Rania Salem

Professor Salem received her Ph.D. in Sociology from Princeton University in 2011. After completing a post-doctoral fellowship at the Harvard Center for Population and Development Studies, she joined the faculty at the University of Toronto in 2012. Her teaching and research interests lie at the intersection of the fields of gender, family, economic sociology, development

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Working Paper- Is Women’s Work A Pathway to their Agency in Rural Egypt?

Source: Economic Research Forum Author(s): Rania Salem, Yuk Fai Cheong, Kristin VanderEnde, Kathryn Yount Original Link: http://erf.org.eg/publications/is-womens-work-a-pathway-to-their-agency-in-rural-egypt/  Abstract: Whether work is performed for household members’ consumption (subsistence work) or for sale to others (market work), it may be an enabling resource for women’s agency, or their...

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Working Paper- Changes in the Institution of Marriage in Egypt from 1998 To 2012

Source: Economic Research Forum Author(s): Rania Salem Original Link: http://erf.org.eg/publications/changes-in-the-institution-of-marriage-in-egypt-from-1998-to-2012/  Abstract: Fear over the perceived breakdown of the institution of marriage plagues many Egyptian policy-makers and members of the public. This study examines the trajectory of marriage behaviors in three...

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