori Beaman, Siwan Anderson, Jean-Philippe Platteau
Lieu de publicationOxford
EditeurOxford University Press
Etat de la publicationPublié - 2018

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    Platteau, J-P., Camilotti, G., & Auriol, E. (2018). Eradicating Women-Hurting Customs: What Role for Social Engineering? Dans L. Beaman, S. Anderson, & J-P. Platteau (eds.), Towards Gender Equity and Development, Oxford University Press.