We combine an RCT and a lab-in-the-field experiment to explore how participating in an 'entrepreneurship and gender' training affects the intra-household bargaining position of women. While male preferences dominate household decisions, the training attenuates the bargaining gap considerably. Inviting husbands to participate in the training does not further improve outcomes. (C) 2016 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.
- Intra-household bargaining power
- Gender equality
- Business training