Deeper Decentralization, Fewer Women? Decentralization and Women’s Candidacies for Local Office in Benin and Malawi


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Amanda Clayton, Martha Johnson, Ragnhild Muriaas, Amanda Lea Robinson
Leonardo Arriola, Martha Johnson, Melanie Phillips, Women and Power in Africa: Aspiring, Campaigning, and Governing, Oxford University Press, 2021, pp. 85-116


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Clayton, A., Johnson, M., Muriaas, R., & Robinson, A. L. (2021). Deeper Decentralization, Fewer Women? Decentralization and Women’s Candidacies for Local Office in Benin and Malawi. In L. Arriola, M. Johnson, & M. Phillips (Eds.), Women and Power in Africa: Aspiring, Campaigning, and Governing (pp. 85–116). Oxford University Press. https://doi.org/10.1093/oso/9780192898074.003.0004


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Clayton, Amanda, Martha Johnson, Ragnhild Muriaas, and Amanda Lea Robinson. “Deeper Decentralization, Fewer Women? Decentralization and Women’s Candidacies for Local Office in Benin and Malawi.” In Women and Power in Africa: Aspiring, Campaigning, and Governing, edited by Leonardo Arriola, Martha Johnson, and Melanie Phillips, 85–116. Oxford University Press, 2021.


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Clayton, Amanda, et al. “Deeper Decentralization, Fewer Women? Decentralization and Women’s Candidacies for Local Office in Benin and Malawi.” Women and Power in Africa: Aspiring, Campaigning, and Governing, edited by Leonardo Arriola et al., Oxford University Press, 2021, pp. 85–116, doi:10.1093/oso/9780192898074.003.0004.


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@incollection{amanda2021a,
  title = {Deeper Decentralization, Fewer Women? Decentralization and Women’s Candidacies for Local Office in Benin and Malawi},
  year = {2021},
  pages = {85-116},
  publisher = {Oxford University Press},
  doi = {10.1093/oso/9780192898074.003.0004},
  author = {Clayton, Amanda and Johnson, Martha and Muriaas, Ragnhild and Robinson, Amanda Lea},
  editor = {Arriola, Leonardo and Johnson, Martha and Phillips, Melanie},
  booktitle = {Women and Power in Africa: Aspiring, Campaigning, and Governing}
}