Women's Cooperative Credit-Union in China : an alternative for empowerment

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    Abstract

    Can a new form of collectivism based on mutual help, pooling of resources and the active participation of women emerge in the People's Republic of China, amidst a mainstream model of development that champions individualism and competition?
    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationIADEA Integrating Alternative Development Efforts in Asia : Report on the Workshop at Palakkad, Kerala, India
    EditorsDessa QUESADA
    PublisherAsian Regional Exchange for New Alternatives Press (ARENA Press)
    Pages106-119
    Publication statusPublished - 1996
    Eventpaper presented at Integrating Alternative Efforts in Asia Workshop - India, Pallakad, India
    Duration: 1 Mar 19961 Mar 1996

    Conference

    Conferencepaper presented at Integrating Alternative Efforts in Asia Workshop
    CountryIndia
    CityPallakad
    Period1/03/961/03/96
    Otherorganized by KSSP/RUA/ARENA

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    LAU, K. C. (1996). Women's Cooperative Credit-Union in China : an alternative for empowerment. In D. QUESADA (Ed.), IADEA Integrating Alternative Development Efforts in Asia : Report on the Workshop at Palakkad, Kerala, India (pp. 106-119). Asian Regional Exchange for New Alternatives Press (ARENA Press).