International Development Planning Review

Professor Sylvia Chant, 1958–2019

International Development Planning Review (2020), 42, (2), 0

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References

Bradshaw, S., Chant, S. and Linneker, B. (2019) ‘Challenges and changes in gendered poverty: the feminization, de-feminization, and re-feminization of poverty in Latin America’, Feminist Economics, 25(1), 119–144. Google Scholar

Chant, S. (1987) Book review of Preston, David (ed.), Latin-American Development: Geographical Perspectives, Third World Planning Review, 9(4), 391. Google Scholar

Chant, S. (1991) Book review of Larsson, A., Women Householders and Housing Strategies: The Case of Gabarone, Third World Planning Review, 13(1), 97. Google Scholar

Chant, S. (1991) Book review of Schlyter, A., Women Householders and Housing Strategies: The Case of Harare, Third World Planning Review, 13(1), 97. Google Scholar

Chant, S. (1992) Book review of Momsen, J.H., Women and Development in the Third World, Third World Planning Review, 14(2), 213. Google Scholar

Chant, S. (1995) ‘Gender and development in the 1990s’, Third World Planning Review, 17(2), 111–116. Google Scholar

Chant, S. (2016) ‘Women, girls and world poverty: empowerment, equality or essentialism?’, International Development Planning Review, 38(1), 1–24. Google Scholar

Chant, S. and McIlwaine, C. (2016) Cities, Slums and Gender in the Global South: Towards a Feminised Urban Future, London, Routledge. Google Scholar

Chant, S. and Ward, P. (1987) ‘Family structure and low-income housing policy’, Third World Planning Review, 9(1), 5–20. Google Scholar

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McIlwaine, Cathy

Gough, Katherine V.