IAFFE 2011 ANNUAL CONFERENCE

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#Date/TimeLocationTypeTitlePapers
1June 24, 2011
13:30-15:10
N/A invited A Roundtable on Gender, the Care Economy, and Public Policy0
2June 24, 2011
13:30-15:10
N/A invited Time Use and the Study of Gender - North and South3
3June 24, 2011
13:30-15:10
N/A contributed Gender, Migration, and Land in China4
4June 24, 2011
13:30-15:10
N/A contributed Sexuality and the State4
5June 24, 2011
13:30-15:10
N/A panel Gender and Intergenerational Transfers4
6June 24, 2011
13:30-15:10
N/A invited Gender Wage Gaps and Discrimination4
7June 24, 2011
13:30-15:10
N/A invited Gender, Land Tenure, and Land Policy4
8June 24, 2011
13:30-15:10
N/A contributed Financial, Social, and Human Capital4
9June 24, 2011
13:30-15:10
N/A contributed Impacts of the Global Economic Crisis4
10June 24, 2011
15:30-16:10
N/A invited Roundtable: Enhancing IAFFE's Vision in the 21st Century0
11June 24, 2011
15:30-17:10
N/A panel Gender Inequality and Post-Secondary Education4
12June 24, 2011
15:30-17:10
N/A contributed Informal Employment in Asia4
13June 24, 2011
15:30-17:10
N/A panel Gender, Culture, and Institutions4
14June 24, 2011
15:30-17:10
N/A panel Gender, the Global Financial Crisis, and Policy Responses4
15June 24, 2011
15:30-17:10
N/A contributed Gender and Public Policy4
16June 24, 2011
15:30-17:10
N/A contributed Employment Policies and Women's Work4
17June 24, 2011
15:30-17:10
N/A invited Migration and Marriage4
18June 24, 2011
15:30-17:10
N/A contributed Welfare Regimes and Care Policies4
19June 25, 2011
9:00-10:40
N/A invited Roundtable on IAFFE and the Chinese Women's Network: Research Mentoring and Policy Advocacy0
20June 25, 2011
9:00-10:40
N/A contributed Historical Perspectives on Gender and Economics4
21June 25, 2011
9:00-10:40
N/A invited Roundtable on Sexuality and the Economy0
22June 25, 2011
9:00-10:40
N/A invited Migration Experiences of Women4
23June 25, 2011
9:00-10:40
N/A invited Mobility as a Survival Strategy I5
24June 25, 2011
9:00-10:40
N/A invited Gender, Poverty, and Inequality4
25June 25, 2011
9:00-10:40
N/A contributed Gender and Livelihoods4
26June 25, 2011
9:00-10:40
N/A invited Macroeconomics and Well-Being4
27June 25, 2011
9:00-10:40
N/A invited Patterns of Caregiving4
28June 25, 2011
11:00-12:40
N/A panel A Discussion on the World Bank World Development Report 20120
29June 25, 2011
11:00-12:40
N/A invited Indian Feminist Perspectives in the Aftermath of the Global Economic Crisis4
30June 25, 2011
11:00-12:40
N/A invited Gender and Development: Where are We Now?4
31June 25, 2011
11:00-12:40
N/A invited Mobility as a Survival Strategy II4
32June 25, 2011
11:00-12:40
N/A contributed Time-Use Analyses4
33June 25, 2011
11:00-12:40
N/A contributed Gender Analysis in the Formulation of Public Policies4
34June 25, 2011
11:00-12:40
N/A contributed Reproductive Rights and Government Policy4
35June 25, 2011
11:00-12:40
N/A invited Employment and Unpaid Care: Interrelated Outcomes4
36June 25, 2011
11:00-12:40
N/A invited New Thinking in Feminist Economics I3
37June 25, 2011
14:20-16:00
N/A contributed Roundtable on the Post-Global Economic Crisis: Feminist Activists in the Global South Assess Impacts and Possible Action Paths1
38June 25, 2011
14:20-16:00
N/A contributed Gendered Segregation in Labor Markets4
39June 25, 2011
14:20-16:00
N/A invited New Thinking in Feminist Economics II3
40June 25, 2011
14:20-16:00
N/A invited New Feminist Thinking on the Environment4
41June 25, 2011
14:20-16:00
N/A invited Industry-Level Analyses of Gendered Employment4
42June 25, 2011
14:20-16:00
N/A invited Gender, Justice, and Macro-Level Policies4
43June 25, 2011
14:20-16:00
N/A invited Impact of Economic Change on Gender Relations and Equality4
44June 25, 2011
14:20-16:00
N/A invited Roads to Empowerment4
45June 25, 2011
14:20-16:00
N/A invited Women, Work, and Dowry in Contemporary India4
46June 25, 2011
14:20-16:00
N/A invited Feminist Critiques, Policy Alternatives, and Alternatives to an Economy in Crisis2
47June 25, 2011
16:20-18:00
N/A contributed Gender and Paid Domestic Labor4
48June 25, 2011
16:20-18:00
N/A contributed Policy-Oriented Research in Gender Economics: Case Studies from the Philippines4
49June 25, 2011
16:20-18:00
N/A invited Roundtable: Writing Scholarly Articles and Publishing in Feminist Economics4
50June 25, 2011
16:20-18:00
N/A invited Roundtable: What Types of Work Can We Call Feminist Economics?0
51June 25, 2011
16:20-18:00
N/A invited Emerging Gender and Land Issues In Africa4
52June 25, 2011
16:20-18:00
N/A panel Human and Social Capital 4
53June 25, 2011
16:20-18:00
N/A contributed Social and Physical Infrastructure and Gender4
54June 25, 2011
16:20-18:00
N/A invited Assessments of Well-Being and Fertility4
55June 26, 2011
8:30-10:10
N/A invited Roundtable: Sexuality, AIDS, and the Economy0
56June 26, 2011
8:30-10:00
N/A invited Food Insecurity and Nutrition4
57June 26, 2011
9:00-10:40
N/A contributed Activist Scholarship and its Contributions to Deliberative Democracy in Global Economic Governance3
58June 26, 2011
9:00-10:40
N/A invited Economic and Environmental Crisis and Change: Gender-Aware Approaches4
59June 26, 2011
9:00-10:40
N/A invited Care Work and Care Markets4
60June 26, 2011
9:00-10:40
N/A invited Gender and Economic Security4
61June 26, 2011
9:00-10:40
N/A invited Women as Managers and Entrepreneurs4
62June 26, 2011
9:00-10:40
N/A invited Bargaining Power and Distribution4
 

62 sessions, 212 papers


 

IAFFE 2011 ANNUAL CONFERENCE

Complete List of All Sessions

  

Session 1: A Roundtable on Gender, the Care Economy, and Public Policy

Session Chair: Xiao-ying Zheng, Peking University
Session type: invited
Date: June 24, 2011
Time: 13:30 - 15:10
 

Discussants:
     1 Susan Himmelweit, Open University
     2 Indira Hirway, Centre for Development Alternatives
     3 Bohong Liu, Women's Studies Institute of China
     4 Huiying Liu, China Central Party School
     5 Wei Liu, China Statistical Bureau
  

Session 2: Time Use and the Study of Gender - North and South

Session Chair: Michael Bittman, University of New England
Session type: invited
Date: June 24, 2011
Time: 13:30 - 15:10
 

1. Time Poverty: A Contributor to Women’s Poverty?
    Presented by: Omar Abdourahman, Economic Commission for Africa(UNECA)
   Discussant:   Omar Abdourahman, Economic Commission for Africa(UNECA)
 

2. Exploring the Policy Link: Time-Use Surveys as Tools for Sectoral Policy
    Presented by: Masaya Llavaneras Blanco, Universidad Central de Venezuela
   Discussant:   Masaya Llavaneras Blanco, Universidad Central de Venezuela
 

3. Gender, Time Use, and Stress
    Presented by: William Michelson, University of Toronto
   Discussant:   William Michelson, University of Toronto
  

Session 3: Gender, Migration, and Land in China

Session Chair: Gale Summerfield, Univ. of Illinois
Session type: contributed
Date: June 24, 2011
Time: 13:30 - 15:10
 

1. Analysis on the Current Situation of Training and Training Need for Migrant Women in China
    Presented by: Yan Zhang, Chinese Academy of Social Science
 

2. Gender, Socioeconomic Differences, and Migrants’ Land Rights: A Case Study in Rural Northern Liaoning
    Presented by: Gale Summerfield, Univ. of Illinois
 

3. Labour Migration and Time Use Patterns of the Left-Behind Children and Elderly in Rural China
    Presented by: Hongqin Chang, Taiyuan University of Technology
 

4. Mothers’ Employment and Childcare Choices of Migrant Families: Evidence from Beijing
    Presented by: Yuan Na, The Advanced Training Center/Management School of the State Grid
  

Session 4: Sexuality and the State

Session Chair: Karin Schoenpflug, IHS Vienna
Session type: contributed
Date: June 24, 2011
Time: 13:30 - 15:10
 

1. Sexing Economy: Gender and Desire between Labor/Exploitation and Consumption/Choice
    Presented by: S Charusheela, University of Washington, Bothell
 

2. The United Nations and the Postwar Heteronorm
    Presented by: Colin Danby, University of Washington, Bothell
 

3. Body Blues: Representations of Dalit Male Bodies in Colonial India
    Presented by: Charu Gupta, Delhi University
 

4. LGB Data Project Europe
    Presented by: Karin Schoenpflug, IHS Vienna
  

Session 5: Gender and Intergenerational Transfers

Session Chair: Ellen Mutari, Richard Stockton College of NJ
Session type: panel
Date: June 24, 2011
Time: 13:30 - 15:10
 

Discussants:
     1 Elisabetta Magnani, University of New South Wales
     2 Xinxin Chen, Zhejiang Gongshang University
     3 Pingping Gu, 浙江工商大学
     4 Peng Zhou, Macquarie University
  

Session 6: Gender Wage Gaps and Discrimination

Session Chair: Linda Lucas, University of South Florida
Session type: invited
Date: June 24, 2011
Time: 13:30 - 15:10
 

1. Determinants of Women Garment Workers' Wages - A Case Study of Nepal
    Presented by: Yumiko Yamamoto, UNDP Asia-Pacific Regional Centre
 

2. New Estimator for Wage Discrimination between Two Groups
    Presented by: Li Jiang, Zhejiang University
 

3. Gender Wage Gaps in Argentina and How Collective Agreements Could Reduce Them
    Presented by: Lucía Tumini, Ministerio de Trabajo, Empleo y Segurida Social
 

4. Causal Effects of Occupational Gender Segregation on Wages
    Presented by: Jenny Clarhäll,
  

Session 7: Gender, Land Tenure, and Land Policy

Session Chair: Bina Agarwal, Institute of Economic Growth
Session type: invited
Date: June 24, 2011
Time: 13:30 - 15:10
 

1. Impact of the Malagasy Land Tenure Reform on Womens’ Access to Secure Land Rights
    Presented by: Marit Widman, Swedish University of Agricultural Science
 

2. Gendered Pattern of Land Ownership: A Case Study of Kanchanaburi Province, Thailand
    Presented by: Malee Sunpuwan, Mahidol Uiversity
 

3. Examining Women’s Engagement with Land Structures at Local Government Level: A Case of Mukono District.
    Presented by: Jackline Kirungi, Makerere University
 

4. National Land Policy and Small Scale Farmers’ (SSFs) Land Rights in Nakasongola District
    Presented by: Judith Ikiring, Send a Cow Uganda
  

Session 8: Financial, Social, and Human Capital

Session Chair: Yunxian Wang, Shanghai Academy of Social Sciences
Session type: contributed
Date: June 24, 2011
Time: 13:30 - 15:10
 

1. Being Patient with Microfinance: The Impact of Training on Indian Self Help Groups
    Presented by: Ranjula Bali Swain, Uppsala University
 

2. The Effect of Nutritional Enhancement Program for Primary-School Students in Poverty-Stricken Areas of China
    Presented by: Liangshu Qi, Tsinghua University
 

3. Participation in Social Insurance Programmes: A Gender Perspective from the Mauritian Context
    Presented by: Taruna Ramessur, University of Mauritius, Mauritius
 

4. Conditional Cash Transfer Programs and Gender Equity: Are They an Advance or a Setback for Latin American Women?
    Presented by: Corina Rodríguez-Enríquez, Conicet - Ciepp
  

Session 9: Impacts of the Global Economic Crisis

Session Chair: Sasini Kulatunga, University of Colombo
Session type: contributed
Date: June 24, 2011
Time: 13:30 - 15:10
 

1. Impact of Global Financial Crisis on Gender and Poverty
    Presented by: Santosh Nandal, Maharshi Dayanan University
 

2. Who Pays for the Crisis in Eastern European “New Capitalism”? Case of Poland
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    Presented by: Maria Skora, Wroclaw University of Economics
 

3. Impacts of the Global Economic Crisis on Women in the Non-Profit Sector: The Case of Paid and Unpaid AIDS Care Work
    Presented by: Olagoke Akintola, University of KwaZuluNatal
 

4. Financial Crises and Its Impact on the U.S. Labor Market: A Gender Perspective
    Presented by: Fahima Aziz, Hamline University
  

Session 10: Roundtable: Enhancing IAFFE's Vision in the 21st Century

Session Chair: V. Eudine Barriteau, University of the West Indies
Session type: invited
Date: June 24, 2011
Time: 15:30 - 16:10
 

Discussants:
     1 Radhika Balakrishnan, Rutgers University
     2 Corina Rodríguez-Enríquez, Conicet - Ciepp
     3 M.V. Lee Badgett, University of Mass, Amherst
     4 Martha MacDonald, Saint Mary's University
  

Session 11: Gender Inequality and Post-Secondary Education

Session Chair: Xinxin Chen, Zhejiang Gongshang University
Session type: panel
Date: June 24, 2011
Time: 15:30 - 17:10
 

Discussants:
     1 Carol Frances, Claremont Graduate University
     2 Shanshan Chang, Zhejiang Gongshang University
     3 Lois Joy, Education Development Center
     4 Zhenhui Qu, Hunan Women University
  

Session 12: Informal Employment in Asia

Session Chair: Lourdes Beneria,
Session type: contributed
Date: June 24, 2011
Time: 15:30 - 17:10
 

1. Gender, Selectivity, and the Rise of Informal Employment in Urban China
    Presented by: Ni Yuan, China Youth University for Political Sciences
 

2. Informal Sector Gender Wage Gaps: A Longitudinal Analysis for the Korean Labor Market
    Presented by: Donghun Cho, Hallym University
 

3. Determinants of Women’s Work in Rural India: Examining Links between Agrarian Distress and Feminisation of Low Productive Employment
    Presented by: Sona Mitra, NIPFP
 

4. Transactions-Cost Approach to Brothel Based Sex Work: Case of GB Road, New Delhi
    Presented by: Neha Hui, -
  

Session 13: Gender, Culture, and Institutions

Session Chair: Bina Agarwal, Institute of Economic Growth
Session type: panel
Date: June 24, 2011
Time: 15:30 - 17:10
 

Discussants:
     1 Ela Callorda Fossati, University of Bordeaux
     2 Isin Ertugrul Yilmazer, Uludag University
     3 Sarojini Naidoo, University of KwaZulu Natal, South Afric
     4 Weiwei Ren, The university of Western Australia
  

Session 14: Gender, the Global Financial Crisis, and Policy Responses

Session Chair: Diana Alarcon, United Nations
Session type: panel
Date: June 24, 2011
Time: 15:30 - 17:10
 

Discussants:
     1 Yuan Feng, Jing-jin Facilitator's Group for GAD
     2 Annapurna Pandey, University of California, Santa Cruz
     3 Ghulam Khoso, Area Study Centre
     4 Julie Nelson, University of Massachusetts, Boston
  

Session 15: Gender and Public Policy

Session Chair: Tae Hee Hong, Chosun University
Session type: contributed
Date: June 24, 2011
Time: 15:30 - 17:10
 

1. Investment Climate Reform for Women Entrepreneurs in South Asia: Issues and Methods
    Presented by: Meena Acharya, Tanka Prasad Acharya Memorial Foundation
 

2. Gender-Sensitive Public Policies: Between Aspirations and Realities in the European Union
    Presented by: Diane Perrons, London School of Economics
 

3. Policy Pathway to Gender-Responsive Budgeting in Japan
    Presented by: Yasuko Muramatsu, Tokyo Woman's Christian University
 

4. How to Address the Gender Impact of Trade: The Action Research Practice in China
    Presented by: Pin Lu, Gender and Development Network in China
  

Session 16: Employment Policies and Women's Work

Session Chair: Shaianne Osterreich, Ithaca College
Session type: contributed
Date: June 24, 2011
Time: 15:30 - 17:10
 

1. Employment Guarantee: A Critical Component of Full Employment Strategy in Developing Countries
    Presented by: Indira Hirway, Centre for Development Alternatives
 

2. Employment Guarantee and Women's Empowerment in Rural India: Assessing Institutional and Governance Needs
    Presented by: Amrita Chatterjee, South Asian Forum for Environment
 

3. Women and Work in the Uganda Macroeconomy: A Structural and Legislative Analysis
    Presented by: Linda Lucas, University of South Florida
 

4. Women's Employment and Wages in Europe: Does Parental Leave Matter?
    Presented by: Nora Reich, Hamburg Institute of International Econo
  

Session 17: Migration and Marriage

Session Chair: Tahreer Araj, University of Illinois
Session type: invited
Date: June 24, 2011
Time: 15:30 - 17:10
 

1. The Impact of Migration on Marital Instability: Evidence from China
    Presented by: Fenglian Du, Inner Mongolia University
 

2. On Gender Issues Relative to Asian Marriage Migrants – Comparative Research between Cases in Japan and Taiwan
    Presented by: Hongfang Hao, Kyoto University
 

3. Development, Marriage and Migration: Understanding the Dynamics of Filipina Marriage Migrants’ Agency in Aotearoa, New Zealand
    Presented by: Eunica Anna Aure, Victoria University of Wellington
 

4. Solution for the Care Crisis: Marriage Migration vs Labor Migration?
    Presented by: Hyunok Lee, Cornell University
  

Session 18: Welfare Regimes and Care Policies

Session Chair: Roujman Shahbazian, Lund University
Session type: contributed
Date: June 24, 2011
Time: 15:30 - 17:10
 

1. The Effects of Policies of Different Welfare Regimes on Intra-Household Inequalities
    Presented by: Susan Himmelweit, Open University
 

2. Reconfiguring the Male Breadwinner Gender Regime: Workplace and Industrial Relations Policies in Australia under Julia Gillard’s Labor Government
    Presented by: Ray Broomhill, University of Adelaide
 

3. Household Work-Family Balance Strategies and Gendered Time In/equity in Australia
    Presented by: Lyn Craig, University of New South Wales
 

4. Care Policies, An Important Example of Gender-Sensitive Public Policies: The Case of Spanish Dependent Law
    Presented by: Paula Rodriguez-Modrono, University Pablo de Olavide
  

Session 19: Roundtable on IAFFE and the Chinese Women's Network: Research Mentoring and Policy Advocacy

Session Chair: Sarah Cook, UNRISD
Session type: invited
Date: June 25, 2011
Time: 9:00 - 10:40
 

Discussants:
     1 Stephanie Seguino, University of Vermont
     2 Xiao-yuan Dong, University of Winnipeg
     3 Kathleen Hartford, Ford Foundation
     4 Yaohui Zhao, Peking University
     5 Diana Strassmann, Rice University
  

Session 20: Historical Perspectives on Gender and Economics

Session Chair: Colin Danby, University of Washington, Bothell
Session type: contributed
Date: June 25, 2011
Time: 9:00 - 10:40
 

1. The Gender Order in the Oligarchical Argentine (1880-1930)
    Presented by: Silvia Berger, FLACSO Argentina (Facultad Latinoamericana de Ciencias Sociales)
 

2. Biography of Virginia Penny, an Early American Feminist Economist
    Presented by: Susan Gensemer, Syracuse University
 

3. Beyond the Domestic Labour Debate: Establishing a New Conceptual Framework to Analyse Domestic Labour
    Presented by: Ece Kocabicak, Lancaster University
 

4. The Private is Political (Economy) !
    Presented by: Carlo D'Ippoliti, Sapienza University of Rome
  

Session 21: Roundtable on Sexuality and the Economy

Session Chair: Susie Jolly, Ford Foundation
Session type: invited
Date: June 25, 2011
Time: 9:00 - 10:40
 

Discussants:
     1 Akua Britwum, University of Cape Coast, Ghana
     2 Anne Marie Kristine Lim, GALANG (Philippines)
     3 M.V. Lee Badgett, University of Mass, Amherst
     4 Liu Yang, Shanghai University of Political Science and Law
  

Session 22: Migration Experiences of Women

Session Chair: Rahab Mbugua, Nairobi University
Session type: invited
Date: June 25, 2011
Time: 9:00 - 10:40
 

1. Migration and Domestic Work: the Case of Latin-American Women in Cataluña
    Presented by: Alejandra M Sotomayor, Universidad Autonoma Metropolitana-Iztap
 

2. International Migration: A Case of Chinese Immigrant Women in Ireland
    Presented by: Jun Ni, Dublin City University, Ireland
 

3. Mother’s Land and Others’ Land: ‘Stolen’ Youth of Returned Female Migrants
    Presented by: AKM Ullah, Centre for Migration and Refugee Studies
 

4. Victims of Human Trafficking in Sri Lanka: Narratives of Women, Children and Youth
    Presented by: Rajith Lakshman, University of Colombo
  

Session 23: Mobility as a Survival Strategy I

Session Chair: Taruna Ramessur, University of Mauritius, Mauritius
Session type: invited
Date: June 25, 2011
Time: 9:00 - 10:40
 

1. Mobility as Strategies for Survival: Case of Ethnic Groups in Northern Laos
    Presented by: Kyoko Kusakabe, Asian Institute of Technology
 

2. Migration Within the Soligas Community as a Livelihood Coping Strategy and its Gender Implications
    Presented by: Anitha Venkatesh, Asian Institute of Technology
 

3. Gendered Mobility of Ethnic Groups in the Economic Expansion in Yunnan, China
    Presented by: Yunxian Wang, Shanghai Academy of Social Sciences
 

4. Mobility of Tribal Populations for Livelihoods Sustenance: A Gender Perspective from Odisha, India
    Presented by: Smita Mishra Panda, Human Development Foundation
 

5. Gendered Mobility and Livelihoods of Indigenous People: The Case of the Veddas in Sri Lanka.
    Presented by: Ragnhild Lund, Norwegian U of Science and Technology
  

Session 24: Gender, Poverty, and Inequality

Session Chair: Hyunok Lee, Cornell University
Session type: invited
Date: June 25, 2011
Time: 9:00 - 10:40
 

1. Subjective Poverty through the Lenses of Gender and Ethnicity: The Case of Mardin-Turkey
    Presented by: Ummuhan Gokovali Medettin, Mugla University
 

2. Income Mobility of Household in Poverty Areas: A Case of Poverty Counties in Gansu Province, China
    Presented by: Yu Min, Peking University
 

3. Gender and the Transmission of Lifetime Inequality: An Empirical Analysis of Micro-Data from Diverse “Worlds of Welfare Capitalism”
    Presented by: Antigone Lyberaki, Panteion University of Social and Politi
 

4. Understanding Inter-Group Economic Stratification: The Case of War Widow-Headed Households in Eastern Sri Lanka
    Presented by: Sasini Kulatunga, University of Colombo
  

Session 25: Gender and Livelihoods

Session Chair: Hongqin Chang, Taiyuan University of Technology
Session type: contributed
Date: June 25, 2011
Time: 9:00 - 10:40
 

1. Gendered Impact of Rural Livelihood Development Interventions—A Case Study from Sri Lanka through a Longitudinal Lens.
    Presented by: Maneka Jayasinghe, Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy
 

2. Fragility and Finance in a Changing Labour Market: A Case Study of Gendered Access to Capitals in a Rural Chinese Context
    Presented by: Shailaja Fennell, University of Cambridge
 

3. Conceptualizing Women's Work: The Cultural Economy of Weaving
    Presented by: Maria Helen Dayo, University of the Philippines Los Banos
 

4. A Characterization of Horticultural Households from a Gender Perspective: Elaborative Description of Data
    Presented by: Aïfa Ndoye Niane, Initiative Prospective Agricole et Rural (IPAR)
  

Session 26: Macroeconomics and Well-Being

Session Chair: Bina Pradhan, SEN Co
Session type: invited
Date: June 25, 2011
Time: 9:00 - 10:40
 

1. Gender as a Macroeconomic Variable
    Presented by: Irene van Staveren, ISS
 

2. Neoliberal Development Macroeconomics: A Consideration of its Gendered Employment Effects
    Presented by: Elissa Braunstein, Colorado State University
 

3. Fiscal and Monetary Policy and Human Rights in the US
    Presented by: Radhika Balakrishnan, Rutgers University
 

4. Employment of Women: An Issue of Capability Development
    Presented by: Krishna Kant Jha, C.M.College
  

Session 27: Patterns of Caregiving

Session Chair: Alicia Girón, UNAM
Session type: invited
Date: June 25, 2011
Time: 9:00 - 10:40
 

1. Ethno-Religious Effects on Hui Nationality Female Members' Socialization Process
    Presented by: Shan Shan, Renmin University of China
 

2. Notes on the Dynamics of Households, Care Services, and Feminist Economics
    Presented by: Vivianne Ventura-Dias, LATN
 

3. Global Care Chains and Implications for the Exercise of the Rights of Nicaraguan Migrant Women
    Presented by: Rebeca Centeno Orozco, Programa de las Naciones Unidas para el Desarrollo
 

4. Domestic Service and Social Organization of Care in Chile: Continuity and Change
    Presented by: Rosalba Todaro, Centro de Estudios de la Mujer
  

Session 28: A Discussion on the World Bank World Development Report 2012

Session Chair: Caren Grown, American University
Session type: panel
Date: June 25, 2011
Time: 11:00 - 12:40
 

Discussants:
     1 Carolina Sanchez-Paromo, World Bank
     2 Andrew Mason, World Bank
     3 Luis Benveniste, World Bank
     4 Diane Elson, University of Essex
     5 Xiao-yuan Dong, University of Winnipeg
     6 Corina Rodríguez-Enríquez, Conicet - Ciepp
  

Session 29: Indian Feminist Perspectives in the Aftermath of the Global Economic Crisis

Session Chair: Ilina Sen, MG International Hindi University
Session type: invited
Date: June 25, 2011
Time: 11:00 - 12:40
 

1. Contesting Development Paradigms and Survival Struggles in Central India
    Presented by: Ilina Sen, MG International Hindi University
 

2. Locating Ourselves Differently
    Presented by: Devaki Jain, National Institute Of Advanced Studies
 

3. Dalit Women In Alliance Politics In the Context of Changing Notions of Citizenship and Entitlements
    Presented by: Meera Velayudhan, Centre for Environment & Social Concerns
 

4. The Femme Factor and the Poverty Issue in India - a Socio-Economic and Cultural Perspective
    Presented by: Monica Das, Delhi University
  

Session 30: Gender and Development: Where are We Now?

Session Chair: Gunseli Berik, University of Utah
Session type: invited
Date: June 25, 2011
Time: 11:00 - 12:40
 

1. Gender, Globalization, Development: Theoretical Frameworks
    Presented by: Lourdes Beneria,
 

2. Revisiting the Meanings and Debates around Unpaid and Paid Work
    Presented by: Maria Floro, American University
 

3. Revisiting Debates Around Gender and Trade
    Presented by: Gunseli Berik, University of Utah
 

4. Another Financial Crisis: Microcredits, the Financialisation of Everyday Life and the Feminisation of Indebtedness in India
    Presented by: Christa Wichterich, WIDE
  

Session 31: Mobility as a Survival Strategy II

Session Chair: Fenglian Du, Inner Mongolia University
Session type: invited
Date: June 25, 2011
Time: 11:00 - 12:40
 

1. Migration and Gender within Indigneous Communities in Bangladesh
    Presented by: Farida Khan, University of Wisconsin - Parkside
 

2. Labour Migration and Mobility in Newfoundland, Canada: Social Transformation and Gender in Three Rural Areas
    Presented by: Martha MacDonald, Saint Mary's University
 

3. Gender Differential Migration And The AIDS Epidemic
    Presented by: Ilhan Ozen, Middle Eastern Technical University
 

4. The Unpaid Labor of Houston’s Early Chinese American Immigrant Women
    Presented by: Anne Chao, Rice University
  

Session 32: Time-Use Analyses

Session Chair: Ranjula Bali Swain, Uppsala University
Session type: contributed
Date: June 25, 2011
Time: 11:00 - 12:40
 

1. Parental Care and Married Women’s Labor Time Allocation in Rural China
    Presented by: Lan Liu, Peking University
 

2. Degree of Substitutability in the Household Production Model: Evidence from Time-Use Data in Eight Countries
    Presented by: Mohammad Sepahvand, Uppsala University
 

3. Parent Time Investment in Cognitive and Non-Cognitive Childcare Activities: Evidence from Time-Use Data in Five Countries
    Presented by: Roujman Shahbazian, Lund University
 

4. Changes in Parental Time: Korean Experiences in 1999-2009
    Presented by: Jayoung Yoon, Korea Labor Institute
  

Session 33: Gender Analysis in the Formulation of Public Policies

Session Chair: Marit Widman, Swedish University of Agricultural Science
Session type: contributed
Date: June 25, 2011
Time: 11:00 - 12:40
 

1. Rethinking Social Policy and Costs of Motherhood
    Presented by: Michael Bittman, University of New England
 

2. Informal Work and Social Expenditure Across Italian Regions: How To Exit Poverty Traps?
    Presented by: Mita Marra, University of Salerno
 

3. Governance Reforms and Diverse Gender Identities in India: Moving Beyond Institutional Transplants
    Presented by: Ulrike Mueller, Humboldt University Berlin
 

4. Gender Responsive Budgeting Process Index (GRBPI): A Methodology for Monitoring Institutional Capacity to Undertake Gender Responsive Budgeting
    Presented by: Margarita Ozonas Marcos, UNIFEM
  

Session 34: Reproductive Rights and Government Policy

Session Chair: Janet Olusi, Obafemi Awolowo Univeristy
Session type: contributed
Date: June 25, 2011
Time: 11:00 - 12:40
 

1. 'A Big, Big Sister with a Little, Little Brother': Reproductive Politics and Socioeconomic Differentiations in Postsocialist Rural China
    Presented by: Junjie Chen, Univ. of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
 

2. The Construction of Double Burden in Post-Mao China: Feminist Analysis on “Children Project”
    Presented by: Fumie Ohashi, JSPS
 

3. Changes in the Determinants of the Implied Completed Fertility Rate: The Impact of the Introduction of a Government Provided Baby Bonus
    Presented by: Elisa Rose Birch, University of Western Australia
 

4. Engendering the Theory of Market Socialism: The “Logic” of Market Incentives and Family Policy
    Presented by: Barbara Hopkins, Wright State University
  

Session 35: Employment and Unpaid Care: Interrelated Outcomes

Session Chair: Maria Helen Dayo, University of the Philippines Los Banos
Session type: invited
Date: June 25, 2011
Time: 11:00 - 12:40
 

1. Women's Employment and Children's Nutritional Status: New Evidence from Asia
    Presented by: Yana van der Meulen Rodgers,
 

2. The Dynamics of Work and Care in the Indian Information Technology Enabled Services (ITES) Sector.
    Presented by: Elizabeth Hill, University of Sydney
 

3. The Challenges of Working and Caring in Australia
    Presented by: Reina Ichii, RMIT University
 

4. Work-Related Health Problems among Couples with Child(ren) and Their Effects on Absenteeism – A Gender-Based Analysis
    Presented by: Csilla Sebok, Hungarian Central Statistical Office
  

Session 36: New Thinking in Feminist Economics I

Session Chair: Diana Strassmann, Rice University
Session type: invited
Date: June 25, 2011
Time: 11:00 - 12:40
 

1. The Food Security Problem of Africa: Some Multi-Dimensional Issues and Gender-Aware Policy Thrusts
    Presented by: Tomilayo Adekanye, Babcock University, Nigeria
   Discussant:   Irene van Staveren, ISS
 

2. Reorienting the European Union Gender Architecture: perspective from new member countries
    Presented by: Ewa Ruminska-Zimny, Warsaw School of Economics
   Discussant:   Marjorie Cohen, Simon Fraser University
 

3. Gender in Agricultural Technology Extension Policy in China
    Presented by: Juanwen Yuan, Guizhou College of Finance and Economics
   Discussant:   Gale Summerfield, Univ. of Illinois
  

Session 37: Roundtable on the Post-Global Economic Crisis: Feminist Activists in the Global South Assess Impacts and Possible Action Paths

Session Chair: Diane Elson, University of Essex
Session type: contributed
Date: June 25, 2011
Time: 14:20 - 16:00
 

1. The evolving dynamics of global economic power in the post crisis world the need for feminist economists to chart out a new economics
    Presented by: Devaki Jain, The National Institute of Advanced Studies (NIAS)
 

Discussants:
     1 Yassine Fall, African Women's Millennium Initiative
     2 Diane Elson, University of Essex
     3 Devaki Jain, The National Institute of Advanced Studies (NIAS)
     4 Kavita Ramdas, Global Fund for Women/Stanford University
  

Session 38: Gendered Segregation in Labor Markets

Session Chair: Indira Hirway, Centre for Development Alternatives
Session type: contributed
Date: June 25, 2011
Time: 14:20 - 16:00
 

1. To What Extent Can Disparities in Compositional and Structural Factors Account for the Gender Gap in Unemployment in the Urban Areas of Kenya
    Presented by: Rose Wamuthenya, Nascent RDO Nairobi
 

2. Global Feminization? Industrial Upgrading, Sex Segmentation, and Manufacturing Employment in Developing Countries
    Presented by: Sheba Tejani, New School for Social Research
 

3. Indonesian Exports and Gender: Where is the Path to Decent Work?
    Presented by: Shaianne Osterreich, Ithaca College
 

4. Industrial Development and Gender Segregation: Evidence from China
    Presented by: Johanna Rickne, Uppsala University
  

Session 39: New Thinking in Feminist Economics II

Session Chair: Gunseli Berik, University of Utah
Session type: invited
Date: June 25, 2011
Time: 14:20 - 16:00
 

1. Feminist Action with Respect to Economic Theory, Policies and Institutions for Women Workers in the Informal Employment in the Post-Economic Crisis: Lessons Learned from Indonesia
    Presented by: Hesti Wijaya, Brawijaya University
   Discussant:   Elizabeth Hill, University of Sydney
 

2. Global Financial Crisis and Women in an Oil Rich Economy: The Case of Nigeria
    Presented by: Rosemary Okoh, Delta State University, Nigeria
   Discussant:   Antigone Lyberaki, Panteion University of Social and Politi
 

3. Global Economic Crisis, Labor Migration and Development: Latino Male and Female Migration in the United States
    Presented by: Maria Consuelo Ahumada, Universidad Javeriana
   Discussant:   Elissa Braunstein, Colorado State University
  

Session 40: New Feminist Thinking on the Environment

Session Chair: Francesca Rita Cassisi, UN Women
Session type: invited
Date: June 25, 2011
Time: 14:20 - 16:00
 

1. Gender and Forest Conservation: Does Women's Presence Make a Difference?
    Presented by: Bina Agarwal, Institute of Economic Growth
 

2. Social Policy is Environmental Policy: Paid Work, Unpaid Care Work, Gender, and Ecology
    Presented by: Lynn Duggan, IAFFE
 

3. The Crises of Environment and Social Reproduction: Understanding their Linkages [Care of People and Care of the Environment: What Mainstream Economics Neglected]
    Presented by: Maria Floro, American University
 

4. Gender and Livelihood Diversification in a Socially Insecure and Environmentally-Challenged Nigr Delta Region, Nigeria.
    Presented by: Ekaete Udong, Centre for Agriculture and Rural Development, Nigeria/ PhD Student, Wageningen University
  

Session 41: Industry-Level Analyses of Gendered Employment

Session Chair: Ela Callorda Fossati, University of Bordeaux
Session type: invited
Date: June 25, 2011
Time: 14:20 - 16:00
 

1. Feminist Perspective on the Realignment of Clothing Production’s Stronghold by Japanese Multinational Corporations after the Global Financial Crisis: From a China Oriented Strategy to a China Plus One Strategy
    Presented by: Hanako Nagata, Ochanomizu university
 

2. Classified Women Labour in Neo-liberal Economy: Status of Women Handcraft Workers in Fair Trade Organizations of SAARC nations
    Presented by: Dipayan Dey, South Asian Forum for Environment
 

3. Gender, Institutions, Access to Finance and the Development of Small Scale Enterprises in Kenya: Lessons for the Global Economic Crisis
    Presented by: Rosemary Atieno, University of Nairobi
 

4. Employment in a Maturing Industry: The Impact of Cyclical and Secular Trends on Casino Job Quality
    Presented by: Ellen Mutari, Richard Stockton College of NJ
  

Session 42: Gender, Justice, and Macro-Level Policies

Session Chair: Linda Lucas, University of South Florida
Session type: invited
Date: June 25, 2011
Time: 14:20 - 16:00
 

1. Feminist Human Rights Approaches to Economic Policy: A Critical Analysis of the Work of the World Council of Churches
    Presented by: Pamela Brubaker, California Lutheran University
 

2. New Zealand and its Pacific Island Neighbours: New Zealand's Clean, Green, Social Justice and Women-Focused Image - Myth or Reality? Feminist and Ecological Critiques
    Presented by: Prue Hyman, Victoria University of Welllington, NZ
 

3. From Numbers to Change: The Experience of Women’s Caucus in Parliament in East Timor in Bringing About Gender-Sensitive Public Finance
    Presented by: Monica Costa, University of South Australia
 

4. Gender Perspective for a South-America Institutional and Public Spending Cooperation
    Presented by: Eugenia Correa, UNAM
  

Session 43: Impact of Economic Change on Gender Relations and Equality

Session Chair: Monica Das, Delhi University
Session type: invited
Date: June 25, 2011
Time: 14:20 - 16:00
 

1. Economic Development and Gender Relations in East Asia
    Presented by: Tae Hee Hong, Chosun University
 

2. Shadowed Memoirs: Gender and Production of Landscape in a Rural Kerala Region (India).
    Presented by: Saju S, SS University
 

3. Impact of Trade Liberalization and Global Crisis on Indian IT Sector: A Gender Analysis
    Presented by: Nirmala Velan, Pondicherry University
 

4. Gender Balancing through Doctrine of Equity as Safety Net in Financial Crisis: An Indian Perspective
    Presented by: Vrajlal Sapovadia, Shanti Business School
  

Session 44: Roads to Empowerment

Session Chair: Mita Marra, University of Salerno
Session type: invited
Date: June 25, 2011
Time: 14:20 - 16:00
 

1. Microfinance, Food Security and Women's Empowerment in Côte d'Ivoire
    Presented by: Namizata Binate Fofana, University of Cocody-Abidjan
 

2. Does the Knowledge of Women About Their Rights to Vote Affect Their Propensity to Vote in Village Elections?
    Presented by: Xiaopeng Pang, Renmin University of China
 

3. It Pays to Ask: The Role of Negotiations on Gender Inequality in Labor Market Involvement
    Presented by: Lei Lai, Tulane University
 

4. Sen’s Capability Approach, Institutionalized Power, and Empowerment
    Presented by: Lori Keleher, New Mexico State University
  

Session 45: Women, Work, and Dowry in Contemporary India

Session Chair: Eunica Anna Aure, Victoria University of Wellington
Session type: invited
Date: June 25, 2011
Time: 14:20 - 16:00
 

1. Women’s Work Participation in India Since the 1990s: Some Theoretical and Empirical Issues.
    Presented by: Jyotirmoy Sircar, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi
 

2. Born To Marry: The Political Economy of Dowry in India
    Presented by: Abhilasha Srivastava, American University
 

3. Unraveling the Mysteries of Gender Issues in the Production of Scientific Knowledge in Developing Countries. The Case of Chile
    Presented by: Bernardita Escobar, Universidad Diego Portales
 

4. Globalization and Casualisation of Women Labor in India
    Presented by: Lakkineni Mallaiah, Central University of Karnataka, Gulbarga
  

Session 46: Feminist Critiques, Policy Alternatives, and Alternatives to an Economy in Crisis

Session Chair: Natalie Raaber, The Association for Women's Rights in Development (AWID)
Session type: invited
Date: June 25, 2011
Time: 14:20 - 16:00
 

1. Impact of the global financial crisis on women in Central Asia
    Presented by: Nurgul Djanaeva, Forum of Women's NGOs of Kyrgyzstan
 

2. Feminist critiques, policy alternatives, and calls for systemic change to an economy in crisis
    Presented by: Natalie Raaber, The Association for Women's Rights in Development (AWID)
 

Discussants:
     1 Natalie Raaber, The Association for Women's Rights in Development (AWID)
     2 Nurgul Djanaeva, Forum of Women's NGOs of Kyrgyzstan
     3 Christa Wichterich, WIDE
     4 Radhika Balakrishnan, Rutgers University
  

Session 47: Gender and Paid Domestic Labor

Session Chair: Lanyan Chen,
Session type: contributed
Date: June 25, 2011
Time: 16:20 - 18:00
 

1. Paid Domestic Labour and Labour Standards in China
    Presented by: Xinying Hu, Simon Fraser University
 

2. Domestic Workers' Access to Social Security in Shanghai: A Case Study
    Presented by: Jufen Wang,
 

3. Decent Work: Work Like Any Other, Work Like No Other
    Presented by: Nelien Haspels, ILO
 

4. An Analysis of Domestic Workers Shortage in China
    Presented by: Lihua Xie, TheCulturalDevelopmentCentreforRuralWome
  

Session 48: Policy-Oriented Research in Gender Economics: Case Studies from the Philippines

Session Chair: Yumiko Yamamoto, UNDP Asia-Pacific Regional Centre
Session type: contributed
Date: June 25, 2011
Time: 16:20 - 18:00
 

1. Gender and Disability: The Case of the Philippines
    Presented by: Aubrey Tabuga, Phil. Institute for Development Studies
   Discussant:   Nathalie Verceles, University of the Philippines
 

2. Adaptation to Climate Change: Implications for the Well-Being of Women and Their Households
    Presented by: Ruth Batani, Institute of Social Research & Development
   Discussant:   Yumiko Yamamoto, UNDP Asia-Pacific Regional Centre
 

3. Making the Gender and Development (GAD) Budget Gender-Responsive at the LGU Level
    Presented by: Nathalie Verceles, University of the Philippines
   Discussant:   Josefa Francisco, Miriam College
 

4. Implications of Female Household Headship on Consumption Expenditure for Children's Welfare: Philippine Case
    Presented by: Natividad Bernardino, Miriam College
   Discussant:   Marina Durano, Universiti Sains Malaysia
  

Session 49: Roundtable: Writing Scholarly Articles and Publishing in Feminist Economics

Session Chair: Yana van der Meulen Rodgers,
Session type: invited
Date: June 25, 2011
Time: 16:20 - 18:00
 

1. Feminist Economics Research is More than Regressions with a Gender Dummy Variable
    Presented by: Xiao-yuan Dong, University of Winnipeg
 

2. Turning Research into an Article
    Presented by: Gunseli Berik, University of Utah
 

3. Preparing Papers for Submission to Feminist Economics and Other Scholarly Journals
    Presented by: Diana Strassmann, Rice University
 

4. Reporting and Presenting Statistical Results in Feminist Economics
    Presented by: Yana van der Meulen Rodgers,
  

Session 50: Roundtable: What Types of Work Can We Call Feminist Economics?

Session Chair: Elissa Braunstein, Colorado State University
Session type: invited
Date: June 25, 2011
Time: 16:20 - 18:00
 

Discussants:
     1 Radhika Balakrishnan, Rutgers University
     2 Diane Elson, University of Essex
     3 Caren Grown, American University
     4 James Heintz, University of Massachusetts-Amherst
     5 Stephanie Seguino, University of Vermont
  

Session 51: Emerging Gender and Land Issues In Africa

Session Chair: Aïfa Ndoye Niane, Initiative Prospective Agricole et Rural (IPAR)
Session type: invited
Date: June 25, 2011
Time: 16:20 - 18:00
 

1. Call for New Theories: Ecological Economics and Traditional Ecological Knowledge (TEK) to Analyze Sustainable Food Production
    Presented by: Carol Thompson, Northern Arizona University
 

2. Ugandan Women in the Formal Land Sector
    Presented by: Abby Sebina-Zziwa, Makerere University
 

3. The Impact of Large-Scale Land Acquisitions on Family Farming and Food Security in Mali and Senegal
    Presented by: Jeanne Koopman, Boston University
 

4. Women, Agriculture, and Sustainable Rural Development in Nigeria
    Presented by: Andrew Onwuemele, NISER
  

Session 52: Human and Social Capital

Session Chair: Sheba Tejani, New School for Social Research
Session type: panel
Date: June 25, 2011
Time: 16:20 - 18:00
 

Discussants:
     1 Jin Feng, Fudan University
     2 Liguiyan Li,
     3 Tang Wei, Zhejiang Gongshang University,China
     4 Yihong Jin, Nanjing Normal University
  

Session 53: Social and Physical Infrastructure and Gender

Session Chair: Antigone Lyberaki, Panteion University of Social and Politi
Session type: contributed
Date: June 25, 2011
Time: 16:20 - 18:00
 

1. Disaster-Induced Displacement and Gender: A Study on Four Villages in Weligama, Sri Lanka
    Presented by: Rajith Lakshman, University of Colombo
 

2. The Impact of Railroads on School Enrollment in Nineteenth Century America
    Presented by: Elisabeth Perlman, Boston University
 

3. Mothers’ Groups: Why are they Role Models in Conservation and Natural Resource Management?
    Presented by: Prabhakar Shrestha, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
 

4. Mainstreaming Gender Equality in Palestinian Cooperatives: Reality and Challenges
    Presented by: Tahreer Araj, University of Illinois
  

Session 54: Assessments of Well-Being and Fertility

Session Chair: Jayoung Yoon, Korea Labor Institute
Session type: invited
Date: June 25, 2011
Time: 16:20 - 18:00
 

1. Women’s Multiple-Partner Fertility in the United States: Prevalence, Correlates, and Trends, 1985-2008
    Presented by: Siobhan Reilly, Mills College
 

2. An Overview of Cambodian Women
    Presented by: Parveen Shah, Area Study Centre
 

3. Sexual Violence and Female Employment in Sub-Saharan Africa
    Presented by: Kade Finnoff, University of Massachusetts Boston
 

4. Women’s Multipartnered Fertility and the U.S. Criminal Justice System
    Presented by: Eirik Evenhouse, Mills College
  

Session 55: Roundtable: Sexuality, AIDS, and the Economy

Session Chair: Lanyan Chen,
Session type: invited
Date: June 26, 2011
Time: 8:30 - 10:10
 

Discussants:
     1 akshay khanna, Institute of Development Studies
     2 Huso Yi, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
     3 Susie Jolly, Ford Foundation
     4 Olagoke Akintola, University of KwaZuluNatal
     5 Ruixiang Guo, UNAIDS
     6 Bohong Liu, All China Women's Federation
     7 Jinling Wang, Institute of Sociology at the Academy of Social Sciences of Zhejiang
     8 Lanyan Chen,
  

Session 56: Food Insecurity and Nutrition

Session Chair: Kyoko Kusakabe, Asian Institute of Technology
Session type: invited
Date: June 26, 2011
Time: 8:30 - 10:00
 

1. “Land Grabbing” in Constrained Environment: Do Women in Uganda Have Enough Space for Food Security?
    Presented by: Milly Tebusabwa, Council for Economic Empowerment for Women of Africa-Uganda (CEEWA-Uganda)
 

2. Persistent Food Insecurity Among Women in the Wake of National Agricultural Advisory Services (NAADS) Programme: The Case of Bubara, Kabale District- Uganda.
    Presented by: Harriet Kebirungi, Kyambogo University
 

3. Agricultural Innovation for Food Security and Environmental Sustainability: Why a Gender Perspective?
    Presented by: Diana Alarcon, United Nations
 

4. The Role of Economic Status, Gender and Race in Nutritional Deficiencies in U.S. Adults 2003-2008
    Presented by: Jayne Dean, Wagner College
  

Session 57: Activist Scholarship and its Contributions to Deliberative Democracy in Global Economic Governance

Session Chair: Marina Durano, Universiti Sains Malaysia
Session type: contributed
Date: June 26, 2011
Time: 9:00 - 10:40
 

1. Trade-Finance Linkages: Networking and Advocacy for Alternative Responses to the Global Crisis
    Presented by: Aldo Caliari, Center of Concern
   Discussant:   Josefa Francisco, Miriam College
 

2. DAWN DDD and GEEJ Process: Mobilizing and Catalyzing Young Women Through Training and Consultation
    Presented by: Marina Durano, Universiti Sains Malaysia
   Discussant:   Yumiko Yamamoto, UNDP Asia-Pacific Regional Centre
 

3. The Use of Scholarship in Inter-Governmental Negotiations on Climate Change
    Presented by: Yoke Ling Chee, Third World Network
   Discussant:   Josefa Francisco, Miriam College
  

Session 58: Economic and Environmental Crisis and Change: Gender-Aware Approaches

Session Chair: S Charusheela, University of Washington, Bothell
Session type: invited
Date: June 26, 2011
Time: 9:00 - 10:40
 

1. Gender, Climate Change, and Labour in Developed Countries
    Presented by: Marjorie Cohen, Simon Fraser University
 

2. Emerging Features of Economic Downturn in an Oil Rich Developing Country: Implications for Gender Equity and the Fallacy of Economic Theories and Policies
    Presented by: Janet Olusi, Obafemi Awolowo Univeristy
 

3. Gender, Resource Allocation, and Productivity
    Presented by: Fatimata Dia, ISRA (Senegalese Agricultural Research
 

4. Research on Women's Economic Participation and Education Security Mechanism: Perspectives from Feminism
    Presented by: Jing Shaoli, Nanjing Normal University
  

Session 59: Care Work and Care Markets

Session Chair: Rose Wamuthenya, Nascent RDO Nairobi
Session type: invited
Date: June 26, 2011
Time: 9:00 - 10:40
 

1. Older Women in Paid Care Work
    Presented by: Siobhan Austen, Curtin University
 

2. Poverty, Commercialisation and the Segmentation of Urban Health Care Market: Challenges and Lessons from Tanzania
    Presented by: Tausi Kida, Economic and Social Research Foundation
 

3. How is the Professional Ethics of Elderly Care Gendered?: An Exploratory Research of the Managers of Group-Homes in Japan.
    Presented by: Seiichi Matsukawa, Tokyo Gakugei University
 

4. Does Maternal Education Affect Child Health? Evidence from China
    Presented by: Jingjie Lu, university
  

Session 60: Gender and Economic Security

Session Chair: Annapurna Pandey, University of California, Santa Cruz
Session type: invited
Date: June 26, 2011
Time: 9:00 - 10:40
 

1. 代际之间的传承与嬗变——中国职业妇女的社会支持网络解析 (Mother’s Social Support and Daughter’s: Are They the Same?)
    Presented by: Zhang Xufan, Nanjing University
 

2. Gender Discrimination in Promotion: Evidence from Urban China
    Presented by: Shisong Qing, Renmin University of China
 

3. Gender Differences in Public Environmental Behaviors Based on 2006 and 2009 data in Xi'an, China
    Presented by: Feng Wang, Northwest University
 

4. Global economic crisis, gender, and employment: The impact and policy response
    Presented by: Naoko Otobe, International Labour Organization
  

Session 61: Women as Managers and Entrepreneurs

Session Chair: Ragnhild Lund, Norwegian U of Science and Technology
Session type: invited
Date: June 26, 2011
Time: 9:00 - 10:40
 

1. Female Entrepreneurship in China: Opportunity- or Necessity- Based?
    Presented by: Tonia Warnecke, Rollins College
 

2. Woman Entrepreneur—New Identity Constituted in Post-1978 Mainland China
    Presented by: Dongling Zhang, Arizona State University
 

3. Managers and Their Type of Personality
    Presented by: Simon Fietze, Helmut-Schmidt-University/University of the Federal Armed Forces Hamburg
 

4. Hispanic and Latina Businesswomen in the United States
    Presented by: Alicia Girón, UNAM
  

Session 62: Bargaining Power and Distribution

Session Chair: Barbara Hopkins, Wright State University
Session type: invited
Date: June 26, 2011
Time: 9:00 - 10:40
 

1. Comparing the Gender Gap Between Latin America and South East Asia During the Second Globalization
    Presented by: Silvana Maubrigades, Social Science University
 

2. Economic Liberalization and Gender Earnings Inequality in Post-Transition Hungary
    Presented by: Tseveenbolor Davaa, University of Utah
 

3. Nurses in Times of Economic Crisis: Casualties of Capitalist Logic in the Global North and Global South
    Presented by: Salimah Valiani, Ontario Nurses Association
 

4. Women and Local Economies, Territories, Knowledge and Power: Recognizing Entrepreneurship from Remote Places in Central America
    Presented by: Francesca Rita Cassisi, UN Women
 

62 sessions, 212 papers
Index of Participants

Legend: C=chair, P=Presenter, D=Disscussant
#ParticipantRoles in Conference
2Abdourahman, OmarD2, P2, P2
3Acharya, MeenaP15
4Adekanye, TomilayoP36
5Agarwal, BinaC7, C13, P40
6Ahumada, Maria ConsueloP39
7Akintola, OlagokeP9, D55
8Alarcon, DianaC14, P56
9Araj, TahreerC17, P53
10Atieno, RosemaryP41
11Aure, Eunica AnnaP17, C45
12Austen, SiobhanP59
13Aziz, FahimaP9
14Badgett, M.V. LeeD10, D21
15Balakrishnan, RadhikaD10, D10, P26, D46, D50, D50
16Bali Swain, RanjulaP8, C32
17Barriteau, V. EudineC10
18Batani, RuthP48
19Beneria, LourdesC12, P30
20Benveniste, LuisD28
21Berger, SilviaP20
22Berik, GunseliC30, P30, C39, P49
23Bernardino, NatividadP48
24Binate Fofana, NamizataP44
25Birch, Elisa RoseP34
26Bittman, MichaelC2, P33
27Braunstein, ElissaP26, D39, P39, C50
28Britwum, AkuaD21, D21
29Broomhill, RayP18
30Brubaker, PamelaP42
31Caliari, AldoP57
32Callorda Fossati, ElaD13, P13, C41
33Cassisi, Francesca RitaC40, P62
34Centeno Orozco, RebecaP27
35Chang, ShanshanD11, P11
36Chang, HongqinP3, C25
37Chao, AnneP31
38Charusheela, SP4, C58
39Chatterjee, AmritaP16
40Chee, Yoke LingP57
41Chen, XinxinD5, P5, C11
42Chen, LanyanC47, C55, D55
43Chen, JunjieP34
44Cho, DonghunP12
45Clarhäll, JennyP6
46Cohen, MarjorieD36, P36, P58
47Cook, SarahC19
48Correa, EugeniaP42
49Costa, MonicaP42
50Craig, LynP18
51D'Ippoliti, CarloP20
52Danby, ColinP4, C20
53Das, MonicaP29, C43
54Davaa, TseveenbolorP62
55Dayo, Maria HelenP25, C35
56Dean, JayneP56
57Dey, DipayanP41
58Dia, FatimataP58
59Djanaeva, NurgulD46, P46
60Dong, Xiao-yuanD19, D28, P49
61Du, FenglianP17, C31
62Duggan, LynnP40
63Durano, MarinaD48, P48, C57, P57
64Elson, DianeD28, C37, D37, D50
65Ertugrul Yilmazer, IsinD13, P13
66Escobar, BernarditaP45
67Evenhouse, EirikP54
68Fall, YassineD37, D37
69Feng, YuanD14, P14
70Feng, JinD52, P52
71Fennell, ShailajaP25
72Fietze, SimonP61
73Finnoff, KadeP54
74Floro, MariaP30, P40
75Frances, CarolD11, P11
76Francisco, JosefaD48, P48, D57, D57, P57, P57
77Gensemer, SusanP20
78Girón, AliciaC27, P61
79Gokovali Medettin, UmmuhanP24
80Grown, CarenC28, D50
81Gu, PingpingD5, P5
82Guo, RuixiangD55
83Gupta, CharuP4
84Hao, HongfangP17
85Hartford, KathleenD19
86Haspels, NelienP47
87Heintz, JamesD50
88Hill, ElizabethP35, D39, P39
89Himmelweit, SusanD1, D1, P18
90Hirway, IndiraD1, P16, C38
91Hong, Tae HeeC15, P43
92Hopkins, BarbaraP34, C62
93Hu, XinyingP47
94Hui, NehaP12
95Hyman, PrueP42
96Ichii, ReinaP35
97Ikiring, JudithP7
98Jain, DevakiP29
99Jain, DevakiD37, P37
100Jayasinghe, ManekaP25
101Jha, Krishna KantP26
102Jiang, LiP6
103Jin, YihongD52, P52
104Jolly, SusieC21, D55
105Joy, LoisD11, P11
106Kebirungi, HarrietP56
107Keleher, LoriP44
108Khan, FaridaP31
109khanna, akshayD55
110Khoso, GhulamD14, P14
111Kida, TausiP59
112Kirungi, JacklineP7
113Kocabicak, EceP20
114Koopman, JeanneP51
115Kulatunga, SasiniC9, P24
116Kusakabe, KyokoP23, C56
117Lai, LeiP44
118Lakshman, RajithP22, P53
119Lee, HyunokP17, C24
120Li, LiguiyanD52, P52
121Lim, Anne Marie KristineD21
122Liu, LanP32
123Liu, WeiD1
124Liu, HuiyingD1
125Liu, BohongD1
126Liu, BohongD55
127Llavaneras Blanco, MasayaD2, P2, P2
128Lu, PinP15
129Lu, JingjieP59
130Lucas, LindaC6, P16, C42
131Lund, RagnhildP23, C61
132Lyberaki, AntigoneP24, D39, P39, C53
133M Sotomayor, AlejandraP22
134MacDonald, MarthaD10, P31
135Magnani, ElisabettaD5, P5
136Mallaiah, LakkineniP45
137Marra, MitaP33, C44
138Mason, AndrewD28
139Matsukawa, SeiichiP59
140Maubrigades, SilvanaP62
141Mbugua, RahabC22
142Michelson, WilliamD2, P2, P2
143Min, YuP24
144Mitra, SonaP12
145Mueller, UlrikeP33
146Muramatsu, YasukoP15
147Mutari, EllenC5, P41
148Na, YuanP3
149Nagata, HanakoP41
150Naidoo, SarojiniD13, P13
151Nandal, SantoshP9
152Ndoye Niane, AïfaP25, C51
153Nelson, JulieD14, P14
154Ni, JunP22
155Ohashi, FumieP34
156Okoh, RosemaryP39
157Olusi, JanetC34, P58
158Onwuemele, AndrewP51
159Osterreich, ShaianneC16, P38
160Ozen, IlhanP31
161Ozonas Marcos, MargaritaP33
162Panda, Smita MishraP23
163Pandey, AnnapurnaD14, P14, C60
164Pang, XiaopengP44
165Perlman, ElisabethP53
166Perrons, DianeP15
167Pradhan, BinaC26
168Qi, LiangshuP8
169Qing, ShisongP60
170Qu, ZhenhuiD11, P11
171Raaber, NatalieC46, D46, P46
172Ramdas, KavitaD37
173Ramessur, TarunaP8, C23
174Randriamaro, ZoP57
175Reich, NoraP16
176Reilly, SiobhanP54
177Ren, WeiweiD13, P13
178Rickne, JohannaP38
179Rodríguez-Enríquez, CorinaP8, D10, D28
180Rodriguez-Modrono, PaulaP18
181Ruminska-Zimny, EwaP36
182S, SajuP43
183Sanchez-Paromo, CarolinaD28
184Sapovadia, VrajlalP43
185Schoenpflug, KarinC4, P4
186Sebina-Zziwa, AbbyP51
187Sebok, CsillaP35
188Seguino, StephanieD19, D19, D50
189Sen, IlinaC29, P29
190Sepahvand, MohammadP32
191Shah, ParveenP54
192Shahbazian, RoujmanC18, P32
193Shan, ShanP27
194Shaoli, JingP58
195Shrestha, PrabhakarP53
196Sircar, JyotirmoyP45
197Skora, MariaP9
198Srivastava, AbhilashaP45
199Strassmann, DianaD19, C36, P49
200Summerfield, GaleC3, P3, D36, P36
201Sunpuwan, MaleeP7
202Tabuga, AubreyP48
203Tebusabwa, MillyP56
204Tejani, ShebaP38, C52
205Thompson, CarolP51
206Todaro, RosalbaP27
207Tumini, LucíaP6
208Udong, EkaeteP40
209Ullah, AKMP22
210Valiani, SalimahP62
211van der Meulen Rodgers, YanaP35, C49, P49
212van Staveren, IreneP26, D36, P36
213Velan, NirmalaP43
214Velayudhan, MeeraP29
215Venkatesh, AnithaP23
216Ventura-Dias, VivianneP27
217Verceles, NathalieD48, P48, P48
218Wamuthenya, RoseP38, C59
219Wang, YunxianC8, P23
220Wang, FengP60
221Wang, JinlingD55
222Wang, JufenP47
223Warnecke, ToniaP61
224Wei, TangD52, P52
225Wichterich, ChristaP30, D46
226Widman, MaritP7, C33
227Wijaya, HestiP39
228Xie, LihuaP47
229Xufan, ZhangP60
230Yamamoto, YumikoP6, C48, D48, P48, D57, P57
231Yang, LiuD21
232Yi, HusoD55
233Yoon, JayoungP32, C54
234Yuan, NiP12
235Yuan, JuanwenP36
236Zhang, YanP3
237Zhang, DonglingP61
238Zhao, YaohuiD19
239Zheng, Xiao-yingC1
240Zhou, PengD5, P5

 

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