22nd IAFFE Annual Conference

Stanford University

 

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TitlePapers
1) How and Why do Women's Needs and Rights Get Short-changed in The Development Process in China and India and What can be done about it? Part I 4
2) How and Why do Women's Needs and Rights Get Short-changed in The Development Process in China and India and What can be done about it? Part II 5
Competition,Conflict and Cooption2
Creative Approaches to Improving Reproductive health4
Critical Aspects of Caring Labor4
Doling out austerity: Who Bears the Burden?4
Education and work - Shining Opportunities or Fading Hopes?4
Engendering Economic Policy in Sub-Saharan Africa4
Engendering The Climate Change Debate3
Evolution in Discrimination - Experiences and Processes4
Family Policy for the Here and Now4
Feminism and Wikipedia:Or how you and your students can change the landscape of free knowledge - an interactive workshop. 0
Feminist theory: Moving the Agenda Forward3
Financial Inclusion vs. Exclusion 4
Framing international development strategies: from Beijing to the MDGs and Beyond. 5
Gender and Pedagogy: Can We Move Forward on This Already?4
Gender budgeting: How-To and Why4
Gender in Post-Conflict Contexts3
Gender in the University or, Why Aren't There Any Female Star Students at Monsters University?4
Gendered Violence and Gendered Activism4
Increasing Female Employment-Policies and Outcomes4
Informal care and Domestic Labor4
Innovative Strategies for Health and Food Security2
Interactions of Globalization and Urbanization4
Marriage and Mobility: Progress or Stasis?4
Measuring the Impact of Taking Gender Seriously 3
Parenting and Power Relations4
Positions of Power: Female Leadership in the Twenty-First Century4
Risky Business: Who Says Women Aren't Risk-Takers?4
Should I Stay or Should I Go? Work-Life Balancing Around the World4
The Global Work Chain: Case Studies from Around the Universe4
The Primacy of Gender in Primary Education4
The Third Stage of Microfinance: Moving Towards Full Empowerment 4
Waging the War of the Wages4
Women's Entrepreneurship in the Twenty-First Century4
 

35 sessions, 130 papers, and 0 presentations with no associated papers


 

22nd IAFFE Annual Conference

Detailed List of Sessions

 
 
Session: 1) How and Why do Women's Needs and Rights Get Short-changed in The Development Process in China and India and What can be done about it? Part I
 
Session Chair: Linxiu Zhang,
 

Analyzing the growth trajectories of India and China with special reference to women’s economic roles
   Presented by: Devaki Jain, National Institute Of Advanced Studies
 

The Relative Pay and Its Underlying Determinants of Domestic Workers in Urban China
   Presented by: Jin Feng, Fudan University
 

Addressing Gender Needs at the Local Level:Potential for Converging Flagship Programmes at a Panchayat Level
   Presented by: Mridul Eapen,
 

Challenges in extending social protection: home based women workers in India
[slides]
   Presented by: Ratna Sudarshan, Institute of Social Studies Trust
 
Session: 2) How and Why do Women's Needs and Rights Get Short-changed in The Development Process in China and India and What can be done about it? Part II
 
 

Health reforms in India and China: the public – private dilemma
   Presented by: Gita Sen, Indian Institute of Management
 

Mother’s Migration and Children’s Nutritional Status: Evidence from Rural China
[slides]
   Presented by: Zhen Wang, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences
 

Gender division of labour and efficiency in rural India: Social group differences as an entry point
   Presented by: Avanti Mukherjee, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
 

Gender Responsive Budgeting in India: Where has it worked? Where has it not worked? And what can be done about it?
   Presented by: Aasha Mehta, Indian Institute of PublicAdministration
 

Maternal Health Services in China’s Western Rural Areas: Uptake and Correlates
   Presented by: Chengfang LIU, Chinese Academy of Sciences
 
Session: Competition,Conflict and Cooption
 
 

Gender Bias in Dressage Judging
   Presented by: Anna Sandberg, Stockholm School of Economics
 

The Restricted Access to Labor Rights of Domestic Workers in Argentina: an Approach from the Point of View of Employers
[slides]
   Presented by: Francisca Pereyra, Universidad Nacional General Sarmiento
 
Session: Creative Approaches to Improving Reproductive health
 
 

Creative Reproductive Health Education to Women in the Informal Employment: Building the care work capacity of the women farmers in rural East Java, Indonesia
   Presented by: Hesti Wijaya, Brawijaya University
 

Payments and Quality of Ante-Natal Care In Two Rural Districts Of Tanzania
   Presented by: Tausi Kida, Economic and Social Research Foundation
 

Gender Pay Inequality and Fertility Timing
   Presented by: Terry-Ann Craigie,
 

A Dynamical System to Modeling Child Mortality, Fertility Rate, Female Education and Economic Growth
   Presented by: Ranjula Bali Swain, Uppsala University
 
Session: Critical Aspects of Caring Labor
 
Session Chair: Fiona Carmichael, University of Birmingham
 

Monopsony in Caring Labor: Estimating Labor Supply Elasticity of Teachers
[slides]
   Presented by: Kate Bahn, The New School for Social Research
 

Unemployed-Volunteerism: The Plight of Women who are Homeless
   Presented by: Sarah Neeley, University of Denver/Iliff School of Theology
 

Informal care: choice or constraint?
[slides]
   Presented by: Fiona Carmichael, University of Birmingham
 

Effects of Informal Parental Care on the Labor Force Participation in Nordic Countries
   Presented by: Mirjam Unger,
 
Session: Doling out austerity: Who Bears the Burden?
 
Session Chair: Bola Akanji, University of Rhode Island
 

Gender and austerity policy during the Great Recession: promotion of involuntary part-time work and re-design of the gender division of work in the European Union
   Presented by: Lina Galvez-Muñoz, University Pablo de Olavide
 

Determinants of time poverty by gender
   Presented by: Paula Rodriguez-Modroño, University Pablo de Olavide
 

The Debt-Relief-Poverty Reduction Pact in Nigeria: A Model for Addressing Feminized Poverty?
[slides]
   Presented by: Bola Akanji, University of Rhode Island
 

Female labour force participation, economic de-development and de-industrialisation in post-socialist transition
   Presented by: Sonja Avlijas, London School of Economics
 
Session: Education and work - Shining Opportunities or Fading Hopes?
 
Session Chair: Rhonda Sharp, University of South Australia
 

Challenging Knowledge Sex and Power: Gender, Work and Engineering
   Presented by: Rhonda Sharp, University of South Australia
 

Education with or without opprtunity in Mauritius: A feminist perspective
   Presented by: Sheila BUNWAREE, University of Mauritius
 

Education And Labor in Panama
   Presented by: Aracelly De León, Universidad de Panamá
 

education and work
[slides]
   Presented by: Medha Dubhashi, Vaikunth Mehta National Institute of Co
 
Session: Engendering Economic Policy in Sub-Saharan Africa
 
Session Chair: Irene van Staveren, ISS
 

Equitable Performances, Enacting Gender in Tanzanian Tea
   Presented by: Allison Loconto, Institut National de la Recherche Agronomique (INRA)
 

Decomposing Poverty-Inequality Linkages of Sources of Deprivation by Male and Fremale Breadwinners in Cameroon
   Presented by: Boniface Epo, University of Yaounde II
 

The Role of Social Capital in Women's Participation in the Labour Force in Cameroon: Exploring the Endogeneity Issue at the Individual Level
   Presented by: Johannes Atemnkeng, University of Bamenda
 

Including Women in the Policy Responses to High Oil Prices: A Case Study of South Africa
   Presented by: Ismael Fonfana, International Food Policy Research Institute
 
Session: Engendering The Climate Change Debate
 
Session Chair: Feng Wang, Northwest University
 

Gender Social Vulnerability to Climate Change in municipalities of Mexico
   Presented by: Abraham Granados Martínez, UNAM
 

The Plight of Women and Girls in an Era of Climate Change
   Presented by: Hadas Marcus, Tel Aviv University
 

Gender Differences and Changes in Citizen Environmental Behaviors
   Presented by: Feng Wang, Northwest University
 
Session: Evolution in Discrimination - Experiences and Processes
 
Session Chair: Gillian Hewitson, University of Sydney
 

The Occupational Segregation of Black Women in the U.S.: A Look at its Evolution from 1940 to 2010
   Presented by: Olga Alonso Villar, Universidade de Vigo
 

Gender and the financialisation of the Australian Aboriginal people
   Presented by: Gillian Hewitson, University of Sydney
 

Sexual Orientation and Workplace Discrimination
[slides]
   Presented by: Christina Curley, Colorado State University
 

Economies of Obligation: Western Nicaraguan Women and Valuations of Their Work
   Presented by: Amanda McBride, Recent PhD Graduate
 
Session: Family Policy for the Here and Now
 
Session Chair: Agneta Stark, Dalarna University
 

Policy reform and female labour supply: an exploration of the role of family values using a case of family policy reform in Germany
   Presented by: Mireia Borrell-Porta, London School of Economics
 

Needed: New Policies towards Lone Parent Families
   Presented by: Barbara Bergmann,
 

Parental Rights and Responsibilities of Chilean Women: A Study of Child Education Arrangement for Different Marital Status
[slides]
   Presented by: Chin-Ming Lin, Tamkang University
 

Work and Family: progress and setbacks in Japan 26 years after the 'Agnes controversy'
   Presented by: Agnes Chan, T&A
 
Session: Feminism and Wikipedia:Or how you and your students can change the landscape of free knowledge - an interactive workshop.
 
Session Chairs:
1. Diana Strassmann, Rice University
2. Anna Falth, United Nations Women
 
Session: Feminist theory: Moving the Agenda Forward
 
Session Chair: Julie Nelson, University of Massachusetts Boston
 

Poisoning the Well, or How Economic Theory Damages Moral Imagination
[slides]
   Presented by: Julie Nelson, University of Massachusetts Boston
 

Understanding the gendered construction of jobs: a step toward the construction a feminist theory of labor
   Presented by: Marilyn Power, Sarah Lawrence College
 

circular discrimination - an attempt to bridge the (presumed) gap between taste-based and statistical discrimination theories
[slides]
   Presented by: Isabella Scheibmayr, Johannes Kepler University Linz
 
Session: Financial Inclusion vs. Exclusion
 
Session Chair: Frances raday,
 

US Women Veterans and the Mortgage Guaranty Benefit: Did GI Jane Survive the Mortgage Meltdown?
   Presented by: Joan Combs Durso, Sullivan University
 

Implicaciones económicas de la inclusión financiera femenina en México
   Presented by: Patricia Rodriguez, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México
 

Self Determination - Fordham
[slides]
   Presented by: Frances raday,
 

Impacts of fiscal consolidation in public supply of social services and employment
[slides]
   Presented by: Mauricio Matus-López, Universidad Pablo de Olavide
 
Session: Framing international development strategies: from Beijing to the MDGs and Beyond.
 
Session Chair: Sakiko Fukuda-Parr, The New School
 

The Power of Numbers: A Critical Review of MDG Targets for Human Development and Human Rights - The MDG Hunger Target and the Contested Visions of Food Security
   Presented by: Sakiko Fukuda-Parr, The New School
 

No Empowerment without Rights, No Rights without Politics: Gender-Equality, the MDGs and the Post 2015 Development Agenda
   Presented by: Gita Sen, Indian Institute of Management
 

Gender Equality and Empowerment in the post 2015 International Development Agenda
   Presented by: ,
 

Gender Equality in Framing International Development Debates
   Presented by: Aphichoke Kotikula, World Bank
 

The Questionable Power of the Millennium Goal to Reduce Child Mortality
   Presented by: Elizabeth Gibbons,
 
Session: Gender and Pedagogy: Can We Move Forward on This Already?
 
 

Gender Differences in Student Learning Styles and Performance in Introductory Economics Courses
   Presented by: Maureen McGregor, Mount Royal University
 

Teaching Economics Differently: A Gender-Aware Principles Book
   Presented by: Irene van Staveren, ISS
 

Gender Inequality in Science Education in Nigeria: A Review
   Presented by: Afolabi Monsurat, University of Hull
 

THE ONE BILLION RISING - A CASE FOR FEMINIST STUDIES IN INDIA
   Presented by: Monica Das, Delhi University
 
Session: Gender budgeting: How-To and Why
 
 

Budgets, Macroeconomics and Women's Human Rights in Canada
   Presented by: Isabella Bakker,
 

Changes and Transformation through Implementation of Gender Responsive Budgeting in Uganda: The Example of the Education Sector
   Presented by: Susanne Dietl, Vienna University of Economics and Business
 

Understanding Gender Differences in Mexican Household Savings
   Presented by: Isalia Nava-Bolaños, UNAM
 

Gender-Relations and Economic Development in Korea
   Presented by: HYO-YONG SUNG, Sungshin University
 
Session: Gender in Post-Conflict Contexts
 
Session Chair: tunay oguz, university of new mexico
 

A life in the shadows: emerging trafficking vulnerabilities in post-conflict areas of Sri Lanka
[slides]
   Presented by: Danesh Jayatilaka, University of Colombo
 

Characteristics that Impact Changes in Women’s Empowerment in Turkey
[slides]
   Presented by: tunay oguz, university of new mexico
 

From self esteem to generalized social trust and perceptions of political efficacy: experimental evidence from Cambodia
[slides]
   Presented by: Moana Vercoe, Loyola Marymount University
 
Session: Gender in the University or, Why Aren't There Any Female Star Students at Monsters University?
 
Session Chair: Consolata Kabonesa, Makerere University
 

Gender and Graduate Education in the United States
   Presented by: Yana van der Meulen Rodgers,
 

Gender biases in education and employment and gendered career disadvantages: A case study of university graduates in Tanzania
   Presented by: Paula Tibandebage, Research on Poverty Alleviation (REPOA)
 

Engendering Universities: Experiences of Generating Gender Responsive Policies in Universites.
[slides]
   Presented by: Harriet Kebirungi, Kyambogo University
 

Gender Ratios at Top PhD Programs in Economics
   Presented by: Tali Regev, Berglas School of Economics
 
Session: Gendered Violence and Gendered Activism
 
Session Chair: Linda DeRiviere, University of Winnipeg
 

A micro-based economic costing approach to examining intimate partner violence
   Presented by: Linda DeRiviere, University of Winnipeg
 

Landlessness and Domestic Violence against Women in Rural China
   Presented by: Yueping Song, Renmin University of China
 

Understanding the Impacts of Land Grabs on African Women's Food Farming and Activism
   Presented by: Jeanne Koopman, Boston University
 

WOMEN POWER IN FIGHTING WITH THE LAND INVESTORS: AYUTHAYA PROVINCE, THAILAND
[slides]
   Presented by: Tanaradee KHUMYA, Kasetsart University
 
Session: Increasing Female Employment-Policies and Outcomes
 
Session Chair: Najma Sharif, Saint Mary's University
 

Opportunities and Challenges of A Public Employment program: Evidence from India
   Presented by: Shakuntala D, SUNY Oswego
 

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The Effects of Gender on the Pattern of Labour Utilization: A Study of Native-born and Foreign–born Canadians
   Presented by: Najma Sharif, Saint Mary's University
 

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Session: Informal care and Domestic Labor
 
Session Chair: Corina Rodríguez-Enríquez, Conicet - Ciepp
 

Care regime, labor market and paid care work in Argentina
   Presented by: Corina Rodríguez-Enríquez, Conicet - Ciepp
 

Like Your Own Child? Socio-Economic Conditions, Employer’ Perspectives and Domestic Work in Ghana.
   Presented by: Dzodzi Tsikata, University of Ghana
 

Foreign Domestic Workers: Transnationalisation and the Capitalisation of Labour
   Presented by: Stuart Rosewarne, The University of Sydney
 

Is Part-Time Employment after Childbirth a Stepping Stone into Full Time? A Cohort Study for East and West Germany
   Presented by: Laura Romeu, DZA- Deutsches Zentrum für Altersfragen
 
Session: Innovative Strategies for Health and Food Security
 
Session Chair: Oluwafunmiso Olajide, University of Ibadan, Ibadan Nigeria
 

Women Contribute to Sustainable Food Security and Food Safety: Two cases from China
   Presented by: Yiching Song, Chinese Academy of Science
 

WOMEN’S EDUCATION: IMPLICATIONS FOR HOUSEHOLD FOOD SECURITY IN NIGERIA
   Presented by: Oluwafunmiso Olajide, University of Ibadan, Ibadan Nigeria
 
Session: Interactions of Globalization and Urbanization
 
 

"Maria Elena Cuadra," Globalization and Women' s Empowerment in Nicaragua
[slides]
   Presented by: Rose-Marie Avin, University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire
 

Marginalization and Transport: Women surviving in Megalopolis.
[slides]
   Presented by: Eugenia Correa, UNAM
 

Feminization of Finance: A Comparative Study on Employment and Sales Strategy of Life Insurance Industry in Japan and South Korea
   Presented by: Ki-young Shin, Ochanomizu University
 

Corporeality of Capitalist Production: How Bodies Create and Extract Value Along the Global Garment Chain
   Presented by: Nausheen Quayyum, York University
 
Session: Marriage and Mobility: Progress or Stasis?
 
Session Chair: Peace Musiimenta, IAFFE
 

At the crossroads but not stuck: Educated women negotiating work and Marriage dilemmas in urban Uganda
   Presented by: Peace Musiimenta, IAFFE
 

Economic empowerment and gender discrimination: Contradicting trends in the status of Orthodox Jewish women in Israe
[slides]
   Presented by: Michal Allon, Tel Aviv University
 

Gender and mobility: Women's internal migration in India
[slides]
   Presented by: Smriti Rao, Assumption College
 

Gender Perspectives of Time Allocation in China
[slides]
   Presented by: Na Liu, Xiangtan University
 
Session: Measuring the Impact of Taking Gender Seriously
 
Session Chair: Joyce Jacobsen, Wesleyan University
 

The Effects of Gender Bias on Neoclassical Economic Theory and Analysis
[slides]
   Presented by: April Allison,
 

Economics as if Caring Matters
   Presented by: Riane Eisler, Center for Partnership Studies
 

Reducing Losses due to Gender Inequality
   Presented by: Joyce Jacobsen, Wesleyan University
 
Session: Parenting and Power Relations
 
 

Take My Mother-in-law…Please!” A Study of the Impact of Women’s Power on the Co-residence Decision in China
[slides]
   Presented by: Yi Zhang,
 

Women’s labor participation and households’ demand for formal care services for young children: the case of Venezuela 2008-2009
   Presented by: Masaya Llavaneras Blanco, Banco Central de Venezuela
 

Gender and Household Savings Rate: Evidence from China
   Presented by: Hong Zou, Southwestern University of Finance and Economics
 

A Model of Technology Adoption with Dynamic Intrahousehold Bargaining
   Presented by: Chris Slootmaker, Colorado State University
 
Session: Positions of Power: Female Leadership in the Twenty-First Century
 
Session Chair: Tamar Kricheli-Katz, Tel Aviv University
 

Us versus Them: The Responses of Managers to the Feminization of High-Status Occupations
   Presented by: Tamar Kricheli-Katz, Tel Aviv University
 

Running for Leadership: Evidence from an artefactual field experiment in matillineal and patriarchic societies in India
   Presented by: debosree banerjee, university of göttingen
 

Women's Philanthropic Leadership: How is it Different? Updated Chapter from The Transformative Power of Women's Philanthropy
   Presented by: Bonita Banducci, Santa Clara University
 

Makerere, Gender Terrain and National Development
   Presented by: Consolata Kabonesa, Makerere University
 
Session: Risky Business: Who Says Women Aren't Risk-Takers?
 
Session Chair: Daniela Orge-Fuentes, UMB
 

Crop diversification, risk and gender in highland Peru
   Presented by: Daniela Orge-Fuentes, UMB
 

Risk Taking in the Classroom
   Presented by: Simon Halliday, Royal Holloway, University of London
 

Do Women Favor In-group Competition? Evidence from an Online Experiment
   Presented by: Norma Schmitt, European University Viadrina
 

Access to Work through Self Help Groups: An Assessment of the Impact of Swayamsiddha Project in Haryana State of India
   Presented by: Kavita Chakravarty, Maharshi Dayanand University, Rohtak
 
Session: Should I Stay or Should I Go? Work-Life Balancing Around the World
 
 

Say at Home, or Stay at Home? Few Policy Implications on Female Labor Supply
   Presented by: Vidya Atal, Montclair State University
 

How Mothers Make Decisions about Employment Type and Maternal Child Care
   Presented by: Bharati Basu, Central Michigan Unviersity
 

Quality of Work Life of Female Employees in Universities of Haryana
[slides]
   Presented by: anjana garg, M.D.University,Rohtak
 

WOMEN RESEARCH PRODUCTIVITY AND CAREER ADVANCEMENT AND ITS IMPLICATIONS ON INSTITUTIONAL DEVELOPMENT: A CASE FOR MAKERERE UNIVERSITY
   Presented by: Elizabeth Kaase-Bwanga,
 
Session: The Global Work Chain: Case Studies from Around the Universe
 
Session Chair: HYO-YONG SUNG, Sungshin University
 

Social Norms and Working Conditions of Women in Mexico’s Tourism Sector
   Presented by: Arlette Covarrubias, Colegio Mexiquense
 

Mapping Transnational Organizing in Bangladesh and the USA: A Feminist Apparel Commodity Chain Analysis
   Presented by: Nafisa Tanjeem, Rutgers University
 

Does the Presence of Unions in China Help to Reduce the Gender Wage Gap and Discrimination
   Presented by: Jing Liu, Central University of Finance and Economics
 

WOMEN’S EMPLOYMENT IN MANUFACTURING: AN ANALYSIS OVER A PERIOD OF ASIANIZATION AND DE-INDUSTRILIZATION
[slides]
   Presented by: Ebru Voyvoda, Middle East Technical University
 
Session: The Primacy of Gender in Primary Education
 
Session Chair: Emcet Tas, American University & The World Bank
 

Gender Parity and Schooling Choices
   Presented by: Marric Buessing, Boston University
 

The Han-Minority Achievement Gap, Language and Returns to Schools in Rural China
   Presented by: Yunfan Yang, CHINA ACADEMY OF SCIENCE
 

Intersectionality of Gender and Ethnicity in Education Outcomes: Evidence from Latin America and Africa
   Presented by: Emcet Tas, American University & The World Bank
 

Achievements and Enduring Issues in Togo Education System
   Presented by: Dario Sansone, CeRP - Collegio Carlo Alberto
 
Session: The Third Stage of Microfinance: Moving Towards Full Empowerment
 
Session Chair: Alicia Girón, UNAM
 

Neoliberalism, Microcredit, and Women’s Empowerment
   Presented by: Alicia Girón, UNAM
 

Access to Work through Self Help Groups: An Assessment of the Impact of Swayamsiddha Project in Haryana State of India
   Presented by: Kavita Chakravarty, Maharshi Dayanand University, Rohtak
 

Does Microfinance Advance Women’s Empowerment? A Case Study in Punjab, India
   Presented by: Demelza Hays, Panjab University
 

Is women’s empowerment a myth or reality in Ghana?
   Presented by: Charlotte Wrigley-Asante, University of Ghana
 
Session: Waging the War of the Wages
 
 

Women´s employment as a part of Germany´s economic strategy
   Presented by: Friederike Maier, Berlin School of Economics and Law (HWR Berlin)
 

Occupational Sex Segregation and Management-Level Wages in Germany: What Role Does Firm Size Play?
[slides]
   Presented by: Elke Holst, German Institute for Economic Research (DIW Berlin)
 

GENDER DISCRIMINATION IN ACCESS TO PAID WORK: WHAT LABOUR FORCE SURVEYS TELL US?
   Presented by: Muhammad Sabir, Social Policy and Development Centre
 

Informal Sector Work, the Neoliberal Cooptation and Women’s Social and Solidarity Economies in Kenya
   Presented by: Marilyn Ossome, SIHA Network
 
Session: Women's Entrepreneurship in the Twenty-First Century
 
 

AN ACCOUNT OF WOMEN ENREPRENEURSHIP DEVELOPMENT IN INDIA: CHALLENGES, OPPORTUNITIES AND FUTURE PROSPECTS
   Presented by: Neelam Choudhary, Maharshi Dayanand University, Rohtak
 

That’s funny, you don’t look brainy: How to advance your ideas and thinking, and change the world as we know it
[slides]
   Presented by: Roberta Guise, Guise Marketing & PR
 

WOMEN´ S ENTREPRENEURSHIP IN THE ERA OF THE SOCIETY OF INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION
   Presented by: Alejandra Arroyo M Sotomayor, Universidad Autonoma Metropolitana-Iztap
 

Gender and Entrepreneurship in the Middle East & North Africa
   Presented by: Roksana Bahramitash, University of Montreal
 

35 sessions, 130 papers, and 0 presentations with no associated papers
 
Index of Participants

Legend: C=chair, P=Presenter, D=Disscussant
#ParticipantRoles in Conference
2Akanji, BolaC6, P6
3Allison, AprilP26
4Allon, MichalP25
5Alonso Villar, OlgaP10
6ara, iffatP21
7Arroyo M Sotomayor, AlejandraP35
8Atal, VidyaP30
9Atemnkeng, JohannesP8
10Avin, Rose-MarieP24
11Avlijas, SonjaP6
12Bahn, KateP5
13Bahramitash, RoksanaP35
14Bakker, IsabellaP17
15Bali Swain, RanjulaP4
16Banducci, BonitaP28
17banerjee, debosreeP28
18Basu, BharatiP30
19Bergmann, BarbaraP11
20Borrell-Porta, MireiaP11
21Buessing, MarricP32
22BUNWAREE, SheilaP7
23Carmichael, FionaC5, P5
24Chakravarty, KavitaP29, P33
25Chan, AgnesP11
26Choudhary, NeelamP35
27Combs Durso, JoanP14
28Correa, EugeniaP24
29Covarrubias, ArletteP31
30Craigie, Terry-AnnP4
31Curley, ChristinaP10
32D, ShakuntalaP21
33Das, MonicaP16
34De León, AracellyP7
35DeRiviere, LindaC20, P20
36Dietl, SusanneP17
37Dubhashi, MedhaP7
38Eapen, MridulP1
39Eisler, RianeP26
40Epo, BonifaceP8
41Falth, AnnaC12
42Feng, JinP1
43Fonfana, IsmaelP8
44Fukuda-Parr, SakikoC15, P15
45Galvez-Muñoz, LinaP6
46garg, anjanaP30
47Gibbons, ElizabethP15
48Girón, AliciaC33, P33
49Guise, RobertaP35
50Halliday, SimonP29
51Hays, DemelzaP33
52Hewitson, GillianC10, P10
53Holst, ElkeP34
54Jacobsen, JoyceC26, P26
55Jain, DevakiP1
56Jayatilaka, DaneshP18
57Kaase-Bwanga, ElizabethP30
58Kabonesa, ConsolataP28, C19
59Karamba, RutendoP21
60Kebirungi, HarrietP19
61KHUMYA, TanaradeeP20
62Kida, TausiP4
63Koopman, JeanneP20
64Kotikula, AphichokeP15
65Kricheli-Katz, TamarC28, P28
66Lin, Chin-MingP11
67Liu, JingP31
68Liu, NaP25
69LIU, ChengfangP2
70Llavaneras Blanco, MasayaP27
71Loconto, AllisonP8
72Maier, FriederikeP34
73Marcus, HadasP9
74Matus-López, MauricioP14
75McBride, AmandaP10
76McGregor, MaureenP16
77Mehta, AashaP2
78Monsurat, AfolabiP16
79Musiimenta, PeaceC25, P25
80Nava-Bolaños, IsaliaP17
81Neeley, SarahP5
82Nelson, JulieC13, P13
83oguz, tunayC18, P18
84Olajide, OluwafunmisoC23, P23
85Orge-Fuentes, DanielaC29, P29
86Ossome, MarilynP34
87Pereyra, FranciscaP3
88Power, MarilynP13
89Quayyum, NausheenP24
90raday, FrancesC14, P14
91Rao, SmritiP25
92Regev, TaliP19
93Rodríguez-Enríquez, CorinaC22, P22
94Rodriguez, PatriciaP14
95Rodriguez-Modroño, PaulaP6
96Romeu, LauraP22
97Rosewarne, StuartP22
98Sabir, MuhammadP34
99Sandberg, AnnaP3
100Sansone, DarioP32
101Scheibmayr, IsabellaP13
102Schmitt, NormaP29
103Sen, GitaP15, P2
104Sharif, NajmaC21, P21
105Sharp, RhondaC7, P7
106Shin, Ki-youngP24
107Slootmaker, ChrisP27
108Song, YichingP23
109Song, YuepingP20
110Stark, AgnetaC11
111Strassmann, DianaC12
112Sudarshan, RatnaP1
113SUNG, HYO-YONGC31, P17
114Tanjeem, NafisaP31
115Tas, EmcetC32, P32
116Tibandebage, PaulaP19
117Tsikata, DzodziP22
118Unger, MirjamP5
119van der Meulen Rodgers, YanaP19
120van Staveren, IreneC8, P16
121Vercoe, MoanaP18
122Voyvoda, EbruP31
123Wang, FengC9, P9
124Wijaya, HestiP4
125Wrigley-Asante, CharlotteP33
126Yang, YunfanP32
127Zhang, YiP27
128Zhang, LinxiuC1
129Zou, HongP27

 

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