International Association for Feminist Economics

Berlin School of Economics and Law, Berlin

 
July 16, 2015
 
09:00 to 10:45Welcome and Opening Plenary, Library
 
 
11:00 to 12:15Keynote Speaker, Library
 
 
12:15 to 01:50Lunch Break
 
 
14:00 to 15:40Concurrent Session 1
 
 
 
July 17, 2015
 
15:45 to 16:45General Membership Meeting & Book Celebration
 
 
17:30 to 19:00Reception, FES Berlin, Hirsohimastr. 17
 
 
09:00 to 10:40Concurrent Session 2
 
 
11:00 to 12:30Concurrent Session 3
 
 
12:30 to 13:50Luncheon: Celebrating 20 years of Feminist Economics: 1995-2015
 
 
14:00 to 15:40Concurrent Session 4
 
 
16:00 to 17:40Concurrent Session 5
 
 
19:00 to 21:00Dinner at Alte Pumpe
 
 
 
July 18, 2015
 
08:00 to 09:00Thematic Groups Meeting
 
 
09:00 to 10:40Concurrent Session 6
 
 
10:45 to 12:30Final Plenary
 
 

 

Program Notes and Index of Sessions

Welcome and Opening Plenary
Library
July 16, 2015 09:00 to 10:45
 

Gender Equality in Europe: The Necessity to Develop Better Policies

Daniela Bankier, European Commission, Directorate-General for Justice, Head of Unit Gender Equality

Rebeca Grynspan, Secretaria General Iberoamericana

Ute Klammer, University of Duisburg-Essen

Sylvia Walby, Distinguished Professor, UNESCO Chair of Gender Research

Moderator: Alicia Girón, Outgoing President of IAFFE


Keynote Speaker
Library
July 16, 2015 11:00 to 12:15
 

Migrant Care Work & the Global Political Economy

Joan Tronto, University of Minnesota

In cooperation with FES-Berlin

Welcome

Alicia Girón

Moderator

Bina Agarwal, University of Delhi


Concurrent Session 1
July 16, 2015 14:00 to 15:40
 
New research on the influence of sexual orientation and gender identity on indiv..., A 0.02
Social Reproduction, Care and Women’s Economic Empowerment: New Framing and Re..., A 1.02
GEM-Europe I: Growth and Macroeconomic Policy: Gender perspectives from Central ..., A 1.32
Women and Labor in in Turkey, A 1.31
Lifetime Earnings through a Gendered Lens, A 0.56
Feminism and the Environment, A 0.53
Resources, Social Entrepreneurship, and Women's Empowerment, A 0.52
Gendered Fields: Women's Labor in Agriculture, A 0.51
Flexible Work and Unstable Work Schedules, A 1.33
Fertility, Motherhood, and Sex Selection, A 0.34
Informal Care and Domestic Labor, A 0.36
Hot Topics, A 0.54

Reception
FES Berlin, Hirsohimastr. 17
July 17, 2015 17:30 to 19:00
 

Gender Equality in Times of Crisis: Solid Social and Labour Policies as Key Instruments for Enhancing Gender Justice

Welcome

Michael Sommer, Vice-Chairmann of Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung

Keynote speech

Andrea Nahles, German Federal Minister of Labour and Social Affairs

Moderation

Friederike Maier, Berlin School of Economics and Law


Concurrent Session 2
July 17, 2015 09:00 to 10:40
 
Communities, norms and women’s work: findings from low income contexts, A 1.31
Macroeconomics and Gender, A 0.34
Household Dynamics, Economic Marginalisation/Integration, and Women's Issues in ..., A 0.36
Austerity: A UK and Commonwealth Perspective, A 1.32
Family Policy for the Here and Now, A 0.56
Persistent Inequalities: Women in Academia, A 0.51
Social Programs, Public Works, and Welfare: Towards Gender Equality, A 0.52
Differential Outcomes: Wage Gaps, Discrimination, and the Labor Market, A 1.33
Inequalities and Household Dynamics, A 0.53
A Care Centered Economy, A 1.02
Engendering Economic Policy, A 0.02

Concurrent Session 3
July 17, 2015 11:00 to 12:30
 
Understanding gendered work burdens: a critical reflection on time use studies, A 1.32
Unpaid Work and the New Development Agenda, A 1.33
Gender Responsive Budgeting in Challenging Times – Challenging Times for GRB, A 1.31
GEM-Europe II: Care, Education and Innovation: Gender perspectives from Central ..., A 0.52
Gendered insecurity and global land deals: new analytical perspectives , A 0.51
Households, Communities, and Gendered Well-being, A 0.02
Debating Macro Policy Issues: Exploring Gender Aspects of Fiscal Policy, A 0.54
Teaching with Wikipedia to Improve Public Scholarship About Feminist Economics, A 1.02
From Theory to Practice: Teaching Gender and Feminism, A 0.36
Migration and Culture: Bringing in Gender, A 0.34
Security and Women's Rights: A Feminist Perspective, A 0.53
Advancing Feminist Theory, A 0.56

Luncheon: Celebrating 20 years of Feminist Economics: 1995-2015
July 17, 2015 12:30 to 13:50
 
Reflections on the Creation and Legacy of Feminist Economics

Myra Strober, Professor Emeriti, Stanford University

Feminist Economics: Looking back, looking forward

Bina Agarwal, University of Delhi

Closing Comments

Diana Strassmann, Rice University

Günseli Berik, University of Utah


Concurrent Session 4
July 17, 2015 14:00 to 15:40
 
Approaches to Measurement Women's Empowerment: What are We Learning about Measur..., A 0.52
Expanding the influence of feminist economists—working with and creating resea..., A 0.02
Promoting regional economic integration? Women entrepreneurs’ challenges and o..., A 0.56
Globalization and the feminization of migration, A 0.53
Gendered insecurity and global land deals: new perspectives from the field, A 0.51
20 years of Feminist Macroeconomics I : Reflections on the work of GEM- IWG , A 1.33
The Hidden Gender of the Law, A 0.54
Leisure and Labor: 'I never promised you a rose garden', A 1.32
Social and Political Change in Challenging Times, A 1.31
Women's Economic Empowerment and the Care Economy, A 1.02
Gender and Social Norms: Gender and Competition, A 0.34
Women and Work in Asia, A 0.36

Concurrent Session 5
July 17, 2015 16:00 to 17:40
 
Macroeconomics and Gender: Challenges of Rebalancing Finance and the Real Econom..., A 1.02
Women’s Wellbeing in the Long Term Perspective: Feminist Economics Approaches ..., A 0.51
ENHANCING WOMEN’S ECONOMIC EMPOWERMENT THROUGH BETTER POLICIES IN LATIN AMERIC..., Room A 0.52
Building Feminist Institutions, A 0.02
The Challenges of Measuring Individual Asset Ownership – A Discussion of What ..., A 1.31
Progress of the World’s Women 2015-2016, Transforming Economies, Realizing Rig..., A 0.53
Individual and Household Living Standards, A 1.32
Youth Unemployment and Quality of Life, A 0.54
Gender Budgeting: How-To and Why, A 0.56
Educational Attainment, Economic Participation, and Women's Empowerment, A 1.33
Entrepreneurship, Poverty, and Women's Empowerment, A 0.34
Hot Topics II, A 0.36

Concurrent Session 6
July 18, 2015 09:00 to 10:40
 
Assets, Savings and Debt, A 0.02
20 years of Feminist Macroeconomics II : Moving Forward with the work of GEM..., A 0.51
Ownership and Empowerment, A 0.56
Organizing Labor: Women, Occupational Segregation, and Discrimination, A 0.53
Austerity Measures in Europe: Who Bears the Burden, A 1.02
Who Care?: Healthcare and Health Issues, A 1.31
Gender Gaps and Inequalities: Improving Girl's Education, A 1.32
Negotiating Motherhood and the Construction of Family, A 1.33
Gendered Violence Against Women, A 0.34
Empowering Spaces: Women, Mining, and Manufacturing, A 0.36
The Professional is the Political: Inequalities and Gender Bias, A 0.52

Final Plenary
July 18, 2015 10:45 to 12:30
 
Gender Equality and Austerity Measures

Lourdes Benería, Professor Emeritus, Department of City & Regional Planning, Cornell University

Nancy Folbre, Professor Emeritus, University of Massachusetts, Amherst

Naoko Otobe, Senior Employment and Gender Specialist, Gender Coordinator, Employment Policy Department, ILO Geneva

Antonella Picchio, University of Modena And Reggio Emilia

Myra Strober, Professor Emerita, Stanford University

Şemsa Özar, President of IAFFE


 

Summary of All Sessions

Click here for an index of all participants

Date/TimeLocationTitlePapers
July 16, 2015
14:00-15:40
A 0.02 New research on the influence of sexual orientation and gender identity on individuals and economic development4
July 16, 2015
14:00-15:40
A 1.02 Social Reproduction, Care and Women’s Economic Empowerment: New Framing and Research to support Claimsmaking6
July 16, 2015
14:00-15:40
A 1.32 GEM-Europe I: Growth and Macroeconomic Policy: Gender perspectives from Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) and EU candidates3
July 16, 2015
14:00-15:40
A 1.31 Women and Labor in in Turkey5
July 16, 2015
14:00-15:40
A 0.56 Lifetime Earnings through a Gendered Lens3
July 16, 2015
14:00-15:40
A 0.53 Feminism and the Environment5
July 16, 2015
14:00-15:40
A 0.52 Resources, Social Entrepreneurship, and Women's Empowerment5
July 16, 2015
14:00-15:40
A 0.51 Gendered Fields: Women's Labor in Agriculture5
July 16, 2015
14:00-15:40
A 1.33 Flexible Work and Unstable Work Schedules5
July 16, 2015
14:00-15:40
A 0.34 Fertility, Motherhood, and Sex Selection5
July 16, 2015
14:00-15:40
A 0.36 Informal Care and Domestic Labor5
July 16, 2015
14:00-15:40
A 0.54 Hot Topics4
July 17, 2015
9:00-10:40
A 1.31 Communities, norms and women’s work: findings from low income contexts5
July 17, 2015
9:00-10:40
A 0.34 Macroeconomics and Gender5
July 17, 2015
9:00-10:40
A 0.36 Household Dynamics, Economic Marginalisation/Integration, and Women's Issues in Asia2
July 17, 2015
9:00-10:40
A 1.32 Austerity: A UK and Commonwealth Perspective5
July 17, 2015
9:00-10:40
A 0.56 Family Policy for the Here and Now5
July 17, 2015
9:00-10:40
A 0.51 Persistent Inequalities: Women in Academia5
July 17, 2015
9:00-10:40
A 0.52 Social Programs, Public Works, and Welfare: Towards Gender Equality5
July 17, 2015
9:00-10:40
A 1.33 Differential Outcomes: Wage Gaps, Discrimination, and the Labor Market5
July 17, 2015
9:00-10:40
A 0.53 Inequalities and Household Dynamics5
July 17, 2015
9:00-10:40
A 1.02 A Care Centered Economy5
July 17, 2015
9:00-10:40
A 0.02 Engendering Economic Policy5
July 17, 2015
11:00-12:30
A 1.32 Understanding gendered work burdens: a critical reflection on time use studies4
July 17, 2015
11:00-12:30
A 1.33 Unpaid Work and the New Development Agenda0
July 17, 2015
11:00-12:30
A 1.31 Gender Responsive Budgeting in Challenging Times – Challenging Times for GRB0
July 17, 2015
11:00-12:30
A 0.52 GEM-Europe II: Care, Education and Innovation: Gender perspectives from Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) and EU candidate countries 4
July 17, 2015
11:00-12:30
A 0.51 Gendered insecurity and global land deals: new analytical perspectives 3
July 17, 2015
11:00-12:30
A 0.02 Households, Communities, and Gendered Well-being5
July 17, 2015
11:00-12:30
A 0.54 Debating Macro Policy Issues: Exploring Gender Aspects of Fiscal Policy4
July 17, 2015
11:00-12:30
A 1.02 Teaching with Wikipedia to Improve Public Scholarship About Feminist Economics0
July 17, 2015
11:00-12:30
A 0.36 From Theory to Practice: Teaching Gender and Feminism4
July 17, 2015
11:00-12:30
A 0.34 Migration and Culture: Bringing in Gender5
July 17, 2015
11:00-12:30
A 0.53 Security and Women's Rights: A Feminist Perspective5
July 17, 2015
11:00-12:30
A 0.56 Advancing Feminist Theory4
July 17, 2015
14:00-15:40
A 0.52 Approaches to Measurement Women's Empowerment: What are We Learning about Measurement and its Implications3
July 17, 2015
14:00-15:40
A 0.02 Expanding the influence of feminist economists—working with and creating research centers0
July 17, 2015
14:00-15:40
A 0.56 Promoting regional economic integration? Women entrepreneurs’ challenges and opportunities: Evidence from South Asia 0
July 17, 2015
14:00-15:40
A 0.53 Globalization and the feminization of migration0
July 17, 2015
14:00-15:40
A 0.51 Gendered insecurity and global land deals: new perspectives from the field4
July 17, 2015
14:00-15:40
A 1.33 20 years of Feminist Macroeconomics I : Reflections on the work of GEM- IWG 0
July 17, 2015
14:00-15:40
A 0.54 The Hidden Gender of the Law3
July 17, 2015
14:00-15:40
A 1.32 Leisure and Labor: 'I never promised you a rose garden'3
July 17, 2015
14:00-15:40
A 1.31 Social and Political Change in Challenging Times5
July 17, 2015
14:00-15:40
A 1.02 Women's Economic Empowerment and the Care Economy5
July 17, 2015
14:00-15:40
A 0.34 Gender and Social Norms: Gender and Competition5
July 17, 2015
14:00-15:40
A 0.36 Women and Work in Asia3
July 17, 2015
16:00-17:40
A 1.02 Macroeconomics and Gender: Challenges of Rebalancing Finance and the Real Economy 0
July 17, 2015
16:00-17:40
A 0.51 Women’s Wellbeing in the Long Term Perspective: Feminist Economics Approaches in Economic History3
July 17, 2015
16:00-17:40
Room A 0.52 ENHANCING WOMEN’S ECONOMIC EMPOWERMENT THROUGH BETTER POLICIES IN LATIN AMERICA0
July 17, 2015
16:00-17:40
A 0.02 Building Feminist Institutions0
July 17, 2015
16:00-17:40
A 1.31 The Challenges of Measuring Individual Asset Ownership – A Discussion of What Does and Does Not Work0
July 17, 2015
16:00-17:40
A 0.53 Progress of the World’s Women 2015-2016, Transforming Economies, Realizing Rights0
July 17, 2015
16:00-17:40
A 1.32 Individual and Household Living Standards4
July 17, 2015
16:00-17:40
A 0.54 Youth Unemployment and Quality of Life5
July 17, 2015
16:00-17:40
A 0.56 Gender Budgeting: How-To and Why4
July 17, 2015
16:00-17:40
A 1.33 Educational Attainment, Economic Participation, and Women's Empowerment5
July 17, 2015
16:00-17:40
A 0.34 Entrepreneurship, Poverty, and Women's Empowerment5
July 17, 2015
16:00-17:40
A 0.36 Hot Topics II3
July 18, 2015
9:00-10:40
A 0.02 Assets, Savings and Debt4
July 18, 2015
9:00-10:40
A 0.51 20 years of Feminist Macroeconomics II : Moving Forward with the work of GEM- IWG 0
July 18, 2015
9:00-10:40
A 0.56 Ownership and Empowerment5
July 18, 2015
9:00-10:40
A 0.53 Organizing Labor: Women, Occupational Segregation, and Discrimination5
July 18, 2015
9:00-10:40
A 1.02 Austerity Measures in Europe: Who Bears the Burden5
July 18, 2015
9:00-10:40
A 1.31 Who Care?: Healthcare and Health Issues5
July 18, 2015
9:00-10:40
A 1.32 Gender Gaps and Inequalities: Improving Girl's Education4
July 18, 2015
9:00-10:40
A 1.33 Negotiating Motherhood and the Construction of Family5
July 18, 2015
9:00-10:40
A 0.34 Gendered Violence Against Women5
July 18, 2015
9:00-10:40
A 0.36 Empowering Spaces: Women, Mining, and Manufacturing5
July 18, 2015
9:00-10:40
A 0.52 The Professional is the Political: Inequalities and Gender Bias5
 

70 sessions, 253 papers, and 55 presentations with no associated papers


 

International Association for Feminist Economics

Detailed List of Sessions

 
 
Session: New research on the influence of sexual orientation and gender identity on individuals and economic development
July 16, 2015 14:00 to 15:40
A 0.02
 
Session Chair: Carlo D'Ippoliti, Sapienza University of Rome
 

Human Capital Gaps by Sexual Orientation
By Alyssa Schneebaum; Vienna University of Economics & Business
   Presented by: Alyssa Schneebaum, Vienna University of Economics & Business
 

The livelihood of LGBTQIs in Vienna
By Karin Schoenpflug; IHS Vienna
Christine Klapeer; University of Vienna
Roswitha Hofmann; Vienna Business University
Clemens Huber; University of Vienna
   Presented by: Karin Schoenpflug, IHS Vienna
 

Classy gay identity: a model of expected identity utility
By Fabrizio Botti; University of Perugia
Anna Conte; University of Westminster
Carlo D'Ippoliti; Sapienza University of Rome
   Presented by: Carlo D'Ippoliti, Sapienza University of Rome
 

The Relationship between LGBT Inclusion and Economic Development: An Analysis of Emerging Economies
By M. V. Lee Badgett; University of Massachusetts-Amherst
Sheila Nezhad; Headwaters Foundation for Justice
Yana Rodgers; Rutgers University
Kees Waaldijk; University of Leiden
   Presented by: Yana Rodgers, Rutgers University
                         M. V. Lee Badgett, University of Massachusetts-Amherst
 
Session: Social Reproduction, Care and Women’s Economic Empowerment: New Framing and Research to support Claimsmaking
July 16, 2015 14:00 to 15:40
A 1.02
 
Session Chair: Zahrah Nesbitt-Ahmed, Institute of Development Studies
 

Conceptualising women’s economic empowerment: the importance of care
By Deepta Chopra; Institute of Development Studies
Zahrah Nesbitt-Ahmed; Institute of Development Studies
Priya Raghavan; Institute of Development Studies
   Presented by: Priya Raghavan, Institute of Development Studies
 

Globalisation, the Google Tax and Social Reproduction
By Ruth Pearson; University of Leeds
   Presented by: Ruth Pearson, University of Leeds
 

Methodological Challenges and Opportunities for Identifying and Monitoring Factors of Change in Household Care Responsibilities
By Katie Bates
Thalia Kidder; Oxfam GB
   Presented by: Thalia Kidder, Oxfam GB
 

Determinants of ‘heavy and unequal’ care work in rural households from five developing countries
By Lucia Rost; University of Oxford
Thalia Kidder; Oxfam GB
Katie Bates
Jane Remme; Oxfam GB
Luca Dellepiane; Oxfam UK
   Presented by: Lucia Rost, University of Oxford
 

Close the Gap! The cost of inequality in women's work
[slides]
By Nuria Molina; ActionAid UK
Kasia Staszewska; ActionAid UK
   Presented by: Nuria Molina, ActionAid UK
 

Older Workers, Older Carers: A Social Reproduction Perspective on the European Union Active Aging Policies
By Ania Zbyszewska
   Presented by: Ania Zbyszewska,
 
Session: GEM-Europe I: Growth and Macroeconomic Policy: Gender perspectives from Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) and EU candidates
July 16, 2015 14:00 to 15:40
A 1.32
 
Session Chair: Nilufer Cagatay, University of Utah
 

Growth, Energy and Equality. Energy Cooperatives from a Gender Perspective
[slides]
By Zofia Lapniewska; LSE
   Presented by: Zofia Lapniewska, LSE
 

Economic growth and gender equality in new EU member countries: a comparative study
By Marta Hozer-Kocmiel; Szczecin University
Ewa Ruminska-Zimny; Warsaw School of Economics
   Presented by: Marta Hozer-Kocmiel, Szczecin University
 

Investing in Social Care Services: A Strategy for Inclusive Growth
By IPEK ILKKARACAN; ISTANBUL TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY
   Presented by: IPEK ILKKARACAN, ISTANBUL TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY
 
Session: Women and Labor in in Turkey
July 16, 2015 14:00 to 15:40
A 1.31
 
Session Chair: Semsa Ozar, Bogazici University
 

Woman’s Labor and Employment Policies and Feminist Activism in Turkey in 2010-2015
By idil soyseçkin ceylan; Çankırı University
zeynep eren; Middle East Technical University
   Presented by: zeynep eren, Middle East Technical University
 

MEASURING DECENT WORK FOR TURKEY
By YELDA YUCEL; Istanbul Bilgi University
   Presented by: YELDA YUCEL, Istanbul Bilgi University
 

KEİG (Women's Labor and Employment Platform) as an Example of Activism in Turkey
By Meltem Arıoğlu Pultar
   Presented by: Meltem Arıoğlu Pultar,
 

Why is the majority of free wage labour in Turkey undertaken by men?
By Ece Kocabicak; Lancaster University
   Presented by: Ece Kocabicak, Lancaster University
 

Policies for Women's Employment and Vocational Training in Turkey. Are They Strengthening or Weakening the Women?
By Özgün biçer
   Presented by: Özgün biçer,
 
Session: Lifetime Earnings through a Gendered Lens
July 16, 2015 14:00 to 15:40
A 0.56
 
 

"I'm Every Woman": Income Distribution by Race and Ethnicity
By Nina Banks; Bucknell University
Rhonda sharpe; Bucknell University
   Presented by: Rhonda sharpe, Bucknell University
                         Nina Banks, Bucknell University
 

Will the Kids be All Right? The Effects of Parental Divorce on Income
By Christina Curley; Colorado State University
   Presented by: Christina Curley, Colorado State University
 

Why Are Women’s and Men’s Work Lives Converging? Demography, Human Capital Investments and Lifetime Earnings
[slides]
By Joyce Jacobsen; Wesleyan University
Melanie Khamis; Wesleyan University
Mutlu Yuksel; Dalhousie University
   Presented by: Joyce Jacobsen, Wesleyan University
 
Session: Feminism and the Environment
July 16, 2015 14:00 to 15:40
A 0.53
 
 

Reconciling Social and Environmental Justice in Economics through the Feminist Perspective
By Phoebe Spencer; University of Vermont
   Presented by: Phoebe Spencer, University of Vermont
 

Farmers' climate change adaptation behaviour in rural Tanzania: an intrahousehold bargaining perspective
[slides]
By Katrien Van Aelst; University of Antwerp
   Presented by: Katrien Van Aelst, University of Antwerp
 

Gender differences in climate change perceptions and participation in group-based approaches: an intra-household analysis from rural Kenya
By Marther Ngigi; University of Bonn
Ulrike Mueller; GFA Consulting Group
   Presented by: Ulrike Mueller, GFA Consulting Group
 

Climate change and climate finance and women's social and economic inclusion
By Mariama Williams; IGTN
   Presented by: Mariama Williams, IGTN
 

Women, Forest Management and REDD+: Gender inequality reinforced?
[slides]
By Padmaja Mishra; Utkal University
   Presented by: Padmaja Mishra, Utkal University
 
Session: Resources, Social Entrepreneurship, and Women's Empowerment
July 16, 2015 14:00 to 15:40
A 0.52
 
 

Joint land titling and gender-biased development
By Marit Widman; Swedish University of Agricultural Scien
   Presented by: Marit Widman, Swedish University of Agricultural Scien
 

Beekeeping for Women Empowerment: Case of Commercial Insect Programme in Mwingi, Kenya
[slides]
By Peter Mburu; ICIPE and University of Nairobi
Hippolyte Affognon; ICIPE
Patrick Irungu; University of Nairobi
John Mburu; University of Nairobi
Suresh Raina; ICIPE
   Presented by: Peter Mburu, ICIPE and University of Nairobi
 

Can cooperatives contribute to women’s economic empowerment? - A case study in South India
[slides]
By Carla Dohmwirth; Humboldt University Berlin
Markus Hanisch; Humboldt University Berlin
   Presented by: Carla Dohmwirth, Humboldt University Berlin
 

SOCIAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP IN THE AREA OF PROTECTION OF FLORA AND FAUNA USUMACINTA CANYON IN MEXICO
[slides]
By Erika Ceballos Falcón; Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México
Carmen Beristain; Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México
Paola Vera; Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México
   Presented by: Erika Ceballos Falcón, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México
 

Analysis of the Competitiveness of Malawian Women Farmers in Smallholder Dairy Enterprises: A Case of Blantyre and Thyolo Districts in Southern Malawi
By Loveness Mgalamadzi; Lilongwe University of Agriculture and Natural Resources
   Presented by: Loveness Mgalamadzi, Lilongwe University of Agriculture and Natural Resources
 
Session: Gendered Fields: Women's Labor in Agriculture
July 16, 2015 14:00 to 15:40
A 0.51
 
 

Lifting gender constraints to sustainable intensification in coffee production in Uganda
[slides]
By Els Lecoutere; R4ED
   Presented by: Els Lecoutere, R4ED
 

Half the Sky? Gender Inequality in Production Activities in People’s Commune in Rural China
By Yingwei Huang; Chinese Academy of Social Sciences
Jing Liu; Central University of Finance and Economics
   Presented by: Jing Liu, Central University of Finance and Economics
 

Fertilizer use on male and female managed maize plots in Mozambique
By Paswel Marenya; International Maize and Wheat Improvement Center (CIMMYT)
Menale Kassie; International Maize and Wheat Improvment
Emilio Tostao; Eduardo Mondlane University
   Presented by: Paswel Marenya, International Maize and Wheat Improvement Center (CIMMYT)
 

Gender Analysis in Mango Production and Marketing in a Context of Fruit Fly Management in Kilifi County,Kenya
By Billy Nyagaya; icipe
Sunday Ekesi; icipe
Ibrahim Macharia; Kenyatta University
Hippolyte Affognon; International Centre for Insect Physiology and Ecology
   Presented by: Billy Nyagaya, icipe
 

Labor preferences among rural men and women in Cauca, Colombia
By Pilar Useche; University of Florida
Jennifer Twyman; International Center for Tropical Agriculture (CIAT)
Juliana Muriel; International Center for Tropical Agriculture (CIAT)
   Presented by: Jennifer Twyman, International Center for Tropical Agriculture (CIAT)
 
Session: Flexible Work and Unstable Work Schedules
July 16, 2015 14:00 to 15:40
A 1.33
 
 

Women working in Saudi Arabia and UAE: A case study of the hotel sector
By Saham Alismail; Individual Purchaser
   Presented by: Saham Alismail, Individual Purchaser
 

Does flexible employment pay for European women?
By Iga Magda; Warsaw School of Economics
   Presented by: Iga Magda, Warsaw School of Economics
 

Integrated Segregation: Trends in the Austrian Gender Division of Labour
By Margareta Kreimer; University of Graz
Ricardo Mora; Universidad Carlos III de Madrid
   Presented by: Margareta Kreimer, University of Graz
 

Gender and Control of Work Schedule Variability in North America and Western Europe
By Elaine McCrate; University of Vermont
   Presented by: Elaine McCrate, University of Vermont
 

Fexible Work, Deficiency of Care and Child Poverty: A Critical Assessment of Gender Equality Policy in Japan
By Nobuko Hara; Hosei University
   Presented by: Nobuko Hara, Hosei University
 
Session: Fertility, Motherhood, and Sex Selection
July 16, 2015 14:00 to 15:40
A 0.34
 
 

Fertility transition in Turkey– who is most at risk of deciding against child arrival?
[slides]
By Angela Greulich Luci; Université Paris 1 Sorbonne
   Presented by: Angela Greulich Luci, Université Paris 1 Sorbonne
 

Child Spacing and Mothers’ Careers – An IV Approach
[slides]
By Anna Amilon; The Danish National Centre for Social Research
   Presented by: Anna Amilon, The Danish National Centre for Social Research
 

Transforming gender norms? The relationship between women's employment and son preference over time in India
By Julia Behrman; New York University
Sara Duvisac
   Presented by: Sara Duvisac,
 

The intertwined (re)production of heteronormativity, capitalism and babies
By Sara Lafuente Funes; CSIC
   Presented by: Sara Lafuente Funes, CSIC
 

Uptake of urine pregnancy tests offered using two different methods: a cost-effectiveness analysis of a pilot study.
By Laura Rossouw; University of Stellenbosch
   Presented by: Laura Rossouw, University of Stellenbosch
 
Session: Informal Care and Domestic Labor
July 16, 2015 14:00 to 15:40
A 0.36
 
 

New spouse, same chores? A panel analysis of marital specialization in consecutive unions
By Miriam Beblo; University of Hamburg
Anne Solaz; Institut National d'Etudes Demographiques
   Presented by: Miriam Beblo, University of Hamburg
 

Gender Equality In The Time Allocated to Housework: A Study of Indigenous and Non-Indigenous Australians
By Elisa Birch; The University of Western Australia
   Presented by: Elisa Birch, The University of Western Australia
 

Do Men Care? Men’s supply of unpaid labour
By Leif Andreassen; Statistics Norway
Maria Laura di Tommaso; University of Torino
Anna Maccagnan; University of Turin
   Presented by: Maria Laura di Tommaso, University of Torino
 

Exploring the balancing potential of parental leave policies for the gender division of housework
[slides]
By Helene Dearing; Vienna University of Economics and Business (WU)
   Presented by: Helene Dearing, Vienna University of Economics and Business (WU)
 

Home appliances and gender gap of time spent on unpaid housework: evidence using household data from Vietnam
By Tien Vu; Osaka University
   Presented by: Tien Vu, Osaka University
 
Session: Hot Topics
July 16, 2015 14:00 to 15:40
A 0.54
 
 

Unpaid Work and Female Visibility - An examination of the case of Turkey
By Irem Güney Frahm; Harriet Taylor Mill Institut der HWR
   Presented by: Irem Güney Frahm, Harriet Taylor Mill Institut der HWR
 

Towards a caring economic approach
By Thera Osch; OQ Consulting BV
   Presented by: Thera Osch, OQ Consulting BV
 

Gender Dimensions of Food Security in Pakistan: Institutional and Policy Narratives
By Abdul Saboor; PMAS Arid Agriculture University Rawalpindi Pakistan
AISHA MAZHAR; PMAS Arid Agriculture University
   Presented by: AISHA MAZHAR, PMAS Arid Agriculture University
 

Child Marriage – A close look, with respect to the Empowered Action Group (EAG) states of India
By Monica Das; Delhi University
   Presented by: Monica Das, Delhi University
 
Session: Communities, norms and women’s work: findings from low income contexts
July 17, 2015 9:00 to 10:40
A 1.31
 
Session Chair: Naila Kabeer, London School of Economics and Political
 

Cultural norms, economic imperatives and women's labour market behaviour: preliminary findings from Bangladesh
By Naila Kabeer; London School of Economics and Political
   Presented by: Naila Kabeer, London School of Economics and Political
 

Women's agricultural work and nutrition in Pakistan: findings from qualitative research
By Haris Gazdar; Collective for Social Science Research
Mysbah Balagamwala
Hussain Mallah; Collective for Social Science Research
   Presented by: Haris Gazdar, Collective for Social Science Research
 

Ethnicity, autonomy and women’s work choices in Kenya
By Giovanna De Giusti; Maseno University, Kenya
Uma Kambhampati; University of Reading
   Presented by: Uma Kambhampati, University of Reading
                         Giovanna De Giusti, Maseno University, Kenya
 

Estimating the benefits of bridging social capital amongst vulnerable women: Comparing outcomes for domestic workers and other unskilled female workers in South Africa
By Ronelle Burger; Stellenbosch University
Carina van der Watt; Stellenbosch University
Marisa von Fintel; Stellenbosch University
   Presented by: Marisa von Fintel, Stellenbosch University
 

Promoting Gender Equality through Tourism Enterprises in Rural Uganda
By Brenda Boonabaana; Makerere University
   Presented by: Brenda Boonabaana, Makerere University
 
Session: Macroeconomics and Gender
July 17, 2015 9:00 to 10:40
A 0.34
 
Session Chair: Eugenia Correa, UNAM
 

Gender and the Social Dimensions of Finance: An Exploration
By Gary Dymski; University of Leeds
Eirini Petratou; University of Leeds
   Presented by: Eirini Petratou, University of Leeds
                         Gary Dymski, University of Leeds
 

The adoption of business structures in the development and inclusion of women entrepreneurs
By MARIA GABRIELA DOMINGUEZ MAGALLON; UNAM
   Presented by: MARIA GABRIELA DOMINGUEZ MAGALLON, UNAM
 

Growing informality, gender equality and the role of fiscal policy in the face of the current economic crisis: Evidence from Indian economy.
By Shakuntala Das; SUNY POTSDAM
   Presented by: Shakuntala Das, SUNY POTSDAM
 

Gender Inequality: Work and Employment Facing the Economic Crisis
By Eugenia Correa; UNAM
Maria González; IIEc-UNAM
Patricia Rodríguez; UNAM
   Presented by: Maria González, IIEc-UNAM
 

A Dynamic Gender Analysis of Spain's Pension Reforms of 2011
By Patricia Peinado; University of the Basque Country
   Presented by: Patricia Peinado, University of the Basque Country
 
Session: Household Dynamics, Economic Marginalisation/Integration, and Women's Issues in Asia
July 17, 2015 9:00 to 10:40
A 0.36
 
Session Chair: Wendy Olsen, University of Manchester
 

The Decline in the Labour Force Participation of Rural Women in India: Why and Where?
[slides]
By Wendy Olsen; University of Manchester
   Presented by: Wendy Olsen, University of Manchester
 

Determinants of South Asian Women's Access To and Control Over Resources in the UK, India and Pakistan
By Punita Chowbey; Sheffield Hallam University
   Presented by: Punita Chowbey, Sheffield Hallam University
 

Discussant:   Beverly Metcalfe, University of Manchester
 
Session: Austerity: A UK and Commonwealth Perspective
July 17, 2015 9:00 to 10:40
A 1.32
 
 

An examination of intra-household gender relations during a period of recession and austerity in Ireland
By Caroline Finn; National University of Ireland Galway
Nata Duvvury; National University of Ireland, Galway
   Presented by: Caroline Finn, National University of Ireland Galway
 

Which Path Might be Beneficial for Canada to Mitigate the Impact of the Great Depression of 2008-2009 on Women Workers? Austerity is not the Cure. How to Stop the Attack on Women Workers? Comparative Study of EU countries and Canada.
By Ana Androsik; New School for Social Research
   Presented by: Ana Androsik, New School for Social Research
 

Transcending the impact of the financial crisis in the UK: Towards Plan F - a Feminist Economic Strategy
By Diane Elson; University of Essex
   Presented by: Diane Elson, University of Essex
 

Costing a feminist plan for a caring economy – a UK perspective
By Jerome De Henau; The Open University
   Presented by: Jerome De Henau, The Open University
 

A Feminist Economics Analysis of Economic Recovery in the UK
By Emily Thomson; Glasgow Caledonian University
Susanne Ross; Queen Margaret University
   Presented by: Susanne Ross, Queen Margaret University
 
Session: Family Policy for the Here and Now
July 17, 2015 9:00 to 10:40
A 0.56
 
 

Family Policies and Fertility in Europe: Methodological Issues
By Wendy Sigle; London School of Economics
   Presented by: Wendy Sigle, London School of Economics
 

On the determinants and causes of declining women’s labour force participation rate in North Cyprus
By Fatma Guven-Lisaniler; Eastern Mediterranean University
Feyza Bhatti; University of Edinburgh
Firat Emir; Esatern Mediterranean University
   Presented by: Fatma Guven-Lisaniler, Eastern Mediterranean University
                         Firat Emir, Esatern Mediterranean University
 

Labor force participation of women in the EU – What role do family policies play?
By Agnieszka Gehringer; University of Goettingen
Stephan Klasen; University of Goettingen
   Presented by: Agnieszka Gehringer, University of Goettingen
 

(De)familialization or (de)genderization? Which comparative approach is more relevant for the analysis of family policy changes during the economic crisis in Europe
By Anna Kurowska; University of Warsaw
   Presented by: Anna Kurowska, University of Warsaw
 

Institutional Conditions and Management of Gender (in)Equality in Coreneur Couples
By Alena Krizkova; Institute of Sociology, CAS
Nancy Jurik; Arizona State University
Marie Dlouhá; Institute of Sociology, CAS
   Presented by: Alena Krizkova, Institute of Sociology, CAS
 
Session: Persistent Inequalities: Women in Academia
July 17, 2015 9:00 to 10:40
A 0.51
 
 

Appearance and Gender Bias in Academia
By Tali Regev; Interdisciplinary Center Herzliya (IDC)
YONA RUBINSTEIN; LONDON SCHOOL OF ECONOMICS
Galina Hale; FRBSF
   Presented by: Tali Regev, Interdisciplinary Center Herzliya (IDC)
 

Female researchers in Mexico.
By Magali Cárdenas; Instituto Politécnico Nacional
Nadima Simón; UNAM
Victoria Sánchez; UACM
   Presented by: Magali Cárdenas, Instituto Politécnico Nacional
                         Nadima Simón, UNAM
                         Victoria Sánchez, UACM
 

Do Career Insecurity and High Time Demands Discourage Women from a Career in Academia? An Analysis of Academic Career Aspirations and Work-Life Balance
By Silvana Weiss; University of Graz
Renate Ortlieb; University of Graz
   Presented by: Silvana Weiss, University of Graz
 

Women in Academia: Still Taking Care of the Family?
By Cassandra Guarino; Indianan University Bloomington
   Presented by: Cassandra Guarino, Indianan University Bloomington
 

Gender and the Editorial Review Process in Economics: Surveying the Field
By Ann Mari May; University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Mark Killingsworth
MARY MCGARVEY
Yana Rodgers; Rutgers University
   Presented by: Ann Mari May, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
 
Session: Social Programs, Public Works, and Welfare: Towards Gender Equality
July 17, 2015 9:00 to 10:40
A 0.52
 
 

The care economy, welfare reforms and gender equality in China
[slides]
By Xiao-yuan DONG; University of Winnipeg, Canada
   Presented by: Xiao-yuan DONG, University of Winnipeg, Canada
 

Re-estimating gender differences in income in South Africa: The implications of equivalence scales
By Dorrit Posel; University of KwaZulu-Natal
Daniela Casale; University of KwaZulu-Natal
Erofili Grapsa; University of KwaZulu-Natal
   Presented by: Daniela Casale, University of KwaZulu-Natal
                         Erofili Grapsa, University of KwaZulu-Natal
 

Labour Intensive Public Works, Agricultural Off-Season Employment and Effects on Household Welfare: A Case Study of Ghana Social Opportunity Programme
By Isaac Osei-Akoto; Institute of Statistical, Social and Economic Research(ISSER)- University of Ghana
Simon Bawakyillenuo; University of Ghana, Legon
George Owusu; University of Ghana
Emmanuel Offei; University of Ghana, Legon
   Presented by: Isaac Osei-Akoto, Institute of Statistical, Social and Economic Research(ISSER)- University of Ghana
 

Combining Social Programs as a Stepping Stone towards Economic Empowerment among Rural Women in El Salvador
By Margarita Beneke de Sanfeliu; Fusades
Amy Angel; Fusades
Mauricio Shi; Fusades
   Presented by: Margarita Beneke de Sanfeliu, Fusades
 

Lollipops & Birdsong? A feminist critique of UK welfare policy since 2008
By jennifer broadhurst; GCU
   Presented by: jennifer broadhurst, GCU
 
Session: Differential Outcomes: Wage Gaps, Discrimination, and the Labor Market
July 17, 2015 9:00 to 10:40
A 1.33
 
 

Beyond Care: Expanding the Feminist Debate on Universal Basic Income
By Caitlin McLean; Glasgow Caledonian University
   Presented by: Caitlin McLean, Glasgow Caledonian University
 

Women, Work and Wage Equity in the Agricultural Sector in Morocco
By Dina Najjar; icarda
   Presented by: Dina Najjar, icarda
 

Parental responsibilities and discrimination in the labor market in Moscow
[slides]
By Irina Kalabikhina; Lomonosov Moscow State University
   Presented by: Irina Kalabikhina, Lomonosov Moscow State University
 

Wage Surveys: The Tool for Understanding Gender Wage Differentials? A Japanese Perspective
By Yayoi Sugihashi; Kanazawa University
   Presented by: Yayoi Sugihashi, Kanazawa University
 

Changes in the Motherhood Penalty in the U.S., 1980-2010
By Joya Misra; University of Massachusetts Amherst
Marta Murray-Close; U Mass Amherst
   Presented by: Marta Murray-Close, U Mass Amherst
 
Session: Inequalities and Household Dynamics
July 17, 2015 9:00 to 10:40
A 0.53
 
 

Intrahousehold bargaining and the distribution of utility within marriage
By Dirk Bethmann; Korea University
Robert Rudolf; Korea University
   Presented by: Robert Rudolf, Korea University
 

How social mechanisms shape allocation of resources and decision making within female-headed households
By Rebecca Kelley; London School of Economics
Laura Ramos-Jaimes; London School of Economics and Political Science
   Presented by: Rebecca Kelley, London School of Economics
                         Laura Ramos-Jaimes, London School of Economics and Political Science
 

Intersecting identities – an empirical study of gender, agency and ethnicity
By Antonia Fernandez; University of Reading
Uma Kambhampati; University of Reading
   Presented by: Antonia Fernandez, University of Reading
 

Intra-household gender inequality in unpaid care work
By Nieves Lazaro
Maria Molto; University of Valencia
Rosario Sanchez; Departament of Economic Analysis
Carles Simo-Noguera; University of Valencia
   Presented by: Carles Simo-Noguera, University of Valencia
 

He Said, She Said: Exploring Patterns of Agreement in Sex-Disaggregated Datasets from Nepal and Bangladesh
By Simone Passarelli; IFPRI
Kate Ambler; IFPRI
Cheryl Doss; Yale University
Caitlin Kieran; International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI)
   Presented by: Caitlin Kieran, International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI)
 
Session: A Care Centered Economy
July 17, 2015 9:00 to 10:40
A 1.02
 
 

The Care-Centered Economy
By Ina Praetorius; -
   Presented by: Ina Praetorius, -
 

Women from Eastern European countries working in domestic care in Austria: How do labour market intermediaries influence job matching and working conditions?
By Renate Ortlieb; University of Graz
Silvana Weiss; University of Graz
   Presented by: Renate Ortlieb, University of Graz
 

The Care Tax - An Instrument for a (Re)Productive Economy?
By Anna Saave
   Presented by: Anna Saave,
 

Are care workers more likely to care for others?
By Jooyeoun Suh; University of Oxford, Center for Time Use Research
   Presented by: Jooyeoun Suh, University of Oxford, Center for Time Use Research
 

Monospony in Caring Labor: Job Search Models with Care as a Job Characteristic
[slides]
By Kate Bahn; The New School for Social Research
   Presented by: Kate Bahn, The New School for Social Research
 
Session: Engendering Economic Policy
July 17, 2015 9:00 to 10:40
A 0.02
 
 

Financialisation and Gender
By Brigitte Young; University of Muenster
   Presented by: Brigitte Young, University of Muenster
 

Gender Equality under challenge in Europe: European Union Economic Governance and neoliberal restructuring of the state and its impacts on national policy spaces for gender equality
By Elisabeth Klatzer; Vienna University of Economics and Business
Christa Schlager; AK-Wien
   Presented by: Elisabeth Klatzer, Vienna University of Economics and Business
                         Christa Schlager, AK-Wien
 

Financing for Development: will the process and outcome of FFD3 help financing for gender equality?
By Corina Rodríguez-Enríquez; Conicet - Ciepp - DAWN
   Presented by: Corina Rodríguez-Enríquez, Conicet - Ciepp - DAWN
 

Regulating for gender equality in an age of increasing inequalities
By Jill Rubery; University of Manchester
   Presented by: Jill Rubery, University of Manchester
 

Unpaid Care and Economic Welfare
By Elisabeth Stiefel; KoelnAgenda
   Presented by: Elisabeth Stiefel, KoelnAgenda
 
Session: Understanding gendered work burdens: a critical reflection on time use studies
July 17, 2015 11:00 to 12:30
A 1.32
 
Session Chair: Deborah Johnston, SOAS, University of London
 

Women, Issues of Time and the Production of Food Insecurity: A Study of Northern Mozambique
By Sara Stevano; SOAS, University of London
   Presented by: Sara Stevano, SOAS, University of London
 

Cross-country Study on Women's Time in Reproductive Work, Food Security and Nutrition in Agriculture
By Hitomi Komatsu; American University
Hazel Jean Malapit; IFPRI
   Presented by: Hazel Jean Malapit, IFPRI
 

It is time? Valuing women's time in nutrition research policy
[slides]
By Elizabeth Hull; SOAS, University of London
Deborah Johnston; SOAS, University of London
Suneetha Kadiyala; LSHTM
Hazel Jean Malapit; IFPRI
Sara Stevano; SOAS, University of London
   Presented by: Deborah Johnston, SOAS, University of London
 

Reducing Women’s Time Poverty: The Impact of Foreign Aid Allocation on Access to Water and Sanitation in sub-Saharan Africa
[slides]
By Lynda Pickbourn; Hampshire College
LEONCE NDIKUMANA; University of Massachusetts
   Presented by: Lynda Pickbourn, Hampshire College
 
Session: Unpaid Work and the New Development Agenda
July 17, 2015 11:00 to 12:30
A 1.33
 
 

Presented by:
   Xiao-yuan DONG, University of Winnipeg, Canada
 

Presented by:
   Valeria Esquivel, UNRISD
 

Presented by:
   Indira Hirway, Centre for Development Alternatives
 

Presented by:
   Corina Rodríguez-Enríquez, Conicet - Ciepp - DAWN
 

Presented by:
   Jayati Ghosh, Jawaharlal Nehru University
 
Session: Gender Responsive Budgeting in Challenging Times – Challenging Times for GRB
July 17, 2015 11:00 to 12:30
A 1.31
 
Session Chair: Elisabeth Klatzer, Vienna University of Economics and Business
 

Presented by:
   Diane Elson, University of Essex
 

Presented by:
   Angela O'Hagan, Glasgow Caledonian University
 

Presented by:
   Antonella Picchio, University of Modena & Reggio Emilia
 

Presented by:
   Christa Schlager, AK-Wien
 

Presented by:
   Elisabeth Stiefel, KoelnAgenda
 

Presented by:
   Paloma de Villota, Universidad Complutense de Madrid
 
Session: GEM-Europe II: Care, Education and Innovation: Gender perspectives from Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) and EU candidate countries
July 17, 2015 11:00 to 12:30
A 0.52
 
Session Chair: Lourdes Beneria, Cornell University
 

Women, men and creativity in business sector – comparative studies of leading EU and ECE countries
By Anna Zachorowska-Mazurkiewicz; Jagiellonian University
   Presented by: Anna Zachorowska-Mazurkiewicz, Jagiellonian University
 

An Early Assessment of Extension of Compulsory School Attendance in Turkey: the Gender Bias, Child Labor, and Secularism
By Bilge Erten; Northeastern University
   Presented by: Bilge Erten, Northeastern University
 

Old and new Europe: who cares? Gendering childcare policies before and after(?) the crisis
By Dorota Szelewa; Warsaw University
   Presented by: Dorota Szelewa, Warsaw University
 

Differences in Uses and Understandings of the Cash for Care: the Case of the Long-term Care Benefit in the Czech Republic
By Radka Dudova; Institute of Sociology, CAS
   Presented by: Radka Dudova, Institute of Sociology, CAS
 
Session: Gendered insecurity and global land deals: new analytical perspectives
July 17, 2015 11:00 to 12:30
A 0.51
 
Session Chair: Haroon Lodhi, Trent University
 

Land grabbing as investment: thinking about the issues from a gender perspective
By Haroon Lodhi; Trent University
   Presented by: Haroon Lodhi, Trent University
 

The Social Relations of Agrarian Change: Debates in the African Literature
By Dzodzi Tsikata; University of Ghana
   Presented by: Dzodzi Tsikata, University of Ghana
 

Through the lens of feminist economics: What we (don’t) know about Chinese and British land-consuming investments in sub-Saharan Africa
By Ariane Goetz
   Presented by: Ariane Goetz,
 

Discussant:   Diksha Arora,
 
Session: Households, Communities, and Gendered Well-being
July 17, 2015 11:00 to 12:30
A 0.02
 
 

Social Systems of Provisioning: Engendering the varieties of capitalisms
By Barbara Hopkins; Wright State University
   Presented by: Barbara Hopkins, Wright State University
 

Theorizing Gendered Impacts of Armed Conflict
By Jennifer Olmsted; Drew University
   Presented by: Jennifer Olmsted, Drew University
 

GENDER AND CLIMATE-CHANGE ADAPTATION: PERSPECTIVES FROM PASTORAL COMMUNITIES IN GUJARAT, INDIA
By Smita Ramnarain; Siena College
   Presented by: Smita Ramnarain, Siena College
 

She Said/He Said: Discrepancies in Attitudes Towards and Incidents of Intimate Partner Violence at the Household level in the Dominican Republic
By Cruz Bueno; Siena College
   Presented by: Cruz Bueno, Siena College
 

NEGOTIATING MARITAL CONROL BEHAVIOURS (MCBs): EDUCATED WOMEN’S LIVED EXPERIENCES IN URBAN UGANDA
By PEACE MUSIIMENTA; Makerere University
   Presented by: PEACE MUSIIMENTA, Makerere University
 
Session: Debating Macro Policy Issues: Exploring Gender Aspects of Fiscal Policy
July 17, 2015 11:00 to 12:30
A 0.54
 
Session Chair: Thomas Ferguson, University of Massachusetts at Boston
 

Social Security Privatization: Budget Impact and Women Doubly Unprotected
By Eugenia Correa; UNAM
   Presented by: Eugenia Correa, UNAM
 

Women and Investment: The Role of Fiscal Policy
By Joelle Leclaire; SUNY College at Buffalo
   Presented by: Joelle Leclaire, SUNY College at Buffalo
 

Fiscal Policy Constraints to Democracy. The case of the European Economic Governance.
By Orsola Costantini; University of Bergamo
   Presented by: Orsola Costantini, University of Bergamo
 

Was There a Gender Dimension to the Conduct of Macroeconomic Policy during and after the Financial Crisis?
By Mario Seccareccia; University of Ottawa
   Presented by: Mario Seccareccia, University of Ottawa
 

Discussants:
     1 Silvia Berger, FLACSO Argentina (Latinamerica School of Social Sciences)
     2 MARIA GABRIELA DOMINGUEZ MAGALLON, UNAM
 
Session: Teaching with Wikipedia to Improve Public Scholarship About Feminist Economics
July 17, 2015 11:00 to 12:30
A 1.02
 
 

Presented by:
   Diana Strassmann, Rice University
 

Presented by:
   Gunseli Berik, University of Utah
 
Session: From Theory to Practice: Teaching Gender and Feminism
July 17, 2015 11:00 to 12:30
A 0.36
 
 

New Gender Strategies: Centralization versus Overarching Principle in Gender Education in Education System.
By María Dolores Martinez Serrano
   Presented by: María Dolores Martinez Serrano,
 

Teaching Minority Issues in Feminism: The Wuhan Experience
By Anna Lamikanra; Wuhan Polytechnic University
   Presented by: Anna Lamikanra, Wuhan Polytechnic University
 

Ethics of Feminist Economics
[slides]
By Ulrike Knobloch; University of Fribourg Switzerland
   Presented by: Ulrike Knobloch, University of Fribourg Switzerland
 

Gender Mainstreaming the Economics Curriculum: Motivations and Methods of the International Student Movement
By Yuan Yang
   Presented by: Yuan Yang,
 
Session: Migration and Culture: Bringing in Gender
July 17, 2015 11:00 to 12:30
A 0.34
 
 

Beyond the veil: Discrimination against female migrants wearing a headscarf in Germany
By Doris Weichselbaumer; University of Linz
   Presented by: Doris Weichselbaumer, University of Linz
 

Deciphering the Discourse: Labour Shortage, Skill Mismatch and Employment-related Geographical Mobility in Canada
[slides]
By Martha MacDonald; Saint Mary's University
   Presented by: Martha MacDonald, Saint Mary's University
 

Culture, Religiosity and Female Labor Supply
By Duygu Guner; KU Leuven
Gokce Uysal; Bahcesehir University
   Presented by: Gokce Uysal, Bahcesehir University
 

Gender specific Remittances before and after Economic Crisis – The Case of Germany
By Elke Holst; German Institute for Economic Research (DIW Berlin)
Andrea Schaefer; Bremen University
Mechthild Schrooten; University of Applied Science Bremen
   Presented by: Mechthild Schrooten, University of Applied Science Bremen
                         Elke Holst, German Institute for Economic Research (DIW Berlin)
                         Andrea Schaefer, Bremen University
 

Gender Remittances and Changes in Woman Status in Households —Case studies in Savannakhet, Lao PDR
[slides]
By Tanaradee KHUMYA; Kasetsart University
   Presented by: Tanaradee KHUMYA, Kasetsart University
 
Session: Security and Women's Rights: A Feminist Perspective
July 17, 2015 11:00 to 12:30
A 0.53
 
 

The effect of armed conflict on attitudes towards domestic violence. The case of Iraq.
By Vidya Diwakar
   Presented by: Vidya Diwakar,
 

Gendered perception of crime: Insights from different socio-economic urban neigbourhoods in Ghana
By Charlotte Wrigley-Asante; University of Ghana
George Owusu; University of Ghana, Legon
   Presented by: Charlotte Wrigley-Asante, University of Ghana
 

Peacekeeping Economies and the Labor Market: a gendered perspective
[slides]
By Luisa Souza; Pontificia Universidade Católica PUC-RIO
   Presented by: Luisa Souza, Pontificia Universidade Católica PUC-RIO
 

Women’s Economic Rights under Economic Sanctions: Case of Iran
By Elham Taheri; Eastern Mediterranean University
Fatma Guven-Lisaniler; Eastern Mediterranean University
   Presented by: Elham Taheri, Eastern Mediterranean University
 

Feminist applications to post conflict transformation: Understanding household assets of female headed households in eastern Sri Lanka
By Sasini Kulatunga; University of Colombo
   Presented by: Sasini Kulatunga, University of Colombo
 
Session: Advancing Feminist Theory
July 17, 2015 11:00 to 12:30
A 0.56
 
 

Can Ostrom's IAD framework help with the analysis of care work?
By Siobhan Austen; Curtin University
   Presented by: Siobhan Austen, Curtin University
 

Unveiling the (heteronormative) conflict between capital accumulation and life sustainability
[slides]
By Amaia Perez Orozco
   Presented by: Amaia Perez Orozco,
 

Gender equality in Chilean families? Development models’ paths in Concepcion - Chile.
By Lucia Saldana; University of Concepcion
Alejandra Brito; University of Concepcion
   Presented by: Lucia Saldana, University of Concepcion
                         Alejandra Brito, University of Concepcion
 

Homo economicus in Neoclassical Economics from the Perspective of Feminist Economics
[slides]
By Ridhi Malik
   Presented by: Ridhi Malik,
 
Session: Approaches to Measurement Women's Empowerment: What are We Learning about Measurement and its Implications
July 17, 2015 14:00 to 15:40
A 0.52
 
 

The Impact of Global Value Chains on Household Bargaining Power in Bangladesh:Measuring and Measurement Issues
By Mieke Meurs; American University
   Presented by: Mieke Meurs, American University
 

Linking agriculture and nutrition: is a gendered analysis important?
By Vanya Slavchevska; World Bank
   Presented by: Vanya Slavchevska, World Bank
 

Asset Ownership, Partner Violence and Bargaining
By Nata Duvvury; National University of Ireland, Galway
   Presented by: Nata Duvvury, National University of Ireland, Galway
 
Session: Expanding the influence of feminist economists—working with and creating research centers
July 17, 2015 14:00 to 15:40
A 0.02
 
 

Presented by:
   M. V. Lee Badgett, University of Massachusetts-Amherst
 

Presented by:
   Susan Himmelweit, Open University
 

Presented by:
   Martha MacDonald, Saint Mary's University
 

Presented by:
   Sara Cantillon, University College Dublin
 

Presented by:
   Randy Albelda, University of Massachusetts Boston
 
Session: Promoting regional economic integration? Women entrepreneurs’ challenges and opportunities: Evidence from South Asia
July 17, 2015 14:00 to 15:40
A 0.56
 
Session Chair: Yumiko Yamamoto, UNDP Bangkok Regional Hub
 

Trade Potential and Associate non-tariff barriers with focus on women Micro/SMEs-Project approach and regional synthesis
Presented by:
   Yumiko Yamamoto, UNDP Bangkok Regional Hub
 

Trade Potential and Associate non-tariff barriers with focus on women Micro/SMEs-India case study
Presented by:
   Arundhati Kulshreshtha, CUTS International
 

Trade Potential and Associate non-tariff barriers with focus on women Micro/SMEs-Sri Lanka case study
Presented by:
   Dona Sunimalee Madurawala, Institute of Policy Studies of Sri Lanka
 
Session: Globalization and the feminization of migration
July 17, 2015 14:00 to 15:40
A 0.53
 
Session Chair: Genoveva Roldan Davila,
 

Presented by:
   Genoveva Roldan Davila,
 

Presented by:
   Daniela Castro Alquicira, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México
 

Presented by:
   Maria Jose Guerra Palmero,
 
Session: Gendered insecurity and global land deals: new perspectives from the field
July 17, 2015 14:00 to 15:40
A 0.51
 
Session Chair: Haroon Lodhi, Trent University
 

Shaping labour dynamics from below: gendered labour relations in large-scale sugarcane production in Isabela, Philippines
By Lisa Alano; Universiteit van Amsterdam
   Presented by: Lisa Alano, Universiteit van Amsterdam
 

Rural Women’s Access and Control over Agrarian Resources: Case studies from West Kalimantan
By Julia ; Kalimantan Women's Alliance for Peace and Gender Justice
   Presented by: Julia , Kalimantan Women's Alliance for Peace and Gender Justice
 

Gendered experiences of expulsion, incorporation and resistance in Cambodia
By Clara Park; International Institute of Social Studies
   Presented by: Clara Park, International Institute of Social Studies
 

Land Grabbing in Haiti: gendered experiences of post-earthquake land dispossession
By Marylynn Steckley; University of Western Ontario
   Presented by: Marylynn Steckley, University of Western Ontario
 

Discussant:   Vongai Nyawo, Midland State University
 
Session: 20 years of Feminist Macroeconomics I : Reflections on the work of GEM- IWG
July 17, 2015 14:00 to 15:40
A 1.33
 
Session Chair: Diane Elson, University of Essex
 

Presented by:
   Nilufer Cagatay, University of Utah
 

Presented by:
   Ewa Ruminska-Zimny, Warsaw School of Economics
 

Presented by:
   Gunseli Berik, University of Utah
 

Presented by:
   Alicia Giron, Instituto de Investigaciones Económicas- UNAM
 
Session: The Hidden Gender of the Law
July 17, 2015 14:00 to 15:40
A 0.54
 
 

He Paid, She Paid: Exploiting Israeli Courts' Rulings on Litigation Costs to Explore Gender Biases
By Tamar Kricheli-Katz; Tel Aviv University
   Presented by: Tamar Kricheli-Katz, Tel Aviv University
 

Do laws for protecting women really protect them? The case of Israel
By Michal Allon; Tel Aviv University
   Presented by: Michal Allon, Tel Aviv University
 

Tort Reforms and Gender Distributions of Physicians
By Alexandra Bernasek; Colorado State University
Cher Li; Colorado State University
   Presented by: Cher Li, Colorado State University
                         Alexandra Bernasek, Colorado State University
 
Session: Leisure and Labor: 'I never promised you a rose garden'
July 17, 2015 14:00 to 15:40
A 1.32
 
 

Couple work hours, work schedules, non-work time quality and subjective time pressure
By Lyn Craig; University of New South Wales
Judith Brown; University of New South Wales
   Presented by: Lyn Craig, University of New South Wales
 

Labor and Leisure in Gay and Lesbian Households
By Leanne Roncolato; Franklin and Marshall College
   Presented by: Leanne Roncolato, Franklin and Marshall College
 

Who is the leisure class? Analysis of historical transformation of gender roles in matrilineal Mozambique
By Diksha Arora; University of Utah
   Presented by: Diksha Arora, University of Utah
 
Session: Social and Political Change in Challenging Times
July 17, 2015 14:00 to 15:40
A 1.31
 
 

What would an “economics of care” look like?
By Emmanuel Petit; University of Bordeaux
   Presented by: Emmanuel Petit, University of Bordeaux
 

The thin wall between nature and nurture: An exploration of gendered work preferences in East and West Germany
By Miriam Beblo; University of Hamburg
Luise Goerges; Universitaet Hamburg
   Presented by: Luise Goerges, Universitaet Hamburg
 

Austerity, Precarity, and Sincerity: Feminist challenges at the margins of Brazil’s Bolsa Família in challenging times
By Jonathan Oster; Hochschule für Wirtschaft und Recht
Natália Perez; Freie Universität Berlin
   Presented by: Jonathan Oster, Hochschule für Wirtschaft und Recht
 

Missing Men: Differential Effects of War and Socialism on Female Labour Force Participation in Vietnam
By Merle Kreibaum; University of Goettingen
Stephan Klasen; University of Goettingen
   Presented by: Merle Kreibaum, University of Goettingen
 

ECONOMIC TRANSFORMATIONS THROUGH THE SUBJECTS’ LENS: Women and men from two generations in Chile
By Rosalba Todaro; Centro de Estudios de la Mujer
   Presented by: Rosalba Todaro, Centro de Estudios de la Mujer
 
Session: Women's Economic Empowerment and the Care Economy
July 17, 2015 14:00 to 15:40
A 1.02
 
 

Caring and employment: evolving histories, divergent outcomes and the role of social attitudes
[slides]
By Fiona Carmichael; University of Birmingham
   Presented by: Fiona Carmichael, University of Birmingham
 

Who cares for the kids? A quantitative study of childcare in South Africa
By Michelle Hatch; University of KwaZulu-Natal
Dorrit Posel; University of KwaZulu-Natal
   Presented by: Dorrit Posel, University of KwaZulu-Natal
 

Toward a Care Economic Theory of the Firm: Developing Microeconomic Variables for a Taxonomy of Care Firms
By Barbara Fuchs; University of Liechtenstein
Luise Gubitzer; Vienna University of Economics and Business
   Presented by: Barbara Fuchs, University of Liechtenstein
                         Luise Gubitzer, Vienna University of Economics and Business
 

Paradox of commodification of care
By Zuzana Uhde; The Czech Academy of Sciences
   Presented by: Zuzana Uhde, The Czech Academy of Sciences
 

Time Poverty of Working Men and Women and Labor Market Regulations in Urban China
By Liangshu Qi; Tsinghua University
Xiao-yuan DONG; University of Winnipeg, Canada
   Presented by: Liangshu Qi, Tsinghua University
 
Session: Gender and Social Norms: Gender and Competition
July 17, 2015 14:00 to 15:40
A 0.34
 
 

Gender Gaps in Social Capital: a theoretical interpretation of the Italian evidence
By Elisabetta Addis; University of Sassari (Sardinia) Italy
Majlinda Joxhe; University of Rome
   Presented by: Elisabetta Addis, University of Sassari (Sardinia) Italy
 

Gendered Power Relations in “Interactive Service Work” in Japanese Life Insurance Companies
By Ki-young Shin; Ochanomizu University
Kaoru Kanai; Saitama University
   Presented by: Ki-young Shin, Ochanomizu University
                         Kaoru Kanai, Saitama University
 

Social Norms and the Power of Women in San Felipe de Progreso, an Indigenous Community in Mexico
By Arlette Covarrubias; Colegio Mexiquense
   Presented by: Arlette Covarrubias, Colegio Mexiquense
 

Care does not have to Disturb Research!
By Felizitas Sagebiel; University of Wuppertal
   Presented by: Felizitas Sagebiel, University of Wuppertal
 

Why Do Women Favor In-group Competition? Evidence From an Incentivized Choice Experiment
By Miriam Beblo; University of Hamburg
Denis Beninger; University of Hamburg
Norma Schmitt; DIW Berlin
Melanie Schroeder; University of Hamburg
   Presented by: Norma Schmitt, DIW Berlin
 
Session: Women and Work in Asia
July 17, 2015 14:00 to 15:40
A 0.36
 
 

Quality of Employment for Home-based Women Workers in India
[slides]
By Anupama Uppal; Punjabi University, Patiala
   Presented by: Anupama Uppal, Punjabi University, Patiala
 

LIBERALISATION AND GENDER DIMENSION IN EMPLOYMENT TRENDS IN INDIA
[slides]
By aaina dennis; M.D. University
Santosh Nandal , Aaina Dennis ; Maharshi Dayanand University Rohtak
   Presented by: Santosh Nandal , Aaina Dennis , Maharshi Dayanand University Rohtak
 

Violence against foreign domestic helpers: A case from Hong Kong
By AKM Ullah; Centre for Migration and Refugee Studies
   Presented by: AKM Ullah, Centre for Migration and Refugee Studies
 
Session: Macroeconomics and Gender: Challenges of Rebalancing Finance and the Real Economy
July 17, 2015 16:00 to 17:40
A 1.02
 
 

Presented by:
   Dorothea Schaefer, DIW Berlin and Jönköping Internat. Business School, Jönköping Universi
 

Presented by:
   Gary Dymski, University of Leeds
 

Presented by:
   Annina Kaltenbrunner, Leeds University Business School
 

Presented by:
   Margit Schratzenstaller, Austrian Institute of Economic Research
 

Presented by:
   Brigitte Young, University of Muenster
 
Session: Women’s Wellbeing in the Long Term Perspective: Feminist Economics Approaches in Economic History
July 17, 2015 16:00 to 17:40
A 0.51
 
 

Family constraints on women’s agency: measurement and persistence
By Sarah Carmichael
Auke Rijpma; Universiteit Utrecht
   Presented by: Auke Rijpma, Universiteit Utrecht
                         Sarah Carmichael,
 

On the construction of a Historical Gender Gap Index. An implementation on French Data
By Faustine Perrin; Lund University
   Presented by: Faustine Perrin, Lund University
 

Economic Development and Gender Equality Revisited: Is there a U-Shape or Do Institutions Explain it all?
[slides]
By Selin Dilli; Utrecht University
Sarah Carmichael
Auke Rijpma; Universiteit Utrecht
   Presented by: Selin Dilli, Utrecht University
 
Session: ENHANCING WOMEN’S ECONOMIC EMPOWERMENT THROUGH BETTER POLICIES IN LATIN AMERICA
July 17, 2015 16:00 to 17:40
Room A 0.52
 
Session Chair: Valeria Esquivel, UNRISD
 

Presented by:
   Alison Vasconez, CIGENERO
 

Presented by:
   Alma Espino, Instituto de Economía - FCEyA- UDELAR
 

Presented by:
   María Salvador, CIEDUR
 

Presented by:
   Lucia Perez-Fragoso,
 
Session: Building Feminist Institutions
July 17, 2015 16:00 to 17:40
A 0.02
 
 

Presented by:
   Myra Strober, Stanford University
 

Presented by:
   Heidi Hartmann, Institute for Women's Policy Research
 

Presented by:
   Diana Strassmann, Rice University
 

Presented by:
   Rosalba Todaro, Centro de Estudios de la Mujer
 

Presented by:
   Lourdes Beneria, Cornell University
 

Discussant:   Lourdes Beneria, Cornell University
 
Session: The Challenges of Measuring Individual Asset Ownership – A Discussion of What Does and Does Not Work
July 17, 2015 16:00 to 17:40
A 1.31
 
Session Chair: Carmen Diana Deere, University of Florida
 

Presented by:
   Bina Agarwal, Institute of Economic Growth
 

Presented by:
   Cheryl Doss, Yale University
 

Presented by:
   Caren Grown, World Bank
 

Presented by:
   Talip Kilic, World Bank
 

Presented by:
   Hazel Jean Malapit, IFPRI
 

Presented by:
   Abena Oduro, University of Ghana
 
Session: Progress of the World’s Women 2015-2016, Transforming Economies, Realizing Rights
July 17, 2015 16:00 to 17:40
A 0.53
 
Session Chair: Shahrashoub Razavi, UNWomen
 

Presented by:
   Naila Kabeer, London School of Economics and Political
 

Presented by:
   Elissa Braunstein, Colorado State University
 

Presented by:
   Maxine Molyneux, UCL Institute of the Americas
 
Session: Individual and Household Living Standards
July 17, 2015 16:00 to 17:40
A 1.32
 
 

Income Pooling, Decision Making and Living Standards within Households
By Sara Cantillon; Glasgow Caledonian University
   Presented by: Sara Cantillon, Glasgow Caledonian University
 

INTRA-HOUSEHOLD SHARING OF RESOURCES: A TENTATIVE “MODIFIED” EQUIVALISED INCOME
By Sophie Ponthieux; INSEE
   Presented by: Sophie Ponthieux, INSEE
 

Equivalence scales challenged by new family configurations
By Helene Périvier; OFCE Sciences Po
Henri Martin; ENSAE
   Presented by: Helene Périvier, OFCE Sciences Po
 

“Non-Market Work, Equivalence Scales, and Extended Income in the U.S.”
By Nancy Folbre; University of Massachusetts Amherst
Marta Murray-Close; U Mass Amherst
Jooyeoun Suh; University of Oxford, Center for Time Use Research
   Presented by: Nancy Folbre, University of Massachusetts Amherst
 
Session: Youth Unemployment and Quality of Life
July 17, 2015 16:00 to 17:40
A 0.54
 
 

School-to-Work Transition, and Youth Unemployment in Turkey
By Duygu Guner; KU Leuven
   Presented by: Duygu Guner, KU Leuven
 

Incorporating the Youth into Kenya’s Labour Markets: Is there Need for Gender Considerations?
By Rosemary Atieno; University of Nairobi
   Presented by: Rosemary Atieno, University of Nairobi
 

Women’s Empowerment and Child Nutrition in Sub-Saharan Africa: Do Informal Institutions Matter?
By Gordon Abekah-Nkrumah; University of Ghana
david Lawson; University of Manachester
   Presented by: Gordon Abekah-Nkrumah, University of Ghana
 

Poverty of young women living with parents in Japan
By Tomoko Nakahara; Kobe University
Kumiko Ida; Osaka Prefecture University
Kimie Kumayasu; Osaka Prefecture Univercity
Kazuyo YAMADA; SHIGA UNIVERSITY
   Presented by: Tomoko Nakahara, Kobe University
                         Kumiko Ida, Osaka Prefecture University
                         Kimie Kumayasu, Osaka Prefecture Univercity
                         Kazuyo YAMADA, SHIGA UNIVERSITY
 

Gendered structure of Youth employment in India
By Sharmistha Sinha; Freelance
   Presented by: Sharmistha Sinha, Freelance
 
Session: Gender Budgeting: How-To and Why
July 17, 2015 16:00 to 17:40
A 0.56
 
 

Engendering the European Union Budget: A Capability Approach
By Firat Cengiz; Liverpool University
   Presented by: Firat Cengiz, Liverpool University
 

Favourable Conditions for Adoption and Implementation of Gender Budget Analysis: A Framework for advocates, analysts and policy makers
By Angela O'Hagan; Glasgow Caledonian University
   Presented by: Angela O'Hagan, Glasgow Caledonian University
 

Comparing approaches to GB in advanced economies
By Francesca Bettio; Università di Siena, italy
Annalisa Rosselli; Università di Roma Tor Vergata
   Presented by: Annalisa Rosselli, Università di Roma Tor Vergata
 

Taxation in GBA during economic crisis
By Paloma de Villota; Universidad Complutense de Madrid
   Presented by: Paloma de Villota, Universidad Complutense de Madrid
 
Session: Educational Attainment, Economic Participation, and Women's Empowerment
July 17, 2015 16:00 to 17:40
A 1.33
 
 

The Gender Wage Gap Assessment for Turkey: Disaggregated by Education Level
[slides]
By Hasan Tekgüç; Mardin Artuklu University
Deger Eryar; Izmir University of Economics
Dilek Cindoglu; Mardin Artuklu University
   Presented by: Hasan Tekgüç, Mardin Artuklu University
                         Deger Eryar, Izmir University of Economics
 

From MRS to MBA: Economic Consequences of the Transformation of Women’s Early Career Decisions
By Stacey Jones; Seattle University
   Presented by: Stacey Jones, Seattle University
 

Education, Occupational Mobility and Labour Market Performance: A Study of Aboriginal and Non-aboriginal Women in Canada
By Najma Sharif; Saint Mary's University
   Presented by: Najma Sharif, Saint Mary's University
 

The effect of cultural capital on the differential educational achievement of girls and boys
By Oscar Marcenaro-Gutierrez; Universidad de Málaga
Luis Alejandro Lopez-Agudo; Universidad de Málaga
   Presented by: Oscar Marcenaro-Gutierrez, Universidad de Málaga
                         Luis Alejandro Lopez-Agudo, Universidad de Málaga
 

Gender differences in sheepskin effects: Evidence from synthetic cohort data
[slides]
By Jhon James Mora Rodriguez; Universidad ICESI
   Presented by: Jhon James Mora Rodriguez, Universidad ICESI
 
Session: Entrepreneurship, Poverty, and Women's Empowerment
July 17, 2015 16:00 to 17:40
A 0.34
 
 

IS THERE DISCRIMINATION AGAINST WOMEN ENTREPRENUERS IN FORMAL CREDIT MARKETS IN NIGERIA?
By Emmanuel Nwosu; University of Nigeria, Nsukka, Nigeria
Anthony Orji; Department of Economics, University of Nigeria,
   Presented by: Anthony Orji, Department of Economics, University of Nigeria,
 

The relation between entrepreneurship and smart economy
[slides]
By Cristina Balaceanu; Dimitrie Cantemir Christian Univeristy
Diana Apostol; Dimitrie Cantemir Christian Univeristy
Mirela Dogaru; Dimitrie Cantemir Christian University
Mihaela Gruiescu; Romanian American University
   Presented by: Diana Apostol, Dimitrie Cantemir Christian Univeristy
 

Extreme poverty, displacement and women’s empowerment: Evidence from the impact evaluation of Red UNIDOS in Colombia
By Susana Martinez Restrepo; Fedesarrollo
   Presented by: Susana Martinez Restrepo, Fedesarrollo
 

THE RISE OF MOBILE MONEY IN CHALLENGING TIMES: REFLECTIONS ON THE GENDER-FINANCIAL INCLUSION NEXUS
By Serena Natile; University of Kent
   Presented by: Serena Natile, University of Kent
 

Access to Microcredit, Gender and Entrepreneurship: Evidence from Bangladesh
[slides]
By M. Jahangir Alam Chowdhury; University of Dhaka
   Presented by: M. Jahangir Alam Chowdhury, University of Dhaka
 
Session: Hot Topics II
July 17, 2015 16:00 to 17:40
A 0.36
 
 

“Violence, Self-Harm, Economic and Social Change Strategies through Trans-Media Storytelling with remotely located women and youth in Nepal: a dialogue by a “social entrepreneur”
By Bandita Thapa
   Presented by: Bandita Thapa,
 

The impact of care work on labor conditions: Exploring the case of nurses in Buenos Aires
By Francisca Pereyra; Universidad Nacional General Sarmiento
   Presented by: Francisca Pereyra, Universidad Nacional General Sarmiento
 

Unpaid health care: the contribution of women and families to the Uruguayan health system
By Karina Batthyany; Facultad de Ciencias Sociales
   Presented by: Karina Batthyany, Facultad de Ciencias Sociales
 
Session: Assets, Savings and Debt
July 18, 2015 9:00 to 10:40
A 0.02
 
 

Do Men and Women Value Assets Differently?
By Cheryl Doss; Yale University
   Presented by: Cheryl Doss, Yale University
 

Who Borrows? An Analysis of Gender, Debt, and Assets in Ecuador, Ghana, and Karnataka, India
By Caren Grown; World Bank
Carmen Diana Deere; University of Florida
Abena Oduro; University of Ghana
Hema Swaminathan; Indian Institute of Management Bangalore
   Presented by: Caren Grown, World Bank
 

Gendered Paths to Asset Accumulation? The Role of Savings and Credit
By Carmen Diana Deere; University of Florida
Cheryl Doss; Yale University
Abena Oduro; University of Ghana
Hema Swaminathan; Indian Institute of Management Bangalore
   Presented by: Carmen Diana Deere, University of Florida
 

The Sources of New Business Financing among Micro and Small Firms in Ghana: Are Women-owned firms different?
By Abena Oduro; University of Ghana
   Presented by: Abena Oduro, University of Ghana
 
Session: 20 years of Feminist Macroeconomics II : Moving Forward with the work of GEM- IWG
July 18, 2015 9:00 to 10:40
A 0.51
 
Session Chairs:
1. Indira Hirway, Centre for Development Alternatives
2. Valeria Esquivel, UNRISD
 

Presented by:
   IPEK ILKKARACAN, ISTANBUL TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY
 

Presented by:
   Anna Zachorowska-Mazurkiewicz, Jagiellonian University
 

Presented by:
   Thomas Masterson, Levy Economics Institute of Bard College
 

Presented by:
   Marzia Fontana, NA
 
Session: Ownership and Empowerment
July 18, 2015 9:00 to 10:40
A 0.56
 
 

Land, Kinship and Women's Empowerment: the case of three rural communities in Timor-Leste
By Vanda Narciso
Pedro Henriques; University of Évora
   Presented by: Vanda Narciso,
 

Women’s economic empowerment: A multi-dimensional analysis from three African countries
By Renata Serra; University of Florida
Sally BADEN; Independent Consultant and Researcher
   Presented by: Renata Serra, University of Florida
 

Quality of Collateral and Business Cycle
By Jing Zhou; HKUST
   Presented by: Jing Zhou, HKUST
 

The covariates of the differences in wealth holdings between married men and women in Ghana
By Marya Hillesland; Food and Agriculture Organization
   Presented by: Marya Hillesland, Food and Agriculture Organization
 

The Who: experimental evidence on the effect of respondent selection on collecting individual asset ownership information
By Talip Kilic; World Bank
Heather Moylan; World Bank
   Presented by: Talip Kilic, World Bank
                         Heather Moylan, World Bank
 
Session: Organizing Labor: Women, Occupational Segregation, and Discrimination
July 18, 2015 9:00 to 10:40
A 0.53
 
 

Who is Breadwinning? A Twenty Year Comparison of Female Labour Supply in Germany and the UK
By Martina Dieckhoff; WZB
Vanessa Gash; City University - London
Antje Mertens; HWR - Berlin School of Economics and Law
Laura Romeu Gordo; German Centre of Gerontology (DZA)
   Presented by: Laura Romeu Gordo, German Centre of Gerontology (DZA)
 

Mapping the Occupational Segregation of White Women in the US: Differences across Metropolitan Areas
By Olga Alonso-Villar; Universidade de Vigo
Coral del Rio; Universidade de Vigo
   Presented by: Olga Alonso-Villar, Universidade de Vigo
 

Income Effect or Budget Squeeze? Female Labor Force Participation in India
By Smriti Rao; Assumption College
Sirisha Naidu; Wright State University
   Presented by: Smriti Rao, Assumption College
 

Discrimination in Hiring - a Laboratory Experiment
By Isabella Scheibmayr; Johannes Kepler University Linz
   Presented by: Isabella Scheibmayr, Johannes Kepler University Linz
 

Trade Unions and Gendered Organization: Functions and Limitations of a Women's Section
By Judith Langowski; Central European University
   Presented by: Judith Langowski, Central European University
 
Session: Austerity Measures in Europe: Who Bears the Burden
July 18, 2015 9:00 to 10:40
A 1.02
 
 

The increase of gender wage gap in Italy during the economic crisis of 2008-2012
By Maria Laura di Tommaso; University of Torino
Daniela Piazzalunga; University of Turin
   Presented by: Maria Laura di Tommaso, University of Torino
 

LESSONS FROM THE EXPERIENCE OF THE BASQUE COUNTRY ON GENDER BUDGETING IN AUSTERITY TIMES
By YOLANDA JUBETO; University of the Basque Country
   Presented by: YOLANDA JUBETO, University of the Basque Country
 

Gender, poverty and work in post-crisis Europe
By Diane Perrons; London School of Economics
   Presented by: Diane Perrons, London School of Economics
 

Changing norms of social reproduction under austerity
By Susan Himmelweit; Open University
   Presented by: Susan Himmelweit, Open University
 

AUSTERITY POLICIES AND GENDER INEQUALITIES: THE CASE OF GREECE
By Nelly-Eleni Pavlidou; ARISTOTLE UNIVERSITY OF THESSALONIKI
   Presented by: Nelly-Eleni Pavlidou, ARISTOTLE UNIVERSITY OF THESSALONIKI
 
Session: Who Care?: Healthcare and Health Issues
July 18, 2015 9:00 to 10:40
A 1.31
 
 

Food insecurity among US children with disabilities
By Susan Parish; Brandeis University
Subharati Ghosh; Tata Institute for Social Sciences
Rajan Sonik; Brandeis University
Leah Igdalsky; Brandeis University
   Presented by: Leah Igdalsky, Brandeis University
                         Susan Parish, Brandeis University
 

Implications of Health Sector Reforms in Tanzania: Policies, Indicators and Accessibility to Health Services
By Tausi Kida; Economic and Social Research Foundation
   Presented by: Tausi Kida, Economic and Social Research Foundation
 

Are women standing at the end of the clinic queue? Examining gender disparities in access to public clinics in South Africa.
By Carmen Christian; University of the Western Cape
Ronelle Burger; Stellenbosch University
Derek Yu; University of the Western Cape
   Presented by: Carmen Christian, University of the Western Cape
 

Understanding Female Smoking Behaviors in Nepal
By Kristina Piorkowski; University of New Mexico
Alok Bohara; University of New Mexico
   Presented by: Kristina Piorkowski, University of New Mexico
 

The work/family and health connection: How employment benefits and caregiver’s employment contribute to the financial burden and health outcomes of certain blood cancer patients
By Randy Albelda; University of Massachusetts Boston
Diana Salas; University of Massachusetts Boston
   Presented by: Randy Albelda, University of Massachusetts Boston
 
Session: Gender Gaps and Inequalities: Improving Girl's Education
July 18, 2015 9:00 to 10:40
A 1.32
 
 

Nipping her in the bud: Investigating into a Disguised Form of Gender Bias in Educating Girls in a Developing Economy framework
[slides]
By Debdatta Chakrabarti; Indian Institute of Management Bangalore
   Presented by: Debdatta Chakrabarti, Indian Institute of Management Bangalore
 

The African Child: Explaining the Education Gender Gap in Ghana
By Fiona Carmichael; University of Birmingham
Christian Darko; University of Birmingham
Stanley Siebert; University of Birmingham
   Presented by: Christian Darko, University of Birmingham
 

Mahila Samakhya: A pathway towards empowering women on educational outcome?
By Pragya Bhuwania; Indian Institute of Management Bangalore
Hema Swaminathan; Indian Institute of Management Bangalore
Arnab Mukherji; Center for Public Policy
   Presented by: Pragya Bhuwania, Indian Institute of Management Bangalore
 

Girls' Education and Primary Education Reforms in Sub-saharan Africa
By Aichatou Hassane Noma; Bucknell University
   Presented by: Aichatou Hassane Noma, Bucknell University
 
Session: Negotiating Motherhood and the Construction of Family
July 18, 2015 9:00 to 10:40
A 1.33
 
 

Gender Equality an Professional Culture: The Construction of Family on the Example of Engineers
By Yves Jeanrenaud; Technische Universität München
   Presented by: Yves Jeanrenaud, Technische Universität München
 

Normalizing the Female Life Cycle: Postpartum women in the U.S.A.
[slides]
By Rachel Newhouse; University of Illinois at Chicago
   Presented by: Rachel Newhouse, University of Illinois at Chicago
 

Improving Reproductive Knowledge Outcomes among High School Girls: Results from a trial using ‘coloured beads’
By S Garikipati; University of Liverpool
   Presented by: S Garikipati, University of Liverpool
 

The Impact of Early Childbearing on Schooling and Cognitive Skills among Young Women in Madagascar
By Catalina Herrera Almanza; Northeastern University
   Presented by: Catalina Herrera Almanza, Northeastern University
 

Mothers' workplace exit: Male partners take priority
By Shireen Kanji; University of Leicester
   Presented by: Shireen Kanji, University of Leicester
 
Session: Gendered Violence Against Women
July 18, 2015 9:00 to 10:40
A 0.34
 
 

Correlates of Wife Beating Attitudes: The Case of Bangladesh
[slides]
By Trufat Woldesenbet; American University
   Presented by: Trufat Woldesenbet, American University
 

A feminist reading on the capital dynamics in Brazilian territories
By Renata Moreno; SOF, USP
   Presented by: Renata Moreno, SOF, USP
 

Estimating the macroeconomic loss due to violence against women using the Social Accounting framework: The case of Vietnam
By Srinivas Raghavendra; National University of Ireland
   Presented by: Srinivas Raghavendra, National University of Ireland
 

The impact of women's labour force participation on domestic violence in Jordan
By Jana Lenze; University of Goetttingen
   Presented by: Jana Lenze, University of Goetttingen
 

Contract formation in Sex Work: A possible analytical framework
By Neha Hui; -
   Presented by: Neha Hui, -
 
Session: Empowering Spaces: Women, Mining, and Manufacturing
July 18, 2015 9:00 to 10:40
A 0.36
 
 

Women and factory work in Indonesia: Employment effects of post-crisis restructuring in global manufacturing
By Shaianne Osterreich; Ithaca College
   Presented by: Shaianne Osterreich, Ithaca College
 

Empowered Spaces? Management Articulations of Gendered Spaces in Apparel Factories in Karachi, Pakistan
By Kanchana Ruwanpura; University of Edinburgh
   Presented by: Kanchana Ruwanpura, University of Edinburgh
 

Feminization, Defeminization and Structural Change in Manufacturing
By David Kucera; ILO
Sheba Tejani; New School for Social Research
   Presented by: Sheba Tejani, New School for Social Research
                         David Kucera, ILO
 

Gender Outcomes of Institutional Instability in Mongolia
By Tseveenbolor Davaa; Ministry of Education, Culture and Science
   Presented by: Tseveenbolor Davaa, Ministry of Education, Culture and Science
 

Perceptions of barriers to career progression among women working in the platinum mining industry in South Africa
By Olagoke Akintola; University of KwaZuluNatal
   Presented by: Olagoke Akintola, University of KwaZuluNatal
 
Session: The Professional is the Political: Inequalities and Gender Bias
July 18, 2015 9:00 to 10:40
A 0.52
 
 

Gender Biases in Student Evaluations of Teachers
By Anne Boring; Sciences Po
   Presented by: Anne Boring, Sciences Po
 

The Wealth Effects of Assortative Mating
By Alyssa Schneebaum; Vienna University of Economics & Business
Katarina Hollan; Vienna University of Economics and Business
Sophie Augustin; Vienna University of Economics and Business
   Presented by: Sophie Augustin, Vienna University of Economics and Business
 

Gender equality in public sphere: Work and wives in contemporary Thailand
By Malee Sunpuwan; Mahidol University
   Presented by: Malee Sunpuwan, Mahidol University
 

Women on Brazilian Financial Market - A Sight Through Gender Lense
[slides]
By Itali Collini; University of São Paulo
Silvia Casa Nova; University of São Paulo
   Presented by: Itali Collini, University of São Paulo
 

DOES GENDER DIVERSITY ON CORPORATE BOARDS REDUCE INFORMATION ASYMMETRY IN EQUITY MARKETS?
By David Abad; University of Alicante
Mª Encarnacion Lucas-Perez; University of Murcia
Antonio Minguez-Vera; University of Murcia
Jose Yague; University of Murcia
   Presented by: Antonio Minguez-Vera, University of Murcia
 

70 sessions, 253 papers, and 55 presentations with no associated papers
 
Index of Participants

Legend: C=chair, P=Presenter, D=Discussant
#ParticipantRoles in Conference
3Abekah-Nkrumah, GordonP55
4Addis, ElisabettaP46
5Agarwal, BinaP52
6Akintola, OlagokeP69
7Alano, LisaP40
8Albelda, RandyP37, P65
9Alismail, SahamP9
10Allon, MichalP42
11Alonso-Villar, OlgaP63
12Amilon, AnnaP10
13Androsik, AnaP16
14Apostol, DianaP58
15Arıoğlu Pultar, MeltemP4
16Arora, DikshaP43
17Arora, DikshaD28
18Atieno, RosemaryP55
19Augustin, SophieP70
20Austen, SiobhanP35
21Badgett, M. V. LeeP1, P37
22Bahn, KateP22
23Banks, NinaP5
24Batthyany, KarinaP59
25Beblo, MiriamP11
26Beneke de Sanfeliu, MargaritaP19
27Beneria, LourdesC27, D51, P51
28Berger, SilviaD30
29Berik, GunseliP31, P41
30Bernasek, AlexandraP42
31Bhuwania, PragyaP66
32biçer, ÖzgünP4
33Birch, ElisaP11
34Boonabaana, BrendaP13
35Boring, AnneP70
36Braunstein, ElissaP53
37Brito, AlejandraP35
38broadhurst, jenniferP19
39Bueno, CruzP29
40Cagatay, NiluferC3, P41
41Cantillon, SaraP37
42Cantillon, SaraP54
43Carmichael, SarahP49, P49
44Carmichael, FionaP45
45Casale, DanielaP19
46Castro Alquicira, DanielaP39
47Cárdenas, MagaliP18
48Ceballos Falcón, ErikaP7
49Cengiz, FiratP56
50Chakrabarti, DebdattaP66
51Chowbey, PunitaP15
52Chowdhury, M. Jahangir AlamP58
53Christian, CarmenP65
54Collini, ItaliP70
55Correa, EugeniaC14, P30
56Costantini, OrsolaP30
57Covarrubias, ArletteP46
58Craig, LynP43
59Curley, ChristinaP5
60D'Ippoliti, CarloC1, P1
61Darko, ChristianP66
62Das, MonicaP12
63Das, ShakuntalaP14
64Davaa, TseveenbolorP69
65De Giusti, GiovannaP13
66De Henau, JeromeP16
67de Villota, PalomaP26, P56
68Dearing, HeleneP11
69Deere, Carmen DianaC52, P60
70di Tommaso, Maria LauraP11, P64
71Dilli, SelinP49, P49
72Diwakar, VidyaP34
73Dohmwirth, CarlaP7
74DOMINGUEZ MAGALLON, MARIA GABRIELAP14, D30
75DONG, Xiao-yuanP19, P25
76Doss, CherylP52, P60
77Dudova, RadkaP27
78Duvisac, SaraP10
79Duvvury, NataP36
80Dymski, GaryP14, P48
81Elson, DianeP16, P26, C41
82Emir, FiratP17
83eren, zeynepP4
84Erten, BilgeP27
85Eryar, DegerP57
86Espino, AlmaP50
87Esquivel, ValeriaP25, C50, C61
88Ferguson, ThomasC30
89Fernandez, AntoniaP21
90Finn, CarolineP16
91Folbre, NancyP54
92Fontana, MarziaP61
93Fuchs, BarbaraP45
94Garikipati, SP67
95Gazdar, HarisP13
96Güney Frahm, IremP12
97Gehringer, AgnieszkaP17
98Ghosh, JayatiP25
99Giron, AliciaP41
100Goerges, LuiseP44
101Goetz, ArianeP28
102González, MariaP14
103Grapsa, ErofiliP19
104Greulich Luci, AngelaP10
105Grown, CarenP52, P60
106Guarino, CassandraP18
107Gubitzer, LuiseP45
108Guerra Palmero, Maria JoseP39
109Guner, DuyguP55
110Guven-Lisaniler, FatmaP17
111Hara, NobukoP9
112Hartmann, HeidiP51
113Hassane Noma, AichatouP66
114Herrera Almanza, CatalinaP67
115Hillesland, MaryaP62
116Himmelweit, SusanP37, P64
117Hirway, IndiraP25, C61
118Holst, ElkeP33
119Hopkins, BarbaraP29
120Hozer-Kocmiel, MartaP3
121Hui, NehaP68
122Ida, KumikoP55
123Igdalsky, LeahP65
124ILKKARACAN, IPEKP3, P61
125Jacobsen, JoyceP5
126Jeanrenaud, YvesP67
127Johnston, DeborahC24, P24
128Jones, StaceyP57
129JUBETO, YOLANDAP64
130Kabeer, NailaC13, P13, P53
131Kalabikhina, IrinaP20
132Kaltenbrunner, AnninaP48
133Kambhampati, UmaP13
134Kanai, KaoruP46
135Kanji, ShireenP67
136Kelley, RebeccaP21
137KHUMYA, TanaradeeP33
138Kida, TausiP65
139Kidder, ThaliaP2
140Kieran, CaitlinP21
141Kilic, TalipP52, P62
142Klatzer, ElisabethP23, C26
143Knobloch, UlrikeP32
144Kocabicak, EceP4
145Kreibaum, MerleP44
146Kreimer, MargaretaP9
147Kricheli-Katz, TamarP42
148Krizkova, AlenaP17
149Kucera, DavidP69
150Kulatunga, SasiniP34
151Kulshreshtha, ArundhatiP38
152Kumayasu, KimieP55
153Kurowska, AnnaP17
154Lafuente Funes, SaraP10
155Lamikanra, AnnaP32
156Langowski, JudithP63
157Lapniewska, ZofiaP3
158Leclaire, JoelleP30
159Lecoutere, ElsP8
160Lenze, JanaP68
161Li, CherP42
162Liu, JingP8
163Lodhi, HaroonC28, P28, C40
164Lopez-Agudo, Luis AlejandroP57
165MacDonald, MarthaP33, P37
166Madurawala, Dona SunimaleeP38
167Magda, IgaP9
168Malapit, Hazel JeanP24, P52
169Malik, RidhiP35
170Marcenaro-Gutierrez, OscarP57
171Marenya, PaswelP8
172Martinez Restrepo, SusanaP58
173Martinez Serrano, María DoloresP32
174Masterson, ThomasP61
175May, Ann MariP18
176MAZHAR, AISHAP12
177Mburu, PeterP7
178McCrate, ElaineP9
179McLean, CaitlinP20
180Meier zu Selhausen, FelixP49
181Metcalfe, BeverlyD15
182Meurs, MiekeP36
183Mgalamadzi, LovenessP7
184Minguez-Vera, AntonioP70
185Mishra, PadmajaP6
186Molina, NuriaP2
187Molyneux, MaxineP53
188Mora Rodriguez, Jhon JamesP57
189Moreno, RenataP68
190Moylan, HeatherP62
191Mueller, UlrikeP6
192Murray-Close, MartaP20
193MUSIIMENTA, PEACEP29
194Najjar, DinaP20
195Nakahara, TomokoP55
196Narciso, VandaP62
197Natile, SerenaP58
198Nesbitt-Ahmed, ZahrahC2
199Newhouse, RachelP67
200Nyagaya, BillyP8
201Nyawo, VongaiD40
202O'Hagan, AngelaP26, P56
203Oduro, AbenaP60
204Oduro, AbenaP52
205Olmsted, JenniferP29
206Olsen, WendyC15, P15
207Orji, AnthonyP58
208Ortlieb, RenateP22
209Osch, TheraP12
210Osei-Akoto, IsaacP19
211Oster, JonathanP44
212Osterreich, ShaianneP69
213Ozar, SemsaC4
214Parish, SusanP65
215Park, ClaraP40
216Pavlidou, Nelly-EleniP64
217Périvier, HeleneP54
218Pearson, RuthP2
219Peinado, PatriciaP14
220Pereyra, FranciscaP59
221Perez Orozco, AmaiaP35
222Perez-Fragoso, LuciaP50
223Perrin, FaustineP49, P49
224Perrons, DianeP64
225Petit, EmmanuelP44
226Petratou, EiriniP14
227Picchio, AntonellaP26
228Pickbourn, LyndaP24
229Piorkowski, KristinaP65
230Ponthieux, SophieP54
231Posel, DorritP45
232Praetorius, InaP22
233Qi, LiangshuP45
234Raghavan, PriyaP2
235Raghavendra, SrinivasP68
236Ramnarain, SmitaP29
237Ramos-Jaimes, LauraP21
238Rao, SmritiP63
239Razavi, ShahrashoubC53
240Regev, TaliP18
241Rijpma, AukeP49, P49
242Rodgers, YanaP1
243Rodríguez-Enríquez, CorinaP23, P25
244Roldan Davila, GenovevaC39, P39
245Romeu Gordo, LauraP63
246Roncolato, LeanneP43
247Ross, SusanneP16
248Rosselli, AnnalisaP56
249Rossouw, LauraP10
250Rost, LuciaP2
251Rubery, JillP23
252Rudolf, RobertP21
253Ruminska-Zimny, EwaP41
254Ruwanpura, KanchanaP69
255Saave, AnnaP22
256Sagebiel, FelizitasP46
257Saldana, LuciaP35
258Salvador, MaríaP50
259Sánchez, VictoriaP18
260Schaefer, DorotheaP48
261Schaefer, AndreaP33
262Scheibmayr, IsabellaP63
263Schlager, ChristaP23, P26
264Schmitt, NormaP46
265Schneebaum, AlyssaP1
266Schoenpflug, KarinP1
267Schratzenstaller, MargitP48
268Schrooten, MechthildP33
269Seccareccia, MarioP30
270Serra, RenataP62
271Sharif, NajmaP57
272sharpe, RhondaP5
273Shin, Ki-youngP46
274Sigle, WendyP17
275Simón, NadimaP18
276Simo-Noguera, CarlesP21
277Sinha, SharmisthaP55
278Slavchevska, VanyaP36
279Souza, LuisaP34
280Spencer, PhoebeP6
281Steckley, MarylynnP40
282Stevano, SaraP24
283Stiefel, ElisabethP23, P26
284Strassmann, DianaP31, P51
285Strober, MyraP51
286Sugihashi, YayoiP20
287Suh, JooyeounP22
288Sunpuwan, MaleeP70
289Szelewa, DorotaP27
290Taheri, ElhamP34
291Tejani, ShebaP69
292Tekgüç, HasanP57
293Thapa, BanditaP59
294Todaro, RosalbaP44, P51
295Tsikata, DzodziP28
296Twyman, JenniferP8
297Uhde, ZuzanaP45
298Ullah, AKMP47
299Uppal, AnupamaP47
300Uysal, GokceP33
301Van Aelst, KatrienP6
302Vasconez, AlisonP50
303von Fintel, MarisaP13
304Vu, TienP11
305Weichselbaumer, DorisP33
306Weiss, SilvanaP18
307Widman, MaritP7
308Williams, MariamaP6
309Woldesenbet, TrufatP68
310Wrigley-Asante, CharlotteP34
311YAMADA, KazuyoP55
312Yamamoto, YumikoC38, P38
313Yang, YuanP32
314Young, BrigitteP23, P48
315YUCEL, YELDAP4
316Zachorowska-Mazurkiewicz, AnnaP27, P61
317Zbyszewska, AniaP2
318Zhou, JingP62

 

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