28th IAFFE Annual Conference

Glasgow Caledonian University, Glasgow, Scotland

 
June 26, 2019
 
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13:00 to 17:00 REGISTRATION TABLE OPEN, Hamish Wood Building
 
 
13:00 to 16:30 PRE-CONFERENCE & MENTORING WORKSHOP, George Moore Building - Room 402
 
 
17:00 to 19:30 AILSA MCKAY MEMORIAL LECTURE & WINE RECEPTION | Welcome from John Lennon, Dean, Glasgow School for Business and Society, Deeprose Theatre Reception in Garden Cafe and Garden
 
 
 
June 27, 2019
 
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08:00 to 17:00 REGISTRATION TABLE OPEN, Hamish Wood Building
 
 
09:00 to 10:50 OPENING PLENARY - SOLIDARITIES & CHALLENGES AT THE INTERSECTION OF INEQUALITIES, Hamish Wood Building - Room 011
 
 
11:10 to 13:00see below CONCURRENT SESSIONS 1, Hamish Wood Building
 
 
13:10 to 14:20 LUNCH | 25th Anniversary of Feminist Economics, Saltire Centre
 
 
14:30 to 16:20see below CONCURRENT SESSIONS 2 , Hamish Wood Building
 
 
16:45 to 18:15 MEMBERSHIP MEETING + BOOK CELEBRATION, Hamish Wood Building - Room 011
 
 
18:30 to 20:00 OPENING RECEPTION | Wine and Canapés, George Moore Building
 
 
 
June 28, 2019
 
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08:00 to 17:00 REGISTRATION TABLE OPEN, Hamish Wood Building
 
 
08:30 to 10:20see below CONCURRENT SESSIONS 3, Hamish Wood Building
 
 
10:40 to 12:30see below CONCURRENT SESSIONS 4, Hamish Wood Building
 
 
12:40 to 13:40 LUNCH | 2019 SURAJ MAL and SHYAMA DEVI AGARWAL BOOK PRIZE, Hamish Wood Building - Room 011
 
 
13:50 to 15:40see below CONCURRENT SESSIONS 5, Hamish Wood Building
 
 
16:00 to 17:50 PLENARY: GENDER IN SCOTLAND'S ECONOMY, Hamish Wood Building - Room 011
 
 
19:30 to 00:00 CIVIC RECEPTION + CONFERENCE DINNER + CEILIDH, Glasgow City Chambers
 
 
 
June 29, 2019
 
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09:00 to 11:00 REGISTRATION TABLE OPEN, Hamish Wood Building
 
 
08:30 to 10:20see below CONCURRENT SESSIONS 6, Hamish Wood Building
 
 
10:40 to 12:30 CLOSING PLENARY: FEMINISTS CHANGING POLICY, Hamish Wood Building - Room 011
 
 
 
June 27, 2019
 
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00:00 to 00:00 Plenary Session
 
 

 

Program Notes and Index of Sessions

AILSA MCKAY MEMORIAL LECTURE & WINE RECEPTION | Welcome from John Lennon, Dean, Glasgow School for Business and Society
Location: Deeprose Theatre Reception in Garden Cafe and Garden
June 26, 2019 17:00 to 19:30
 
Rhonda Sharp, University of South Australia, Centre for Social Change | Gender Responsive Budgeting in Challenging Times

OPENING PLENARY - SOLIDARITIES & CHALLENGES AT THE INTERSECTION OF INEQUALITIES
Location: Hamish Wood Building - Room 011
June 27, 2019 09:00 to 10:50
 
Chair - Naila Kabeer, IAFFE, President | Lee Badgett - Pausing at the Intersections: Learning about Gender from LGBT People | Melanie Samson - Articulating the Relationship Between Gender & Class | Nina Banks - Intersecting Inequalities: Race and the Invisibility of Black Women’s Work | Ashwini Deshpande - Fault Lines in the Understanding of Inequality

CONCURRENT SESSIONS 1
Locations: listed below
June 27, 2019 11:10 to 13:00
 
Households, Care and Unpaid Work: Work, care and well-being across the life cour..., Room 009
Gender, Assets, and Labour Markets: Identity, discrimination, and labour markets..., Room 010b
Social and Economic Policies and Programmes: Body, work and rights #2, Room 007
Gender and the Macro Economy: The macro-economy and markets #3, Room 005
Gender regimes and alternatives to capitalism, Room 001
Policy approaches to unpaid care: progress and gaps towards SDG 5.4 , Room 002
Households, Care and Unpaid Work: Households, power, and decision-making #2, Room 324
Gender, Assets, and Labour Markets: Identity, discrimination, and labour markets..., Room 003
Roundtable: Mobilising Maximum Available Resources: Gender Equality and Tax Just..., Hanging Lantern Room
Households, Care and Unpaid Work: Work, care and well-being across the life cour..., Room 119
Social and Economic Policies and Programmes: Social protection, Room 010a
Membership Development & Engagement #1, Hamish Wood W008

LUNCH | 25th Anniversary of Feminist Economics
Location: Saltire Centre
June 27, 2019 13:10 to 14:20
 
Sponsored by Taylor & Francis Group

CONCURRENT SESSIONS 2
Locations: listed below
June 27, 2019 14:30 to 16:20
 
Gender implications of formalisation policies: A cross-country analysis, Room 009
Gender, Assets, and Labour Markets: Identity, discrimination, and labour markets..., Room 008
Gender, Assets, and Labour Markets: Work, empowerment, and collective action #1, Room 010b
Households, Care and Unpaid Work: Households, power, and decision-making #4, Room 004
Households, Care and Unpaid Work: Work, care and well-being across the life cour..., Room 002
Roundtable: Gender equality and economic policy, with a focus on women’s labor..., Hanging Lantern Room
Social and Economic Policies and Programmes: Body, work and rights #1, Room 005
Social and Economic Policies and Programmes: Interventions for gender equality, Room 010a
Social and Economic Policies and Programmes:Rethinking policy, Room 007
Poverty, Discrimination, and Capability Deprivation: Macroeconomics and Exploita..., Hamish Wood 325
Dislocation and (Non-) Belonging of the Migrant Women in Asia, Room 119
Roundtable: Teaching Gender Analysis in Economics in the Global South, Room 003
Gender Budgeting: Comparative Governmental Developments, Room 001

OPENING RECEPTION | Wine and Canapés
Location: George Moore Building
June 27, 2019 18:30 to 20:00
 
Welcome | Alison Britton

CONCURRENT SESSIONS 3
Locations: listed below
June 28, 2019 08:30 to 10:20
 
Reconciling the world of ‘work’ for gender equality: intersections of care w..., Room 001
Social and Economic Policies and Programmes: Feminism, theory, and politics, Room 004
Working Towards a Global Just Feminist Economy, W119
Households, Care and Unpaid Work: Households, power, and decision-making #1, Room 002
Gender, Assets, and Labour Markets: Finance and enterprise #2, Room W008
Gender, Assets, and Labour Markets: Culture and politics in the economy, W010b
Environment, Agriculture, and Rural Development: Climate change, criminal justic..., Room 003
Social and Economic Policies and Programmes:Public policies for gender equality, Room 007
Poverty, Discrimination, and Capability Deprivation: The multiple dimensions of ..., Room 005
Time and Income/Consumption Poverty in Perspective, W009
Gender Budgeting and Civil Society: the experience of the UK Women's Budget Grou..., Hanging Lantern Room
Gender and Trade Strategy Session: Feminist Economics for Policy and Advocacy, Hamish Wood 324
Social and Economic Policies and Programmes:Policy Advocacy, collective action a..., Hamish Wood 325
Gender and the Macro Economy: The macro-economy and markets #1, W010a

CONCURRENT SESSIONS 4
Locations: listed below
June 28, 2019 10:40 to 12:30
 
Advancing feminist economic alternatives to catalyse change for women’s econom..., Hanging Lantern Room
Empowerment in Practice: Policy and Support for Women in Korea, the United State..., W119
Gender and the Macro Economy: The macro-economy and markets #2, W007
Gender, Assets and Agriculture, W001
Gender, Assets, and Labour Markets: Finance and enterprise #1, W002
Gender, Assets, and Labour Markets: Finance and enterprise #3, W004
Gender, Assets, and Labour Markets: Identity, discrimination, and labour markets..., W008
Poverty, Discrimination, and Capability Deprivation: Methodology and measurement, W010a
Poverty, Discrimination, and Capability Deprivation: The multiple dimensions of ..., W005
Social and Economic Policies and Programmes:Policy Advocacy, collective action a..., Hamish Wood 325
Women's Economic Empowerment and Feminist Foreign Policy in the Current Developm..., W009
Gender, Assets, and Labour Markets: Identity, discrimination, and labour markets..., W003
Social and Economic Policies and Programmes: Food, Education, and Crises, Hamish Wood 324
Roundtable: IAFFE Finance & Budgetary Discussion, W010b

LUNCH | 2019 SURAJ MAL and SHYAMA DEVI AGARWAL BOOK PRIZE
Location: Hamish Wood Building - Room 011
June 28, 2019 12:40 to 13:40
 
Caroline Shenaz Hossein, York University | Politicized Microfinance: Money, Power and Violence in the Black Americas

CONCURRENT SESSIONS 5
Locations: listed below
June 28, 2019 13:50 to 15:40
 
Environment, Agriculture, and Rural Development: Gender, farming, and agricultur..., W007
Gender and Precarious Work in the New Economy, W119
Gender and the Macro Economy: Gender and market structures, Hamish Wood 325
Gender and the Macro Economy: Gender, austerity and crisis, W009
Gender, Assets, and Labour Markets: Identity, discrimination, and labour markets..., W003
Gender, Assets, and Labour Markets: Norms, expectations, and aspirations, W010a
Gender, Assets, and Labour Markets: Work, empowerment, and collective action #2, W005
Households, Care and Unpaid Work: Households, power, and decision-making #3, W010b
Multiple Inequalities , W008
Persistent Inequality: Economic and Social Impacts of Violence Against Women and..., W002
Rethinking Macroeconomics I, W001
Social and Economic Policies and Programmes:Information and technology, Hamish Wood 324
Who Marries Whom and How Does Intermarriage Affect Life Outcomes?, W004
Contemporary Feminist Political Economies of Work, TBA

PLENARY: GENDER IN SCOTLAND'S ECONOMY
Location: Hamish Wood Building - Room 011
June 28, 2019 16:00 to 17:50
 
Chair - Angela O'Hagan, WISE Center for Economic Justice, GCU | Christina McKelvie, Minister for Equalities and Older People | Caroline Gardner, Auditor General | Lady Susan Rice, Chair of Scottish Fiscal Commission - Emma Ritch, Executive Director, Engender | Talat Yaqoob, Executive Director, Equate Scotland and co-founder, Women 50-50

CIVIC RECEPTION + CONFERENCE DINNER + CEILIDH
Location: Glasgow City Chambers
June 28, 2019 19:30 to 00:00
 
Welcome | Glasgow Lord Provost, Councillor Eva Bolander, Scottish Makar (Poet Laureate) Jackie Kay

CONCURRENT SESSIONS 6
Locations: listed below
June 29, 2019 08:30 to 10:20
 
Care Economy: Paid and Unpaid Work in Korea, Room 10b
Gender and the Macro Economy: Gender, globalization and the economy, W003
Gender, Assets, and Labour Markets: Care and workers, W009
Gender, Assets, and Labour Markets: Identity, discrimination, and labour markets..., W119
Marriage, Market and Wealth , W007
Membership Development & Engagement #2, Hamish Wood W008
Participatory budgeting and gender equality – mutually reinforcing or antagoni..., W002
Rethinking Macroeconomics II, W001
Roundtable: Inequality from a Global Perspective, W004
Social and Economic Policies and Programmes: Work-life policies, W005
The Impact of Austerity Policies on Women in the UK, Hanging Lantern Room

CLOSING PLENARY: FEMINISTS CHANGING POLICY
Location: Hamish Wood Building - Room 011
June 29, 2019 10:40 to 12:30
 
Chair - Cheryl Doss, IAFFE, President-Elect | Diane Elson, Chair of the Commission for a Gender Equal Economy | Shahrashoub Razavi, UN Women | Caren Grown, World Bank, Senior Director, Gender | Heidi Hartmann, Institute for Women's Policy Research, President & CEO

Plenary Session
Location:
June 27, 2019 00:00 to 00:00

 

Summary of All Sessions

Click here for an index of all participants

Session
ID code
Date/TimeLocationTitlePapers
46June 27, 2019
11:10-13:00
Room 009 Households, Care and Unpaid Work: Work, care and well-being across the life course #23
61June 27, 2019
11:10-13:00
Room 010b Gender, Assets, and Labour Markets: Identity, discrimination, and labour markets #24
84June 27, 2019
11:10-13:00
Room 007 Social and Economic Policies and Programmes: Body, work and rights #24
81June 27, 2019
11:10-13:00
Room 005 Gender and the Macro Economy: The macro-economy and markets #34
21June 27, 2019
11:10-13:00
Room 001 Gender regimes and alternatives to capitalism4
35June 27, 2019
11:10-13:00
Room 002 Policy approaches to unpaid care: progress and gaps towards SDG 5.4 2
51June 27, 2019
11:10-13:00
Room 324 Households, Care and Unpaid Work: Households, power, and decision-making #24
63June 27, 2019
11:10-13:00
Room 003 Gender, Assets, and Labour Markets: Identity, discrimination, and labour markets #44
20June 27, 2019
11:10-13:00
Hanging Lantern Room Roundtable: Mobilising Maximum Available Resources: Gender Equality and Tax Justice0
49June 27, 2019
11:10-13:00
Room 119 Households, Care and Unpaid Work: Work, care and well-being across the life course #34
82June 27, 2019
11:10-13:00
Room 010a Social and Economic Policies and Programmes: Social protection4
52June 27, 2019
11:10-13:00
Hamish Wood W008 Membership Development & Engagement #10
8June 27, 2019
14:30-16:20
Room 009 Gender implications of formalisation policies: A cross-country analysis0
60June 27, 2019
14:30-16:20
Room 008 Gender, Assets, and Labour Markets: Identity, discrimination, and labour markets #14
67June 27, 2019
14:30-16:20
Room 010b Gender, Assets, and Labour Markets: Work, empowerment, and collective action #14
54June 27, 2019
14:30-16:20
Room 004 Households, Care and Unpaid Work: Households, power, and decision-making #44
45June 27, 2019
14:30-16:20
Room 002 Households, Care and Unpaid Work: Work, care and well-being across the life course #14
17June 27, 2019
14:30-16:20
Hanging Lantern Room Roundtable: Gender equality and economic policy, with a focus on women’s labor and human rights, in the context of developing new standards to tackle discrimination and violence against women in the changing world of work.0
83June 27, 2019
14:30-16:20
Room 005 Social and Economic Policies and Programmes: Body, work and rights #14
86June 27, 2019
14:30-16:20
Room 010a Social and Economic Policies and Programmes: Interventions for gender equality4
91June 27, 2019
14:30-16:20
Room 007 Social and Economic Policies and Programmes:Rethinking policy4
94June 27, 2019
14:30-16:20
Hamish Wood 325 Poverty, Discrimination, and Capability Deprivation: Macroeconomics and Exploitation4
16June 27, 2019
14:30-16:20
Room 119 Dislocation and (Non-) Belonging of the Migrant Women in Asia3
95June 27, 2019
14:30-16:20
Room 003 Roundtable: Teaching Gender Analysis in Economics in the Global South0
31June 27, 2019
14:30-16:20
Room 001 Gender Budgeting: Comparative Governmental Developments5
23June 28, 2019
8:30-10:20
Room 001 Reconciling the world of ‘work’ for gender equality: intersections of care work and paid work 3
92June 28, 2019
8:30-10:20
Room 004 Social and Economic Policies and Programmes: Feminism, theory, and politics4
10June 28, 2019
8:30-10:20
W119 Working Towards a Global Just Feminist Economy4
50June 28, 2019
8:30-10:20
Room 002 Households, Care and Unpaid Work: Households, power, and decision-making #14
56June 28, 2019
8:30-10:20
Room W008 Gender, Assets, and Labour Markets: Finance and enterprise #24
70June 28, 2019
8:30-10:20
W010b Gender, Assets, and Labour Markets: Culture and politics in the economy4
72June 28, 2019
8:30-10:20
Room 003 Environment, Agriculture, and Rural Development: Climate change, criminal justice4
88June 28, 2019
8:30-10:20
Room 007 Social and Economic Policies and Programmes:Public policies for gender equality4
74June 28, 2019
8:30-10:20
Room 005 Poverty, Discrimination, and Capability Deprivation: The multiple dimensions of poverty and deprivation #24
9June 28, 2019
8:30-10:20
W009 Time and Income/Consumption Poverty in Perspective4
13June 28, 2019
8:30-10:20
Hanging Lantern Room Gender Budgeting and Civil Society: the experience of the UK Women's Budget Group0
97June 28, 2019
8:30-10:20
Hamish Wood 324 Gender and Trade Strategy Session: Feminist Economics for Policy and Advocacy0
90June 28, 2019
8:30-10:20
Hamish Wood 325 Social and Economic Policies and Programmes:Policy Advocacy, collective action and solidarity #24
79June 28, 2019
8:30-10:20
W010a Gender and the Macro Economy: The macro-economy and markets #14
14June 28, 2019
10:40-12:30
Hanging Lantern Room Advancing feminist economic alternatives to catalyse change for women’s economic rights0
12June 28, 2019
10:40-12:30
W119 Empowerment in Practice: Policy and Support for Women in Korea, the United States, Canada, and Japan 3
80June 28, 2019
10:40-12:30
W007 Gender and the Macro Economy: The macro-economy and markets #24
38June 28, 2019
10:40-12:30
W001 Gender, Assets and Agriculture4
55June 28, 2019
10:40-12:30
W002 Gender, Assets, and Labour Markets: Finance and enterprise #14
57June 28, 2019
10:40-12:30
W004 Gender, Assets, and Labour Markets: Finance and enterprise #34
64June 28, 2019
10:40-12:30
W008 Gender, Assets, and Labour Markets: Identity, discrimination, and labour markets #54
75June 28, 2019
10:40-12:30
W010a Poverty, Discrimination, and Capability Deprivation: Methodology and measurement4
73June 28, 2019
10:40-12:30
W005 Poverty, Discrimination, and Capability Deprivation: The multiple dimensions of poverty and deprivation #14
89June 28, 2019
10:40-12:30
Hamish Wood 325 Social and Economic Policies and Programmes:Policy Advocacy, collective action and solidarity #14
3June 28, 2019
10:40-12:30
W009 Women's Economic Empowerment and Feminist Foreign Policy in the Current Development Discourse4
66June 28, 2019
10:40-12:30
W003 Gender, Assets, and Labour Markets: Identity, discrimination, and labour markets #74
93June 28, 2019
10:40-12:30
Hamish Wood 324 Social and Economic Policies and Programmes: Food, Education, and Crises4
48June 28, 2019
10:40-12:30
W010b Roundtable: IAFFE Finance & Budgetary Discussion0
71June 28, 2019
13:50-15:40
W007 Environment, Agriculture, and Rural Development: Gender, farming, and agriculture4
41June 28, 2019
13:50-15:40
W119 Gender and Precarious Work in the New Economy4
78June 28, 2019
13:50-15:40
Hamish Wood 325 Gender and the Macro Economy: Gender and market structures4
77June 28, 2019
13:50-15:40
W009 Gender and the Macro Economy: Gender, austerity and crisis4
62June 28, 2019
13:50-15:40
W003 Gender, Assets, and Labour Markets: Identity, discrimination, and labour markets #34
69June 28, 2019
13:50-15:40
W010a Gender, Assets, and Labour Markets: Norms, expectations, and aspirations4
68June 28, 2019
13:50-15:40
W005 Gender, Assets, and Labour Markets: Work, empowerment, and collective action #24
53June 28, 2019
13:50-15:40
W010b Households, Care and Unpaid Work: Households, power, and decision-making #34
25June 28, 2019
13:50-15:40
W008 Multiple Inequalities 4
11June 28, 2019
13:50-15:40
W002 Persistent Inequality: Economic and Social Impacts of Violence Against Women and Girls5
6June 28, 2019
13:50-15:40
W001 Rethinking Macroeconomics I4
87June 28, 2019
13:50-15:40
Hamish Wood 324 Social and Economic Policies and Programmes:Information and technology4
15June 28, 2019
13:50-15:40
W004 Who Marries Whom and How Does Intermarriage Affect Life Outcomes?3
1June 28, 2019
13:50-15:40
TBA Contemporary Feminist Political Economies of Work6
40June 29, 2019
8:30-10:20
Room 10b Care Economy: Paid and Unpaid Work in Korea3
76June 29, 2019
8:30-10:20
W003 Gender and the Macro Economy: Gender, globalization and the economy4
59June 29, 2019
8:30-10:20
W009 Gender, Assets, and Labour Markets: Care and workers4
65June 29, 2019
8:30-10:20
W119 Gender, Assets, and Labour Markets: Identity, discrimination, and labour markets #63
96June 29, 2019
8:30-10:20
W007 Marriage, Market and Wealth 4
58June 29, 2019
8:30-10:20
Hamish Wood W008 Membership Development & Engagement #20
32June 29, 2019
8:30-10:20
W002 Participatory budgeting and gender equality – mutually reinforcing or antagonistic processes?4
7June 29, 2019
8:30-10:20
W001 Rethinking Macroeconomics II4
39June 29, 2019
8:30-10:20
W004 Roundtable: Inequality from a Global Perspective0
85June 29, 2019
8:30-10:20
W005 Social and Economic Policies and Programmes: Work-life policies5
4June 29, 2019
8:30-10:20
Hanging Lantern Room The Impact of Austerity Policies on Women in the UK3
 

78 sessions, 263 papers, and 9 presentations with no associated papers


 

28th IAFFE Annual Conference

Detailed List of Sessions

 
Session ID 46: Households, Care and Unpaid Work: Work, care and well-being across the life course #2
June 27, 2019 11:10 to 13:00
Room 009
 
 

How does early marriage affect the education of women in Brazil?
By Mariana Teixeira; Insper
Regina Madalozzo; Insper Institute of Education and Resear
   presented by: Mariana Teixeira, Insper
 

Impact of Indonesia’s Compulsory Schooling Extension on educational attainment and work outcomes
By Ana Noveria; Newcastle University
   presented by: Ana Noveria, Newcastle University
 

Building aspirations and resistance to early marriage : The role of a conditional cash transfer to adolescent girls in West Bengal, India
By Anindita Sen; University of Calcutta
   presented by: Anindita Sen, University of Calcutta
 
Session ID 61: Gender, Assets, and Labour Markets: Identity, discrimination, and labour markets #2
June 27, 2019 11:10 to 13:00
Room 010b
 
 

"Is it really discrimination if everyone is required to do the same??” The neoliberal justification of labour market discrimination against women wearing headscarves
By Doris Weichselbaumer; University of Linz
   presented by: Doris Weichselbaumer, University of Linz
 

By the Content of their Character? Discrimination, Social Identity, and Observed Distributions of Income
By Paulo dos Santos; New School for Social Research
Noé Wiener; University of Massachusetts Amherst
   presented by: Noé Wiener, University of Massachusetts Amherst
 

Measuring the Impact of Sexual Harassment in the Workplace
By Marcella Corsi; Sapienza University of Rome
Giulia Zacchia; Sapienza University of Rome
   presented by: Marcella Corsi, Sapienza University of Rome
 

Effects of crime and security issues on urban informal market trade: experiences of Ghanaian women traders in two formalized markets in Accra, Ghana
By Charlotte Wrigley-Asante; University of Ghana
   presented by: Charlotte Wrigley-Asante, University of Ghana
 
Session ID 84: Social and Economic Policies and Programmes: Body, work and rights #2
June 27, 2019 11:10 to 13:00
Room 007
 
 

INEQUALITIES IN HEALTH CARE UTILISATION AND UNIVERSAL HEALTH COVERAGE IN SENEGAL: AN ANALYSIS BY THE DECOMPOSITION METHOD
By Mouhamed Samba; Université de Thiès
Ibrahima Thiam; Université de Thiès
   presented by: Mouhamed Samba, Université de Thiès
 

What lies beneath: What an intersectional analysis can reveal about ‘cost-effectiveness’ and the ‘value’ of healthcare
By Devora Shapiro; Southern Oregon University
Jacqueline Strenio; Southern Oregon University
   presented by: Devora Shapiro, Southern Oregon University
 

Gender Inequality in Haryana : The Preference of Sons over Daughters
By anjana garg; M.D.University,Rohtak
   presented by: anjana garg, M.D.University,Rohtak
 

Risk Aversion and Diversification of Health Information Sources among Marginalized Women in Guatemala
By Brooke Krause; The College of Wooster
   presented by: Brooke Krause, The College of Wooster
 
Session ID 81: Gender and the Macro Economy: The macro-economy and markets #3
June 27, 2019 11:10 to 13:00
Room 005
 
 

Sociological and Economic Reasons for the Decline In Market And Non-Market Work Among Females In Rural India
By Amaresh Dubey; Jawaharlal Nehru University
   presented by: Amaresh Dubey, Jawaharlal Nehru University
 

Women’s labour market inclusion in rural-urban territories
By Chiara Cazzuffi; Rimisp - Latin American Center for Rural Development
David López Moreno; Rimisp
Santiago Satizábal; Rimisp
   presented by: Chiara Cazzuffi, Rimisp - Latin American Center for Rural Development
 

Tax Increment Financing and Gentrification of Urban Communities
By April Burrage; University of Massachusetts at Amherst
   presented by: April Burrage, University of Massachusetts at Amherst
 

The Trilemma of Gender Based Analysis.
By Frances Woolley; Carleton University
   presented by: Frances Woolley, Carleton University
 
Session ID 21: Gender regimes and alternatives to capitalism
June 27, 2019 11:10 to 13:00
Room 001
 
Session Chair: S Charusheela, University of Washington, Bothell
 

Masculinity and Capitalism in the Public Private Split in the American Economy
By Barbara Hopkins; Wright State University
   presented by: Barbara Hopkins, Wright State University
 

Counter-systemic epistemologies of feminist economics
By Karin Schoenpflug; Institute for Advanced Studies (IHS) Vienna
   presented by: Karin Schoenpflug, Institute for Advanced Studies (IHS) Vienna
 

Nervous Conditions: Neurasthenia and the Modern Economic Subject
By Colin Danby; University of Washington, Bothell
   presented by: Colin Danby, University of Washington, Bothell
 

Planning or Care: Masculinist and Decolonial Feminist Visions of Solidarity
By S Charusheela; University of Washington, Bothell
   presented by: S Charusheela, University of Washington, Bothell
 
Session ID 35: Policy approaches to unpaid care: progress and gaps towards SDG 5.4
June 27, 2019 11:10 to 13:00
Room 002
 
Session Chair: Zahrah Nesbitt-Ahmed,
 

Policy approaches to unpaid care: investing in infrastructure and promoting shared household responsibility
By Sally BADEN; Independent Consultant and Researcher
   presented by: Sally BADEN, Independent Consultant and Researcher
 

Policy approaches to unpaid care and work: challenges and opportunities in public care services provision
By Susan Joekes
   presented by: Susan Joekes,
 

Discussant:   Sarah Gammage, ICRW
 
Session ID 51: Households, Care and Unpaid Work: Households, power, and decision-making #2
June 27, 2019 11:10 to 13:00
Room 324
 
 

Patterns of household time allocation after out-migration
By Hannah Randolph; American University
   presented by: Hannah Randolph, American University
 

Remittances, Household Labour Supply and Investments: Evidence from Bangladesh
By Sophie Boote; University of Oxford
   presented by: Sophie Boote, University of Oxford
 

The Mother-in-Law Effect: Linking qualitative observations to quantitative analysis on household structure, migration, and empowerment in Nepal
By Cheryl Doss; University of Oxford
Ruth Meinzen-Dick; IFPRI
Rajendra Pradhan; Nepa School
   presented by: Cheryl Doss, University of Oxford
 

He has gone but how is she doing? Impact of male out-migration on women’s employment and empowerment in agriculture: Evidence from Tajikistan
By Kashi Kafle; International water management institute (IWMI)
Erdgin Mane; The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations
Susan Kaaria; FAO
Vanya Slavchevska; CGIAR
   presented by: Erdgin Mane, The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations
 
Session ID 63: Gender, Assets, and Labour Markets: Identity, discrimination, and labour markets #4
June 27, 2019 11:10 to 13:00
Room 003
 
 

The gender pay gap for part-time women workers in South Africa
By Kathryn Beek; Stellenbosch University
Olivia Ezeobi; Stellenbosch University
   presented by: Olivia Ezeobi, Stellenbosch University
 

The Gender Pay Gap in Turkey's ICT Sector
By Fadime Sahin
   presented by: Fadime Sahin,
 

Net effects of cognitive and noncognitive skills on earnings and type of employment
By Dileni Gunewardena; University of Peradeniya
Elizabeth King; Brookings Institution
Alexandria Valerio; World Bank
   presented by: Dileni Gunewardena, University of Peradeniya
 

“Obviously women are going to get lower wages than men!” Unpacking norms and perceptions around difference in daily wages in rural Bangladesh
By Lopita Huq; BRAC University
   presented by: Lopita Huq, BRAC University
 
Session ID 20: Roundtable: Mobilising Maximum Available Resources: Gender Equality and Tax Justice
June 27, 2019 11:10 to 13:00
Hanging Lantern Room
 
Session Chair: Elisabeth Klatzer, Independent Researcher/Activist
 

Discussants:
     1 Angela O'Hagan, Glasgow Caledonian University
     2 Ruth Pearson, Professor
     3 Matti Kohonen, Christian Aid
     4 Anam Butt, Oxfam Great Britain
 
Session ID 49: Households, Care and Unpaid Work: Work, care and well-being across the life course #3
June 27, 2019 11:10 to 13:00
Room 119
 
 

Your days are numbered: A critical look at healthy active aging
By Martha MacDonald; Saint Mary's University
Albert Banerjee; St. Thomas University
Jacqueline Choiniere; York University
   presented by: Martha MacDonald, Saint Mary's University
 

Women Empowerment and Economic Growth: (A spatial econometric analysis in a global perspective)
By nisar Ahmad; Sultan Qaboos University
Amjad Naveed; Aarhus University
   presented by: Amjad Naveed, Aarhus University
 

Changing levels of inequality where age and gender intersect.
By Siobhan Austen; Curtin University
   presented by: Siobhan Austen, Curtin University
 

Employment biographies, pension and health: an international comparison
By Tindara Addabbo; University of Modena e Reggion Emilia, I
Laura Romeu Gordo; Deutsches Zentrum für Altersfragen
Michaela Gstrein; WPZ Research
Rita Borges Neves; Social Sciences Institute, Univ.Minho - ScHARR, University of Sheffield
   presented by: Tindara Addabbo, University of Modena e Reggion Emilia, I
 
Session ID 82: Social and Economic Policies and Programmes: Social protection
June 27, 2019 11:10 to 13:00
Room 010a
 
 

Public provision of non-farm employment for the rural poor and impact on health outcomes in Ghana: the role of social protection
By Isaac Osei‐Akoto; University of Ghana
   presented by: Isaac Osei‐Akoto, University of Ghana
 

Do asset transfers to women in extreme poverty enhance their capabilities? Qualitative evaluations of short and long term impacts
By Naila Kabeer; London School of Economics and Political
   presented by: Naila Kabeer, London School of Economics and Political
 

Employment Effects of Unemployment Benefits in Mauritius
By Hannah Liepmann; International Labour Organization
Clemente Pignatti Morano; International Labour Organization and Graduate Institute of Geneva
   presented by: Hannah Liepmann, International Labour Organization
 

Investing in free universal childcare. A comparative analysis of costs, short-term employment effects and fiscal revenue in South Africa, Turkey, the UK and Uruguay
By Jerome De Henau; The Open University
   presented by: Jerome De Henau, The Open University
 
Session ID 52: Membership Development & Engagement #1
June 27, 2019 11:10 to 13:00
Hamish Wood W008
 
Session Chair: Amanda Kaiser, Kaiser Insights LLC
 
Session ID 8: Gender implications of formalisation policies: A cross-country analysis
June 27, 2019 14:30 to 16:20
Room 009
 
Session Chair: Jayati Ghosh, Jawaharlal Nehru University
 

Discussants:
     1 Dzodzi Tsikata, University of Ghana
     2 Hameda Deedat, NALEDA
     3 C.P. Chandrasekhar, Jawaharlal Nehru University
     4 Jessica Vechbanyongratana, Chulalongkorn University
     5 Mouna Cherkaoui, Mohammad V University
 
Session ID 60: Gender, Assets, and Labour Markets: Identity, discrimination, and labour markets #1
June 27, 2019 14:30 to 16:20
Room 008
 
 

Gender, employment and earnings of young adults in developing countries: Evidence from the Young Lives Survey
By Fiona Carmichael; University of Birmingham
Christian Darko; University of Birmingham
Nicholas Vasilakos; University of East Anglia
   presented by: Christian Darko, University of Birmingham
 

Gendered aspects of young people and precarious work
By Arlette Covarrubias; El Colegio MExiquense A.C.
   presented by: Arlette Covarrubias, El Colegio MExiquense A.C.
 

Revisiting the U.S. Motherhood Wage Penalty: Proximity to Family & Work
By Mariana Ronchini; University of Massachusetts Boston
   presented by: Mariana Ronchini, University of Massachusetts Boston
 

The menopause taboo and work: The impact of menopause on the working lives of women in the police force
By Carol Atkinson; MMU
Fiona Carmichael; University of Birmingham
Jo Duberley; University of Birmingham
   presented by: Fiona Carmichael, University of Birmingham
 
Session ID 67: Gender, Assets, and Labour Markets: Work, empowerment, and collective action #1
June 27, 2019 14:30 to 16:20
Room 010b
 
 

ANALYSIS OF POWER AND EM(POWER)MENT IN NON-GOVERNMENTAL ORGANISATION(NGO) LED COLLECTIVE ORGANISATION OF WOMEN : A CASE STUDY OF PASCHIM BANGA GRIHA PARICHARIKA SAMITI( WEST BENGAL DOMESTIC WORKERS’ UNION) AND SRISHTY FOR HUMAN RIGHTS SOCIETY(SRISHTY)
By Ayshi Banerjee; Institute of Development Studies
   presented by: Ayshi Banerjee, Institute of Development Studies
 

Feminist Labor Politics in the Neo-liberal Era: A Study of Women Workers’ Protest in the Tea Plantations of South India
By Binitha Thampi; IIT Madras
   presented by: Binitha Thampi, IIT Madras
 

The Impact of Employment In Women's Empowerment: Does A Job Suffice? Evidence from Kosovo
By Dita Dobranja; Riinvest Institute
Ilire Mehmeti; Riinvest Institute
   presented by: Dita Dobranja, Riinvest Institute
 

Negotiating with the Gendered Spaces of Tea Estates
By Anu Philipose; University of Hyderabad
   presented by: Anu Philipose, University of Hyderabad
 
Session ID 54: Households, Care and Unpaid Work: Households, power, and decision-making #4
June 27, 2019 14:30 to 16:20
Room 004
 
 

Where is gender in the analysis of the coping strategies of Syrian refugee households in Lebanon?
By Saja Al Zoubi; University of Oxford
   presented by: Saja Al Zoubi, University of Oxford
 

Familial Coping with Chronic Illness: Evidence from Malawi
By Catherine Hensly; American University
   presented by: Catherine Hensly, American University
 

How are women react a demographic shock? An analysis between divorce and female economic status
By Ana de Almeida; University Federal of Viçosa
Lorena Costa; UFV
   presented by: Ana de Almeida, University Federal of Viçosa
 

The economic consequences of intimate partner violence: evidence from the United States
By Jacqueline Strenio; Southern Oregon University
   presented by: Jacqueline Strenio, Southern Oregon University
 
Session ID 45: Households, Care and Unpaid Work: Work, care and well-being across the life course #1
June 27, 2019 14:30 to 16:20
Room 002
 
 

Socially locating children’s participation in care work: empirical data from a qualitative study of young carers in the UK
By Chloe Alexander; University of Birmingham
   presented by: Chloe Alexander, University of Birmingham
 

Children’s Roles in Social Reproduction: reexamining the discourse on care through a child lens
By Elena Camilletti; UNICEF
Prerna Banati; UNICEF
Sarah Cook; UNSW
   presented by: Elena Camilletti, UNICEF
 

Is the distribution of “invisible” homework the most egalitarian among our grandparents?
By Irina Kalabikhina; Lomonosov Moscow State University
Zhadra Shaikenova; Lomonosov Moscow State University
   presented by: Irina Kalabikhina, Lomonosov Moscow State University
 

A Bayesian Estimation and Prediction of Child Labour in India
By Jihye Kim; University of Manchester
Wendy Olsen; University of Manchester
Arkadiusz Wiśniowski; University of Manchester
   presented by: Jihye Kim, University of Manchester
 
Session ID 17: Roundtable: Gender equality and economic policy, with a focus on women’s labor and human rights, in the context of developing new standards to tackle discrimination and violence against women in the changing world of work.
June 27, 2019 14:30 to 16:20
Hanging Lantern Room
 
Session Chair: Melissa Upreti, Center for Women's Global Leadership
 

Discussants:
     1 Radhika Balakrishnan, Rutgers University
     2 Nata Duvvury, National University of Ireland, Galway
     3 Melissa Upreti, Center for Women's Global Leadership
 
Session ID 83: Social and Economic Policies and Programmes: Body, work and rights #1
June 27, 2019 14:30 to 16:20
Room 005
 
 

The Economics of the Global Gag Rule and Sexual Citizenship
By manjot multani; California Institute of Integral Studies
   presented by: manjot multani, California Institute of Integral Studies
 

Does Comprehensive Sex Education Reduce Teenage Pregnancies? A Study of North Carolina’s 2009 Healthy Youth Act
By Melissa Mahoney; University of North Carolina Asheville
Caroline Meyers; UNC Asheville
Kathleen Lawlor; University of North Carolina Asheville
   presented by: Melissa Mahoney, University of North Carolina Asheville
 

Reproductive Healthcare and Women’s Economic Opportunity: How identity and position shape pathways between the two and women’s capabilities.
By Kate Bahn; Washington Center for Equitable Growth
Melissa Mahoney; University of North Carolina Asheville
Annie McGrew; Center for American Progress
   presented by: Melissa Mahoney, University of North Carolina Asheville
 

The Origins of Female Genital Cutting
By Lindsey Novak; Colby College
   presented by: Lindsey Novak, Colby College
 
Session ID 86: Social and Economic Policies and Programmes: Interventions for gender equality
June 27, 2019 14:30 to 16:20
Room 010a
 
 

Empowering women in agriculture: With information or role models?
By Els Lecoutere; University of Antwerp
David Spielman; International Food Policy Research Institute
Bjorn Van Campenhout; International Food Policy Research Institute
   presented by: Els Lecoutere, University of Antwerp
 

Gender Gap in public good preferences in Africa: Do gender norms matter?
By OULIMATA NDIAYE; CERDI Clermont Auvergne University
   presented by: OULIMATA NDIAYE, CERDI Clermont Auvergne University
 

Take five ? Challenges for GRB training
By claudy vouhe; etre egale
   presented by: claudy vouhe, etre egale
 

Effects of HIV on gender-gaps in educational attainment of children in Zimbabwe: A non-linear multivariate decomposition analysis
By Tatenda Zinyemba; United Nations University-MERIT
Wim Groot; Maastricht University
Milena Pavlova; Maastricht University
   presented by: Tatenda Zinyemba, United Nations University-MERIT
 
Session ID 91: Social and Economic Policies and Programmes:Rethinking policy
June 27, 2019 14:30 to 16:20
Room 007
 
 

Women, gender targets, and purchasing power: a feminist position on the ethical considerations of market systems approaches and programming
By Fatimah Kelleher; WISE Development Network
   presented by: Fatimah Kelleher, WISE Development Network
 

Re-Thinking Female Empowerment and Gender Equality: Finding Lessons for the Sustainable Development Goals by Unpacking the Black Box of Unpaid Work in the United Kingdom and Ghana
By Amanda Koppang Willfors
   presented by: Amanda Koppang Willfors,
 

Re-interpreting social costs and social infrastructure on the basis of the ethic of care
By Stefan Kesting; Leeds University Business School
   presented by: Stefan Kesting, Leeds University Business School
 

Does greater financial inclusion of women farmers and pastoralists in Afar and Oromia lead to greater economic empowerment of rural women and increased household food security?
By Marya Hillesland; FAO
Erdgin Mane; FAO
Susan Kaaria; FAO
Vanya Slavchevska; CGIAR
Mihret Alemu; FAOET
   presented by: Marya Hillesland, FAO
 
Session ID 94: Poverty, Discrimination, and Capability Deprivation: Macroeconomics and Exploitation
June 27, 2019 14:30 to 16:20
Hamish Wood 325
 
 

The Effect of Gender and Telecommunications on Human Trafficking
By Teresa Perry; Colorado State University
   presented by: Teresa Perry, Colorado State University
 

Comparing the relationship between sole versus assisted childcare, and subjective well-being in South Africa
By Dorrit Posel; University of the Witwatersrand
Michelle Hatch; UKZN
   presented by: Michelle Hatch, UKZN
 

Tax awareness and citizen participation from the gender perspective: an empirical study
By Gloria Alarcón; Universidad de Murcia
Jose Manuel Mayor
   presented by: Jose Manuel Mayor,
 

Gender equality and economic growth: results from a new Comprehensive Index of Gender Equality
By Geske Dijkstra; Erasmus University Rotterdam
Lola Lautenschlaeger; Erasmus University Rotterdam
   presented by: Geske Dijkstra, Erasmus University Rotterdam
 
Session ID 16: Dislocation and (Non-) Belonging of the Migrant Women in Asia
June 27, 2019 14:30 to 16:20
Room 119
 
Session Chair: Fumie Ohashi, Ochanomizu University
 

Between Trafficking and Migration: Dislocation and Solidarity among Filipino Migrant Women and Japanese Filipino Children, NGOs
By Sera Ono; JSPS
   presented by: Sera Ono, JSPS
 

Situated in Dislocation: Rural Migrant Domestic Workers Mooring Strategies in Urban China
By Fumie Ohashi; Ochanomizu University
   presented by: Fumie Ohashi, Ochanomizu University
 

Examining Karayuki-san in Light of Migration and “(Non-)Belonging”
By Niina Takemoto; JSPS
   presented by: Niina Takemoto, JSPS
 
Session ID 95: Roundtable: Teaching Gender Analysis in Economics in the Global South
June 27, 2019 14:30 to 16:20
Room 003
 
Session Chair: Mieke Meurs, American University
 

Discussants:
     1 Myagmarsuren Boldbaatar, National University of Mongolia
     2 Otgontugs Banzragch, National University of Mongolia
     3 Dileni Gunewardena, University of Peradeniya
     4 Samanmala Doribawila, University of Peradeniya
     5 Ana María Tribin, Banco de la República
     6 Yady Barerro, University of Antioquia
 
Session ID 31: Gender Budgeting: Comparative Governmental Developments
June 27, 2019 14:30 to 16:20
Room 001
 
Session Chair: Angela O'Hagan, Glasgow Caledonian University
 

Watching the neighbours: Lessons on gender budgeting from Scotland and Wales
By Angela O'Hagan; Glasgow Caledonian University
   presented by: Angela O'Hagan, Glasgow Caledonian University
 

Integrated well-being gender budgeting from a capability approach perspective: evidences from Senegal
By Tindara Addabbo; University of Modena and Reggio Emilia
Antonella Picchio; University of Modena and Reggio Emilia
Caterina Arciprete; University of Florence
Mario Biggeri; University of Florence
   presented by: Caterina Arciprete, University of Florence
 

The organizational culture in the management of objective and subjective power, a key deterrent factor in Gender-Responsive Budgeting.
By Mariana Gonzalez-Pirez
   presented by: Mariana Gonzalez-Pirez,
 

Implementing Gender Responsive Budgets in Municipal Level: Istanbul Beylikdüzü and Eskişehir Odunpazarı Cases
By Özgün Akduran; Istanbul University
   presented by: Özgün Akduran, Istanbul University
 

Implementing Gender Responsive Budgeting in Ukraine: Achievements and Challenges of a “PFM-focused” approach
By Maja Bosnic; Sida funded Gender Budgeting in Ukraine Project
Catharina Schmitz; NIRAS
Elisabeth Klatzer; Independent Researcher/Activist
   presented by: Elisabeth Klatzer, Independent Researcher/Activist
 
Session ID 23: Reconciling the world of ‘work’ for gender equality: intersections of care work and paid work
June 28, 2019 8:30 to 10:20
Room 001
 
 

Is the Maternity Benefit Amendment Act in India missing an Ethics of Care?
By Meenakshi Krishnan; Institude of Development Studies
   presented by: Meenakshi Krishnan, Institude of Development Studies
 

Childcare and women’s empowerment: Evidence from four countries
By Deepta Chopra; Institute of Development Studies
Amrita Saha; Institute of Development Studies
   presented by: Deepta Chopra, Institute of Development Studies
 

Operationalising ‘Depletion’: Evidence from India, Nepal, Rwanda and Tanzania
By Amrita Saha; Institute of Development Studies
Deepta Chopra; Institute of Development Studies
   presented by: Amrita Saha, Institute of Development Studies
 
Session ID 92: Social and Economic Policies and Programmes: Feminism, theory, and politics
June 28, 2019 8:30 to 10:20
Room 004
 
 

Honouring British Feminist Economists: Recognition as caring activity
By Kanchana Ruwanpura; University of Edinburgh
   presented by: Kanchana Ruwanpura, University of Edinburgh
 

Women’s Exploitation beyond the Productive Realm: Unpaid Reproductive Labour of Women Garment Workers in Turkey
By Ayse Arslan; Hacettepe University
   presented by: Ayse Arslan, Hacettepe University
 

Insights from the international roots of IAFFE
By Kristin Dale; Univeristy of Agder
   presented by: Kristin Dale, Univeristy of Agder
 

What we need is good theory and radical politics
By Antonella Picchio
   presented by: Antonella Picchio,
 
Session ID 10: Working Towards a Global Just Feminist Economy
June 28, 2019 8:30 to 10:20
W119
 
Session Chair: Inna Michaeli, Association for Women's Rights in Development (AWID)
 

Unpaid Care, Intersecting Inequalities and the Power of Public Services
By Anam Butt; Oxfam Great Britain
Diya Dutta; Oxfam India
   presented by: Anam Butt, Oxfam Great Britain
                         Diya Dutta, Oxfam India
 

Working towards a just feminist economy: The role of decent work, public services, progressive taxation and corporate accountability in achieving women’s rights
By Roosje Saalbrink; Womankind Worldwide
   presented by: Roosje Saalbrink, Womankind Worldwide
 

Women's Rights Beyond The Business Case: Ensuring Corporate Accountability
By Wangari Kinoti; Action Aid
   presented by: Wangari Kinoti, Action Aid
 

Why debt servicing in Africa is harming African women
By Dinah Musindarwezo; Womankind Worldwide
   presented by: Dinah Musindarwezo, Womankind Worldwide
 

Discussants:
     1 Emma Burgisser, Bretton Woods Project
     2 James Heintz, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
 
Session ID 50: Households, Care and Unpaid Work: Households, power, and decision-making #1
June 28, 2019 8:30 to 10:20
Room 002
 
 

Women’s Time Use and Decision-Making in Mongolian Herding Households
By Amarjargal Amartuvshin; University of the Humanities
Otgontugs Banzragch; National University of Mongolia
Myagmarsuren Boldbaatar; National University of Mongolia
Mieke Meurs; American University
   presented by: Mieke Meurs, American University
 

GENDER, TIME USE AND FOOD SECURITY: EVIDENCES FROM BRAZIL
By Cicero Braga; UFV
Lorena Costa; UFV
   presented by: Cicero Braga, UFV
 

Gender differentials in time use: Implications for household efficiency in agricultural productivity in Nigeria
By Olajumoke Adeyeye; Obafemi Awolowo University
Ayodeji Ogunleye; Obafemi Awolowo University
Adebayo Akinola; Obafemi Awolowo University
Adebayo Bamire; Obafemi Awolowo University
Abdoulaye Tahirou; International Institute of Tropical Agriculture
Hannah Reed; Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation
Didier Alia; University of Washington
Ayala Wineman; University of Washington
   presented by: Olajumoke Adeyeye, Obafemi Awolowo University
 

The Impact of Households Appliances on Education Outcomes: Evidence from Mexico
By Dulce Guevara Lopez; London School of Economics and Political Science
   presented by: Dulce Guevara Lopez, London School of Economics and Political Science
 
Session ID 56: Gender, Assets, and Labour Markets: Finance and enterprise #2
June 28, 2019 8:30 to 10:20
Room W008
 
 

Collective action, individual agency and gender outcomes: Through the lens of microfinance
By Supriya Garikipati; University of Liverpool
   presented by: Supriya Garikipati, University of Liverpool
 

Intergenerational Effects of Early Age Marriages of Women and their Empowerment on Children’s Education in EAG States of India
By Pratap Mohanty; Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee
Ayusmati Das; Jawaharlal Nehru University
   presented by: Pratap Mohanty, Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee
 

Do Women Really Saving Differently Than Men?
By Isalia Nava-Bolaños; UNAM
   presented by: Isalia Nava-Bolaños, UNAM
 

Towards more caring and equalizing institutions: The role of economic democracy
By Robert McMaster
   presented by: Robert McMaster,
 
Session ID 70: Gender, Assets, and Labour Markets: Culture and politics in the economy
June 28, 2019 8:30 to 10:20
W010b
 
 

Culture: Determining Factor in Female Participation in Politics?
By Luiza Morelli; Insper
Regina Madalozzo; Insper Institute of Education and Resear
   presented by: Luiza Morelli, Insper
 

WOMEN AS POLICY MAKERS AT GRASS ROOT LEVEL IN INDIA: A PUZZLE IN HARYANA
By Kavita Chakravarty; Maharshi Dayanand University, Rohtak
   presented by: Kavita Chakravarty, Maharshi Dayanand University, Rohtak
 

„my fe*male gaze: gender goes mainstream? An Analysis of gender relations and female representation in the docu-drama Hidden Figures“
By Michaela GSTREIN; WPZ Research
   presented by: Michaela GSTREIN, WPZ Research
 

Gender Bias in the Movie Industry
By Victor Fernandez-Blanco; Universidad de Oviedo
maria jose perez-villadoniga; Oviedo University
Fernanda Gutierrez-Navratil; Public University of Navarre
Juan Prieto-Rodriguez; University of Oviedo
   presented by: Fernanda Gutierrez-Navratil, Public University of Navarre
 
Session ID 72: Environment, Agriculture, and Rural Development: Climate change, criminal justice
June 28, 2019 8:30 to 10:20
Room 003
 
 

Gender and climate justice: feminist ecological economics in practice
By Patricia Perkins; York University
   presented by: Patricia Perkins, York University
 

Who pollutes more? Gender differences in consumptions patterns
By Mònica Serrano; University of Barcelona
Francisca Toro; University of Oviedo
Montserrat Guillen; Universitat de Barcelona
   presented by: Francisca Toro, University of Oviedo
 

Degrowth and Feminist Economics: Towards a Mutually Enriching Alliance
By Corinna Dengler; University of Vechta
   presented by: Corinna Dengler, University of Vechta
 

Normative Foundations of Pluralist Feminist Economics
By Ulrike Knobloch; University of Vechta
   presented by: Ulrike Knobloch, University of Vechta
 
Session ID 88: Social and Economic Policies and Programmes:Public policies for gender equality
June 28, 2019 8:30 to 10:20
Room 007
 
 

Can a systems approach help address workplace gender equality?
By Abigail Powell; UNSW Australia
Fanny Salignac; Kedge Business School
   presented by: Abigail Powell, UNSW Australia
 

Pushing back on macro-economic policies:public services for women's rights
By Baishali Chatterjee; Action Aid
   presented by: Baishali Chatterjee, Action Aid
 

The place of cities and provinces in advancing women’s human rights: A critical analysis of gender and trade in Africa
By Michelle Maziwisa; University of the Western Cape
   presented by: Michelle Maziwisa, University of the Western Cape
 

Double Discrimination and Policies in Brazil
By Laura Diniz Penteado de Barros; University of Goettingen
Manuel Santos Silva; University of Goettingen
   presented by: Laura Diniz Penteado de Barros, University of Goettingen
 
Session ID 74: Poverty, Discrimination, and Capability Deprivation: The multiple dimensions of poverty and deprivation #2
June 28, 2019 8:30 to 10:20
Room 005
 
 

Exploring the Continuum: Violence Against Women and Security in Nepal’s Transition to Peace
By Smita Ramnarain; University of Rhode Island
   presented by: Smita Ramnarain, University of Rhode Island
 

The intergenerational transmission of disadvantage into the labor market in Europe. The role of fathers and mothers
By Paola Villa; University of Trento
   presented by: Paola Villa, University of Trento
 

Unpacking Household Asset Inequality: Evidence from Post War Eastern Sri Lanka
By Sasini Kulatunga; University of Colombo
   presented by: Sasini Kulatunga, University of Colombo
 

Women's Property Rights and the Intra-Household Distribution of Wealth. Puzzles in Latin American Economic History
By Carmen Diana Deere; University of Florida
   presented by: Carmen Diana Deere, University of Florida
 
Session ID 9: Time and Income/Consumption Poverty in Perspective
June 28, 2019 8:30 to 10:20
W009
 
Session Chair: Thomas Masterson, Levy Economics Institute of Bard College
 

Policy interventions to reduce unpaid work activities in Ghana and Tanzania: policy design and macroeconomic impacts
By Ajit Zacharias; Levy Economics Institute of Bard College
Thomas Masterson; Levy Economics Institute of Bard College
Michalis Nikiforos; Levy Economics Institute
Fernando Rios-Avila; Levy Economics Institute of Bard College
Kijong Kim; Levy Economics Institute of Bard College
Tamar Khitarishvili; Levy Economics Institute of Bard College
   presented by: Ajit Zacharias, Levy Economics Institute of Bard College
 

Policy interventions to reduce unpaid activities in Ghana and Tanzania: microeconomic impacts
By Thomas Masterson; Levy Economics Institute of Bard College
Ajit Zacharias; Levy Economics Institute of Bard College
Michalis Nikiforos; Levy Economics Institute
Fernando Rios-Avila; Levy Economics Institute of Bard College
Kijong Kim; Levy Economics Institute of Bard College
Tamar Khitarishvili; Levy Economics Institute of Bard College
   presented by: Thomas Masterson, Levy Economics Institute of Bard College
 

The Dual Problem of Women’s Time Poverty and Inactivity in Italy. An application of LIMTIP
By Erica Aloe; Sapienza University of Rome
   presented by: Erica Aloe, Sapienza University of Rome
 

Into the margin! Women and Microfinance in Europe
By Marcella Corsi; Sapienza University of Rome
Giulia Zacchia; Sapienza University of Rome
Fabrizio Botti; Università degli Studi Guglielmo Marconi
   presented by: Giulia Zacchia, Sapienza University of Rome
 
Session ID 13: Gender Budgeting and Civil Society: the experience of the UK Women's Budget Group
June 28, 2019 8:30 to 10:20
Hanging Lantern Room
 
Session Chair: Ruth Pearson, Professor
 

Discussants:
     1 Jerome De Henau, The Open University
     2 Diane Elson, University of Essex
     3 Sara Reis, UK Women's Budget Group
 
Session ID 97: Gender and Trade Strategy Session: Feminist Economics for Policy and Advocacy
June 28, 2019 8:30 to 10:20
Hamish Wood 324
 
 

Discussants:
     1 Rachel Noble, ActionAid UK
     2 Mariama Williams, IGTN
     3 Edme Dominguez, University of Gottemburg
     4 Marzia Fontana, Institute of Development Studies at Suss
 
Session ID 90: Social and Economic Policies and Programmes:Policy Advocacy, collective action and solidarity #2
June 28, 2019 8:30 to 10:20
Hamish Wood 325
 
 

Caring for solidarity // German Trade unions’ role in the care economy – recognizing questions of gender, class and race/migration – a materialist feminist approach
By Ann-Christin Kleinert; University of Vechta
   presented by: Ann-Christin Kleinert, University of Vechta
 

Solidarity with Indigenous Families: Can Supporting Mothers Help to Keep their Children out of the Child Welfare and Youth Justice Systems in Manitoba, Canada
By Lorna Turnbull; University of Manitoba,
   presented by: Lorna Turnbull, University of Manitoba,
 

“Putting caregivers for persons in situation of dependency on the agenda: Case study of the mobilisation of Chilean women”
By María Terminel Salinas
   presented by: María Terminel Salinas,
 

Cooperation and the provision of local public goods in remote rural communities
By Patrick Ward; Duke Kunshan University
Muzna Alvi; International Food Policy Research Institute
David Spielman; International Food Policy Research Institute
   presented by: Muzna Alvi, International Food Policy Research Institute
 
Session ID 79: Gender and the Macro Economy: The macro-economy and markets #1
June 28, 2019 8:30 to 10:20
W010a
 
 

Gender, Employment and Poverty in Asia: Trends and policy implications
By Naoko Otobe
   presented by: Naoko Otobe,
 

Labor markets and informal work in the Global South
By Alma Espino; CIEDUR
   presented by: Alma Espino, CIEDUR
 

Hegemonic Masculinity Under Capitalism: Women, Work, and Wellbeing
By Sarah Small; Colorado State University
   presented by: Sarah Small, Colorado State University
 

Gendered varieties of endogamous kinship structures and married women’s labor supply in Pakistan
By Sana Khalil; University of Massachusetts Amherst
   presented by: Sana Khalil, University of Massachusetts Amherst
 
Session ID 14: Advancing feminist economic alternatives to catalyse change for women’s economic rights
June 28, 2019 10:40 to 12:30
Hanging Lantern Room
 
Session Chair: Wangari Kinoti, Action Aid
 

Discussants:
     1 Crystal Simeoni, FEMNET
     2 Naila Kabeer, London School of Economics and Political
     3 Jayati Ghosh, Jawaharlal Nehru University
     4 Radhika Balakrishnan, Rutgers University
     5 Dzodzi Tsikata, University of Ghana
     6 Roosje Saalbrink, Womankind Worldwide
     7 Inna Michaeli, Association for Women's Rights in Development (AWID)
 
Session ID 12: Empowerment in Practice: Policy and Support for Women in Korea, the United States, Canada, and Japan
June 28, 2019 10:40 to 12:30
W119
 
Session Chair: Mariko OGAWA, Kyushu Univeersity
 

Opening a space for transnational feminist activism: Formation of marriage migrant women’s collectives in Korea
By Akwi Seo; Fukuoka Women's University
   presented by: Akwi Seo, Fukuoka Women's University
 

Empowerment of women in vocational training in Japan: Focus on quality of life and change in motivation after training
By Ami Hayashi; Ochanomizu University
   presented by: Ami Hayashi, Ochanomizu University
 

Comparative Studies of Gender Equality Policy in the United States, Canada, and Japan: Perspectives from women NGO’s initiative on domestic violence programs
By Mariko OGAWA; Kyushu Univeersity
   presented by: Mariko OGAWA, Kyushu Univeersity
 
Session ID 80: Gender and the Macro Economy: The macro-economy and markets #2
June 28, 2019 10:40 to 12:30
W007
 
 

Do women gain from structural change? Gender segregation and productivity growth
By Valeria Esquivel; ILO
   presented by: Valeria Esquivel, ILO
 

Occupational Segregation, (Un)equal Pay, and the Future of Work in the United States
By Ariane Hegewisch; Institute for Women's Policy Research
   presented by: Ariane Hegewisch, Institute for Women's Policy Research
 

Does the changing occupational structure impact female labour force participation?
By Amaresh Dubey; Jawaharlal Nehru University
Jyoti Pal; Jawaharlal Nehru University
   presented by: Jyoti Pal, Jawaharlal Nehru University
 

Gender Pricing in Austria
By Karin Schoenpflug; Institute for Advanced Studies (IHS) Vienna
Viktoria Eberhardt; University of Vienna
   presented by: Karin Schoenpflug, Institute for Advanced Studies (IHS) Vienna
 
Session ID 38: Gender, Assets and Agriculture
June 28, 2019 10:40 to 12:30
W001
 
Session Chair: Cheryl Doss, University of Oxford
 

Gender and Agricultural Decision-making: The Role of Self and Proxy Reporting in Karnataka, India
By Suchitra Yegnanarayan; Indian Institute of Management Bangalore
Hema Swaminathan; Indian Institute of Management Bangalore
Rahul Lahoti
   presented by: Hema Swaminathan, Indian Institute of Management Bangalore
   Discussant:   Rosa Luz Duran, Universidad de Lima
 

Who do women and men in Ghana inherit?
By Abena Oduro; University of Ghana
   presented by: Abena Oduro, University of Ghana
 

The feminization of agriculture in India? A feminist political economy analysis
By Smriti Rao; Assumption College
   presented by: Smriti Rao, Assumption College
 

FEMALE LAND RIGHTS, BARGAINING AND LABOR DECISIONS IN RURAL FARM HOUSEHOLDS IN PERU
By Rosa Luz Duran; Universidad de Lima
   presented by: Rosa Luz Duran, Universidad de Lima
 
Session ID 55: Gender, Assets, and Labour Markets: Finance and enterprise #1
June 28, 2019 10:40 to 12:30
W002
 
 

Is the modern Arab woman an entrepreneur? Exploring entrepreneurial identity, capabilities, and constraints among Kuwaiti female entrepreneurs
By Melissa Langworthy; Ladysmith
   presented by: Melissa Langworthy, Ladysmith
 

The Culture of Creative Enterprise
By Hannah Clinch; Tacit-tacit
   presented by: Hannah Clinch, Tacit-tacit
 

Understand gender perceptions of entrepreneurial leadership by Botswana youth
By One Pusumane; African Leadership University - Accredited by Glasgow Caledonian University
   presented by: One Pusumane, African Leadership University - Accredited by Glasgow Caledonian University
 

Workplace Flexibility and Managerial Performance of a Female-Owned Home-Based Firm
By Oluwasheyi Oladipo; SUNY Old Westbury
Katarzyna Platt; SUNY College at Old Westbury
Hyoung Suk Shim; CUNY College of Staten Island
   presented by: Oluwasheyi Oladipo, SUNY Old Westbury
 
Session ID 57: Gender, Assets, and Labour Markets: Finance and enterprise #3
June 28, 2019 10:40 to 12:30
W004
 
 

Fostering financial citizenship – access to financial services and wealth-building capacities among minority women in the USA
By Gary Dymski; University of Leeds
Hanna Szymborska; The Open University
   presented by: Hanna Szymborska, The Open University
 

A Study on the Economic Impact of Gender Quotas for Corporate Boards: Evidence from Korean Women Manager Panel Data
By HYO-YONG SUNG; Sungshin Women's University
Nan Jue Kim; Korean Women's Development Institute
   presented by: HYO-YONG SUNG, Sungshin Women's University
 

Aspirations and realities in gender, diversity, and inclusion: a study from the UK finance and banking sector
By Ania Plomien; London School of Economics
Diane Perrons; London School of Economics
   presented by: Ania Plomien, London School of Economics
 

GENDER DISCRIMINATION AND INEQUALITY IN NIGERIA: TAX PAYMENT PATTERNS AMONG MARKET WOMEN
By Yetunde Aluko; NIGERIAN INSTITUTE OF SOCIAL AND ECONOMI
   presented by: Yetunde Aluko, NIGERIAN INSTITUTE OF SOCIAL AND ECONOMI
 
Session ID 64: Gender, Assets, and Labour Markets: Identity, discrimination, and labour markets #5
June 28, 2019 10:40 to 12:30
W008
 
 

Unpaid domestic work: Theoretical contributions based on a qualitative approach.
By Noelba Millán Cruz; Universidad Nacional del Tolima, Colombia
Juliana Pertusi; Universidad de Belgrano
   presented by: Juliana Pertusi, Universidad de Belgrano
 

Mothers’ Birth Giving Status and the Division of Parental Leave – A Comparison of Adoptive and Biological Parents
By Ylva Moberg; Stockholm University
   presented by: Ylva Moberg, Stockholm University
 

Japanese Economy and Labor Market from Disparities by Gender and Employment Types on Lifetime and Annual Income, Social Security Obligations, Redistribution, and Gini Coefficient
By Hiromi Ishizuka; Sanno University in Japan
   presented by: Hiromi Ishizuka, Sanno University in Japan
 

The leave "kite": Leaves, carework and labour participation in Argentinean LGBTQI families
By LUCIA CIRMI OBON; CONICET
   presented by: LUCIA CIRMI OBON, CONICET
 
Session ID 75: Poverty, Discrimination, and Capability Deprivation: Methodology and measurement
June 28, 2019 10:40 to 12:30
W010a
 
 

Reflection on the correct measure of monetary poverty: away from the household and back.
By Irene Berthonnet; University Paris Diderot
   presented by: Irene Berthonnet, University Paris Diderot
 

The missing dimension: a gender-based analysis of multidimensional child poverty
By Lucia Ferrone; Università degli Studi di Firenze
Caterina Arciprete; ARCO Lab/University of Florence
Mario Biggeri; University of Florence
   presented by: Lucia Ferrone, Università degli Studi di Firenze
 

Getting the (Gender-Disaggregated) Lay of the Land: The Impact of Survey Respondent Selection on Measuring Land Ownership and Rights
By Talip Kilic; World Bank
Heather Moylan; World Bank
Gayatri Koolwal; UN Foundation
   presented by: Heather Moylan, World Bank
 

Counting People, not Objects. A standpoint theoretical reflection on feminist quantitative methodology
By Lisa Marie Seebacher; Centre for Social Innovation (ZSI)
   presented by: Lisa Marie Seebacher, Centre for Social Innovation (ZSI)
 
Session ID 73: Poverty, Discrimination, and Capability Deprivation: The multiple dimensions of poverty and deprivation #1
June 28, 2019 10:40 to 12:30
W005
 
 

Quantifying Intersectionality : Using interaction effects to assess the impact of gender, material deprivation and ethnicity on mental, physical and general health in the Great Britain.
By Youngcho Lee; University of Cambridge
Jacques Wels; University of Cambridge & Université libre de Bruxelles
   presented by: Youngcho Lee, University of Cambridge
 

Sexual Minorities and Poverty in the United States
By Marilyn Markel; Western Michigan University
   presented by: Marilyn Markel, Western Michigan University
 

Time and Income Poverty: Detecting Gender Differences among the Hidden Poor Using Distributional Regression
By Franziska Dorn; Georg-August-University Goettingen
Thomas Kneib; University of Goettingen
   presented by: Franziska Dorn, Georg-August-University Goettingen
 

POVERTY, PRECARITY AND GENDER - A MULTIDIMENSIONAL APPROACH
By Izaura Carvalho; Umass Amherst
   presented by: Izaura Carvalho, Umass Amherst
 
Session ID 89: Social and Economic Policies and Programmes:Policy Advocacy, collective action and solidarity #1
June 28, 2019 10:40 to 12:30
Hamish Wood 325
 
 

Gender budgeting activism in Iceland: The case of Feminist finance
By Freyja Barkardóttir
   presented by: Freyja Barkardóttir,
 

Demystifying Translating Research to Advocacy: Domestic Violence and Colombia’s 2019 CEDAW Review
By Greta Friedemann-Sanchez; University of Minnesota
   presented by: Greta Friedemann-Sanchez, University of Minnesota
 

The contribution of feminist research to current research policy debates
By Maren Jochimsen; University of Duisburg-Essen
   presented by: Maren Jochimsen, University of Duisburg-Essen
 

How to maximise the policy impact of feminist economics? Lessons from action research
By Monica Costa; Curtin University
Rhonda Sharp; University of South Australia
Siobhan Austen; Curtin University
   presented by: Monica Costa, Curtin University
 
Session ID 3: Women's Economic Empowerment and Feminist Foreign Policy in the Current Development Discourse
June 28, 2019 10:40 to 12:30
W009
 
Session Chair: Sarah Gammage, ICRW
 

Defining Feminist Foreign Policy
By Lyric Thompson; International Center for Research on Women
Rachel Clement; International Center for Research on Women
   presented by: Lyric Thompson, International Center for Research on Women
   Discussant:   Sarah Gammage, ICRW
 

Women’s Economic Empowerment: Where are the Rights?
By Sarah Gammage; ICRW
   presented by: Sarah Gammage, ICRW
   Discussant:   Lyric Thompson, International Center for Research on Women
 

Unintended Consequences of Women’s Economic Empowerment Programming
By Neetu John; International Center for Research On Wom
   presented by: Neetu John, International Center for Research On Wom
   Discussant:   Nilanjana Sengupta, International Center for Research on Women( ICRW)
 

Applying a Feminist Lens to Policies and Programs for Women’s Economic Empowerment in India
By Subhalakshmi Nandi; International Center for Research on Women (ICRW)
Nilanjana Sengupta; International Center for Research on Women( ICRW)
   presented by: Nilanjana Sengupta, International Center for Research on Women( ICRW)
   Discussant:   Neetu John, International Center for Research On Wom
 
Session ID 66: Gender, Assets, and Labour Markets: Identity, discrimination, and labour markets #7
June 28, 2019 10:40 to 12:30
W003
 
 

Occupational Achievements of Same-Sex Couples in the U.S. by Gender and Race
By Coral del Rio; Universidade de Vigo
Olga Alonso-Villar; Universidade de Vigo
   presented by: Olga Alonso-Villar, Universidade de Vigo
 

The role of sex, sexuality and gender expression in employment and earnings in South Africa
By Debra Shepherd; University of Stellenbosch
   presented by: Debra Shepherd, University of Stellenbosch
 

Access and labour mobility in the career paths of travestis living in Metropolitan Lima (Peru)
By Maria Grados; University of Sussex
   presented by: Maria Grados, University of Sussex
 

The sex economy
By Monica O'Connor; University College Dublin
   presented by: Monica O'Connor, University College Dublin
 
Session ID 93: Social and Economic Policies and Programmes: Food, Education, and Crises
June 28, 2019 10:40 to 12:30
Hamish Wood 324
 
 

Demographic trends and food waste: Evidence from time series analysis
By Yi-Chen Lin; Tamkang University
Wen-Shuenn Deng; Tamkang University
   presented by: Wen-Shuenn Deng, Tamkang University
 

Gender and Crises Responses – Impact on Household
By Ana Androsik; New School for Social Research
   presented by: Ana Androsik, New School for Social Research
 

The Historical Evolution of the Cost of Social Reproduction in the United States, 1959-2012
By Katherine Moos; University of Massachusetts Amherst
   presented by: Katherine Moos, University of Massachusetts Amherst
 

Austerity, ageing and older women: The Greek crisis 2007-2016
By Antigone Lyberaki; Panteion University of Social and Political Science
   presented by: Antigone Lyberaki, Panteion University of Social and Political Science
 
Session ID 48: Roundtable: IAFFE Finance & Budgetary Discussion
June 28, 2019 10:40 to 12:30
W010b
 
Session Chair: Mieke Meurs, American University
 

Discussants:
     1 James Heintz, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
     2 Elissa Braunstein, Colorado State University
     3 Andrea Collins, International Association for Feminist Economics
 
Session ID 71: Environment, Agriculture, and Rural Development: Gender, farming, and agriculture
June 28, 2019 13:50 to 15:40
W007
 
 

CAN GROUP FARMING EMPOWER RURAL WOMEN? Lessons from India
By Bina Agarwal; University of Manchester
   presented by: Bina Agarwal, University of Manchester
 

Gender, Agriculture, and Climate Adaptation in Ethiopia
By Nicholas Reksten; University of Redlands
Kevin McGee; World Bank
   presented by: Nicholas Reksten, University of Redlands
 

Carework and gender gaps in agricultural productivity: the case of Tanzania
By A. Akram-Lodhi; Trent University
   presented by: A. Akram-Lodhi, Trent University
 

Work-time reduction as an environmnetal tool - work-time preferences amongst environmentally aware employees
By Alexandra Arntsen; Birmingham City University
   presented by: Alexandra Arntsen, Birmingham City University
 
Session ID 41: Gender and Precarious Work in the New Economy
June 28, 2019 13:50 to 15:40
W119
 
Session Chair: Farida Khan, University of
 

The Gig Economy: Precarious or No?
By Linda Lucas; Eckerd College
   presented by: Linda Lucas, Eckerd College
 

Informal and Precarious Female Labor in Developing Countries
By Farida Khan; University of
   presented by: Farida Khan, University of
 

Gender and Precarious Work in the United States: Evidence from the Contingent Work Survey 1995-2017
By Randy Albelda; University of Massachusetts Boston
Aimee Bell-Pascht; UMass Boston
Charalampos Konstantinidis; UMass Boston
   presented by: Randy Albelda, University of Massachusetts Boston
 

Made in Bangladesh: The Romance of the New Woman
By Elora Chowdhury; University of Massachusetts Boston
   presented by: Elora Chowdhury, University of Massachusetts Boston
 
Session ID 78: Gender and the Macro Economy: Gender and market structures
June 28, 2019 13:50 to 15:40
Hamish Wood 325
 
 

Gender Convergence/Divergence in the New Millennium: Age Cohort Contrasts in Shares of Employment and Non-Employment Activities 2001-2017
By Brendan Churchill; University of Melbourne
Lyn Craig; University of New South Wales
   presented by: Lyn Craig, University of New South Wales
 

Economic structure and gender inequality: a global perspective
By Cristina Sarasa; University of Zaragoza
Rosa Duarte; University of Zaragoza
Monica Serrano; Universitat Barcelona
   presented by: Cristina Sarasa, University of Zaragoza
 

The evolution of occupational gender segregation in the labor market and in trade unions in the U.S. from 1950 to 2017.
By Luiza Nassif Pires
   presented by: Luiza Nassif Pires,
 

Dualistic Structure of Industry and Growth of Firms
By Jeemol Unni; Ahmedabad University
   presented by: Jeemol Unni, Ahmedabad University
 
Session ID 77: Gender and the Macro Economy: Gender, austerity and crisis
June 28, 2019 13:50 to 15:40
W009
 
 

The persistence of austerity and its impact on gender equality: the case of Greece and the UK compared.
By Jill Rubery; University of Manchester
   presented by: Jill Rubery, University of Manchester
 

The effect of gender wage gap on economic growth in Europe
By eleni greenwood; Panteion University
   presented by: eleni greenwood, Panteion University
 

Argentina: Stagflation and structural inequalities linked to labor market, poverty and gender.
By Juliana Pertusi; Universidad de Belgrano
   presented by: Juliana Pertusi, Universidad de Belgrano
 

Job polarization in Europe in the post-crisis era: insights from a gender perspective and multisectoral models
By Rosa Duarte; University of Zaragoza
Cristina Sarasa; University of Zaragoza
Monica Serrano; Universitat Barcelona
   presented by: Rosa Duarte, University of Zaragoza
 
Session ID 62: Gender, Assets, and Labour Markets: Identity, discrimination, and labour markets #3
June 28, 2019 13:50 to 15:40
W003
 
 

Understanding the gender gap in multiple job holding: evidence from Australia
By alison preston; The University of Western Australia
Robert Wright; strathclyde
   presented by: alison preston, The University of Western Australia
 

Women's Employment Status, Fragmentation, and Indonesian Manufacturing
By Shaianne Osterreich; Ithaca College
   presented by: Shaianne Osterreich, Ithaca College
 

Flexible work discourses in Australia and their implications
By Abigail Powell; UNSW Australia
Ciara Smyth; University of New South Wales
Natasha Cortis; University of New South Wales
   presented by: Abigail Powell, UNSW Australia
 

The Gaze Economy of (m)others
By Jessica Rodriguez-Colon; IDSVA
   presented by: Jessica Rodriguez-Colon, IDSVA
 
Session ID 69: Gender, Assets, and Labour Markets: Norms, expectations, and aspirations
June 28, 2019 13:50 to 15:40
W010a
 
 

Subjective Expectations from Educational returns: The story of the majority and minority
By Pooja Balasubramanian; University of Göttingen
   presented by: Pooja Balasubramanian, University of Göttingen
 

Migrants’ hopes for longer stay in Bangkok Metropolitan area, Thailand: Gender and social space
By Tanaradee KHUMYA; Kasetsart University
   presented by: Tanaradee KHUMYA, Kasetsart University
 

Care work and development: Change in social norms related to unpaid care work in northern Uganda
By Lucia Rost; University of Oxford
   presented by: Lucia Rost, University of Oxford
 

Do agriculture interventions increase aspirations? An examination from the lens of caste and gender
By Muzna Alvi; International Food Policy Research Institute
Patrick Ward; Duke Kunshan University
David Spielman; International Food Policy Research Institute
   presented by: Muzna Alvi, International Food Policy Research Institute
 
Session ID 68: Gender, Assets, and Labour Markets: Work, empowerment, and collective action #2
June 28, 2019 13:50 to 15:40
W005
 
 

Labor Market Conditions and Civic Participation of Working-Age Individuals
By Angela Cools; Cornell University
   presented by: Angela Cools, Cornell University
 

Women’s Economic Empowerment through Enterprise
By Anne Meikle; Glasgow Caledonian University
   presented by: Anne Meikle, Glasgow Caledonian University
 

Asset ownership and female empowerment in Pakistan: Evidence from a natural experiment
By Sarah Khan; University of Göttingen
   presented by: Sarah Khan, University of Göttingen
 

Gender and Global Value Chains: A Constructivist Approach
By Yvonne Franke; University of Goettingen
   presented by: Yvonne Franke, University of Goettingen
 
Session ID 53: Households, Care and Unpaid Work: Households, power, and decision-making #3
June 28, 2019 13:50 to 15:40
W010b
 
 

Women’s influence on household decision-making and life satisfaction
By Siobhan Austen; Curtin University
Susan Himmelweit; Open University
Astghik Mavisakalyan; Curtin University
   presented by: Astghik Mavisakalyan, Curtin University
 

Choice without Consciousness: Women’s Participation in Household Decisions and Gender Equality in Children’s Education
By Sundus Saleemi; Center for Development Research (ZEF), University of Bonn
   presented by: Sundus Saleemi, Center for Development Research (ZEF), University of Bonn
 

A Marxist Feminist Perspective of the Household Economics of the Mosuo in China
By Katharine Ransom; California Institute of Integral Studies
   presented by: Katharine Ransom, California Institute of Integral Studies
 

Value for Money: Negotiating Wages in the Egyptian Labor Market for Domestic Work
By Hebatalla Mohamed
   presented by: Hebatalla Mohamed,
 
Session ID 25: Multiple Inequalities
June 28, 2019 13:50 to 15:40
W008
 
Session Chair: Diane Elson, University of Essex
 

The Prismatic Quality of Inequality: An Interdisciplinary Perspective
By Devaki Jain
   presented by: Devaki Jain,
 

Overlapping Identities and Inequalities
By Ashwini Deshpande; Ashoka University
   presented by: Ashwini Deshpande, Ashoka University
 

Race Stratification in the US: Implicit Bias and Policing
By Stephanie Seguino; University of Vermont
   presented by: Stephanie Seguino, University of Vermont
 

Intersections of Gender and Class in the Distribution of Income in OECD countries
By Diane Elson; University of Essex
   presented by: Diane Elson, University of Essex
 
Session ID 11: Persistent Inequality: Economic and Social Impacts of Violence Against Women and Girls
June 28, 2019 13:50 to 15:40
W002
 
Session Chair: Maria Floro, American University
 

The Macroeconomic Loss of Violence Against Women and Girls: The Case of Ghana and Pakistan
By Srinivas Raghavendra; National University of Ireland
Kijong Kim; Levy Economics Institive of Bard College
Nata Duvvury; National University of Ireland, Galway
   presented by: Nata Duvvury, National University of Ireland, Galway
 

Costs of Violence Against Women and Girls to Businesses: Exploratory Findings from Ghana, Pakistan and South Sudan
By Mrinal Chadha; NUI Galway
Felix Asante; Institute of Statistical, Social & Economic Research (ISSER), University of Ghana
Khalida Ghaus; 3Social Policy and Development Centre (SPDC), Karachi
Khalifa Elmusharaf; Graduate Entry Medical School, University of Limerick
   presented by: Mrinal Chadha, NUI Galway
 

Measuring Productivity Loss due to Intimate Partner Violence
By Aristides Vara-Horna; Universidad de San Martín de Porres
Nata Duvvury; National University of Ireland, Galway
Mrinal Chadha; NUI Galway
   presented by: Aristides Vara-Horna, Universidad de San Martín de Porres
 

The social impacts of Violence Against Women as “space for action”
By Carol Ballantine; NUI Galway
   presented by: Carol Ballantine, NUI Galway
 

EFFECT OF SOCIAL FRAGILITY ON VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN: A DEVELOPING COUNTRY ANALYSIS
By Muhammad Sabir; National University of Ireland, Galway
   presented by: Muhammad Sabir, National University of Ireland, Galway
 
Session ID 6: Rethinking Macroeconomics I
June 28, 2019 13:50 to 15:40
W001
 
Session Chair: Elissa Braunstein, Colorado State University
 

Policy Analysis in a Macroeconomic Model of Social Reproduction
By Elissa Braunstein; Colorado State University
Daniele Tavani; Colorado State University
   presented by: Elissa Braunstein, Colorado State University
 

The Unequal Distribution of Care Work and the Macroeconomy
By Maria Floro; American University
Ignacio Gonzalez; American University
   presented by: Ignacio Gonzalez, American University
 

Long-term Care and Family Power Dynamics
By Ray Miller; Colorado State University
   presented by: Ray Miller, Colorado State University
 

Endogenous Growth, Population Dynamics, and Returns to Scale: Long-Run Macroeconomics When Demography Matters
By James Heintz; University of Massachusetts, Amherst
Nancy Folbre; University of Massachusetts Amherst
   presented by: James Heintz, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
 
Session ID 87: Social and Economic Policies and Programmes:Information and technology
June 28, 2019 13:50 to 15:40
Hamish Wood 324
 
 

Women’s Consequential Access: ICT-Enabled Female Economic Participation in Jordan
By Allison Anderson; University of Washington
   presented by: Allison Anderson, University of Washington
 

Bridging the digital gender skill-bias: progress and drawbacks
By Barbara Eisenbart-Becker; University of Lichtenstein
Andrea Grisold; Vienna University of Economics and Business
Heike Wiesner; Berlin School of Economics and Law
   presented by: Andrea Grisold, Vienna University of Economics and Business
 

Empowering women through an enabling framework for women’s digital inclusion
By Nayana Guerrero Ramirez; UNAM
   presented by: Nayana Guerrero Ramirez, UNAM
 

Can Citizen Data Science Promote Support for Wage Gap Policy Solutions: Early Reports from the Field
By Joan Durso; Duke Univeristy
   presented by: Joan Durso, Duke Univeristy
 
Session ID 15: Who Marries Whom and How Does Intermarriage Affect Life Outcomes?
June 28, 2019 13:50 to 15:40
W004
 
Session Chair: Margaret Maurer-Fazio, Bates College
 

Marriage and citizenship among U.S. immigrants: Who marries whom and who becomes a citizen?
By Eva Dziadula; University of Notre Dame
   presented by: Eva Dziadula, University of Notre Dame
 

What Explains Ethnic Intermarriage in China?
By Rachel Connelly; Bowdoin College
Margaret Maurer-Fazio; Bates College
   presented by: Margaret Maurer-Fazio, Bates College
 

The Effects of Inter-Ethnic Marriage on Life Outcomes in Western and Central China
By Rachel Connelly; Bowdoin College
Margaret Maurer-Fazio; Bates College
   presented by: Rachel Connelly, Bowdoin College
 

Discussant:   Sarah Cook, UNSW
 
Session ID 1: Contemporary Feminist Political Economies of Work
June 28, 2019 13:50 to 15:40
TBA
 
 

Nuture Commodified: an investigation of gender and work in an emerging breast milk industry
By Susan Newman; University of the West of England
   presented by: Susan Newman, University of the West of England
 

Invisible wombs of the Market: waged and unwaged reproductive labour under capitalism
By sigrid vertommen; King's College London
   presented by: sigrid vertommen, King's College London
 

Re-negotiating Social Reproduction, Work and Gender Roles in Occupied Palestine
By Hannah Bargawi; SOAS, University of London
   presented by: Hannah Bargawi, SOAS, University of London
 

Time & The Sweatshop: Labour Circulation and Temporalities of Exploitation and Reproduction
By Alessandra Mezzadri; SOAS
   presented by: Alessandra Mezzadri, SOAS
 

Land, work, and food: Untangling the reproduction of gender inequalities in the Uzbek economic transition
By Lorena Lombardozzi; Open University
   presented by: Lorena Lombardozzi, Open University
 

Classes of Working Women in Mozambique: An Integrated Framework to Understand Working Lives
By Sara Stevano; UWE Bristol
   presented by: Sara Stevano, UWE Bristol
 
Session ID 40: Care Economy: Paid and Unpaid Work in Korea
June 29, 2019 8:30 to 10:20
Room 10b
 
Session Chair: Jooyeoun Suh, AARP
 

Counting Unpaid and Paid Care in Korea
By Jooyeoun Suh; AARP
Maria Floro; American University
   presented by: Jooyeoun Suh, AARP
 

Measuring the overall consequences of caregiving: a multidimensional approach
By Jiweon Jun; Seoul National University
Ito Peng
Kisoo Eun; Seoul National University
   presented by: Kisoo Eun, Seoul National University
 

Thinking about Hard Times for Elder Care in Korea: The Gap of Actual Care Hours and Preferred Care Hours
By Seung-Eun Cha; Suwon University
Hyuna Moon; Seoul National University
   presented by: Seung-Eun Cha, Suwon University
 
Session ID 76: Gender and the Macro Economy: Gender, globalization and the economy
June 29, 2019 8:30 to 10:20
W003
 
 

Paradoxes of globalization and inclusion – the stabilizing zig-zag of intersecting inequalities
By Su-ming Khoo; NUI Galway
Srinivas Raghavendra; National University of Ireland
   presented by: Su-ming Khoo, NUI Galway
 

Sudden immigration in a historically emigrating economy: The Venezuelan immigration in Colombia
By Ricardo José Salas Díaz; University of Massachusetts, Amherst
   presented by: Ricardo José Salas Díaz, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
 

Gender, Enterprise and the Rentier State
By Charles Dannreuther; University of Leeds
Melissa Langworthy; Ladysmith
   presented by: Melissa Langworthy, Ladysmith
 

Access to credit for unorganized entrepreneurs in India: Evidences of deterrence and discrimination against women
By Prateeksha Maurya; Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee
Pratap Mohanty; Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee
   presented by: Pratap Mohanty, Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee
 
Session ID 59: Gender, Assets, and Labour Markets: Care and workers
June 29, 2019 8:30 to 10:20
W009
 
 

The gendered pattern of unpaid care work: Interrogating the implication for women’s development opportunities in Uganda
By Brenda Boonabaana; Makerere University
   presented by: Brenda Boonabaana, Makerere University
 

The Six-Pack and the Fortress: Gender and Race in European Economic Governance
By Muireann O'DWYER; University of Warwick
   presented by: Muireann O'DWYER, University of Warwick
 

Parental age gaps, paid and unpaid work among UK families with young children
By Jenny Chanfreau; LSE - London School of Economics & Polit
Wendy Sigle; London School of Economics
   presented by: Jenny Chanfreau, LSE - London School of Economics & Polit
 

Paid Domestic Workers, their Employers and Inequality in Nigerian Households
By Zahrah Nesbitt-Ahmed
   presented by: Zahrah Nesbitt-Ahmed,
 
Session ID 65: Gender, Assets, and Labour Markets: Identity, discrimination, and labour markets #6
June 29, 2019 8:30 to 10:20
W119
 
 

Women and Economy in Argentina, Contributions from the Feminist Economics and experience of formation in neighborhoods and Social Movements of Tandil, Argentina
By Josefina Marcelo; Sociedad de Economía Crítica
   presented by: Josefina Marcelo, Sociedad de Economía Crítica
 

Intersectional wage gaps facing Latina women
By Kate Bahn; Washington Center for Equitable Growth
Will McGrew; Washington Center for Equitable GRowth
   presented by: Kate Bahn, Washington Center for Equitable Growth
 

The gendered impacts of working time flexibilization
By Lygia Sabbag Fares Gibb; South and Central America, São Paulo, Brazil
   presented by: Lygia Sabbag Fares Gibb, South and Central America, São Paulo, Brazil
 
Session ID 96: Marriage, Market and Wealth
June 29, 2019 8:30 to 10:20
W007
 
 

Selling same-sex marriage: The gay wedding market
By Bronwyn Winter; University of Sydney
   presented by: Bronwyn Winter, University of Sydney
 

The Gender Wealth Gap in Austria
By Miriam Rehm; University of Duisburg-Essen
Alyssa Schneebaum; Vienna University of Economics & Business
Barbara Schuster; CB Luxembourg
   presented by: Miriam Rehm, University of Duisburg-Essen
 

Marriage Rights and the Household Division of Labor
By Alyssa Schneebaum; Vienna University of Economics & Business
   presented by: Alyssa Schneebaum, Vienna University of Economics & Business
 

Does the Housing Price Decrease the Fertility in China
By Jing Liu; Central University of Finance and Economics
Chunbing Xing; Beijing Normal University
Qiong Zhang; Renmin University of China
   presented by: Jing Liu, Central University of Finance and Economics
 
Session ID 58: Membership Development & Engagement #2
June 29, 2019 8:30 to 10:20
Hamish Wood W008
 
Session Chair: Amanda Kaiser, Kaiser Insights LLC
 
Session ID 32: Participatory budgeting and gender equality – mutually reinforcing or antagonistic processes?
June 29, 2019 8:30 to 10:20
W002
 
Session Chair: Firat Cengiz, Liverpool University
 

Women and participation in 'participatory' budgeting and community financing in Scotland
By Claire MacRae; GCU
Clementine Hill-O'Connor; GCU
Angela O'Hagan; Glasgow Caledonian University
   presented by: Angela O'Hagan, Glasgow Caledonian University
 

Does participatory budgeting promote or hinder gender equality? Theoretical and global perspectives
By Firat Cengiz; Liverpool University
   presented by: Firat Cengiz, Liverpool University
 

Bargaining power or simbolic violence: the long terms consequences of gender imbalances at age of marriage
By Rebeca Echavarri; Public University of Navarre
Lidia Farre; Universitat de Barcelona
   presented by: Rebeca Echavarri, Public University of Navarre
 

The inhabitants’ agency in ensuring equal opportunities. Intersectional study of the participatory budget processes of Warsaw-Mokotów district in Poland
By Zofia Lapniewska; Jagiellonian University in Kraków, Poland
   presented by: Zofia Lapniewska, Jagiellonian University in Kraków, Poland
 

Discussant:   Firat Cengiz, Liverpool University
 
Session ID 7: Rethinking Macroeconomics II
June 29, 2019 8:30 to 10:20
W001
 
Session Chair: Maria Floro, American University
 

Impact of Investing in Social Care on Employment Generation, Time- and Income-Poverty and Gender Gaps: A Macro-Micro Policy Simulation for Turkey
By IPEK ILKKARACAN; ISTANBUL TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY
Kijong Kim; Levy Economics Institute of Bard College
Thomas Masterson; Levy Economics Institute of Bard College
Emel Memis; Ankara University
Ajit Zacharias; The Levy Economics Institute of Bard Col
   presented by: IPEK ILKKARACAN, ISTANBUL TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY
 

The effects of gender, income, and wealth inequality and economic policies on macroeconomic performance: the case of the UK
By Ozlem Onaran; University of Greenwich
Cem Oyvat; University of Greenwich
Eurydice Fotopoulou; University of Greenwich
   presented by: Ozlem Onaran, University of Greenwich
 

Applied modelling of gender equitable macro-policies and care provision: the contribution of computable general equilibrium (CGE) models
By Binderiya Byambasuren; American University
Carmen Estrades; Department of Economics
Marzia Fontana; Institute of Development Studies at Suss
   presented by: Marzia Fontana, Institute of Development Studies at Suss
 

Understanding the care burden in households: An analytical approach using demographic and time-use data
By Elizabeth King; Brookings Institution
   presented by: Elizabeth King, Brookings Institution
 
Session ID 39: Roundtable: Inequality from a Global Perspective
June 29, 2019 8:30 to 10:20
W004
 
Session Chair: Nina Banks, Bucknell University
 

Discussants:
     1 Lynda Pickbourn, Hampshire College
     2 Rhonda Sharpe, Women's Institute for Science, Equity and Race
     3 Hanna Szymborska, The Open University
 
Session ID 85: Social and Economic Policies and Programmes: Work-life policies
June 29, 2019 8:30 to 10:20
W005
 
 

The Impact of Work-Life Balance Policies on the Time Allocation of Japanese Women
By Bipasha Maity; Ashoka University
   presented by: Bipasha Maity, Ashoka University
 

Work-life Balance Policy in Developing Countries Compared to Developed Countries
By Samanmala Dorabawila; University of Peradeniya
   presented by: Samanmala Dorabawila, University of Peradeniya
 

Marketisation of Childcare, Deregulation of Labour Market, and 'Making Women Active and Promotion Plan': Critical Assessment of Gender Equality Policy in Japan
By Nobuko Hara; Hosei University
   presented by: Nobuko Hara, Hosei University
 

The role of Gender Equality in European Economic Governance. An examination of the European Semester.
By Romana Brait; Chamber of Labour Vienna
   presented by: Romana Brait, Chamber of Labour Vienna
 

The role of Gender Equality in European Economic Governance. An examination of the European Semester.
By Pia Kranawetter; Chamber of Labour Vienna
   presented by: Pia Kranawetter, Chamber of Labour Vienna
 
Session ID 4: The Impact of Austerity Policies on Women in the UK
June 29, 2019 8:30 to 10:20
Hanging Lantern Room
 
Session Chair: Sara Reis, UK Women's Budget Group
 

Participatory parity and the ‘second chance’ learning opportunities for women
By Rebecca Suart
   presented by: Rebecca Suart,
 

The Questionable Implementation of the Human Right to Equal Pay for Equal Work in the British Labour Market
By Harini Iyengar; Barrister in private practice & Policy Committee at Women's Equality Party
   presented by: Harini Iyengar, Barrister in private practice & Policy Committee at Women's Equality Party
 

‘Irrational Economics: How do austerity measures influence domestic abuse programming in the UK?’
By Emily O'Hara; Institute of Development Studies
   presented by: Emily O'Hara, Institute of Development Studies
 

Discussant:   Sara Reis, UK Women's Budget Group
 

78 sessions, 263 papers, and 9 presentations with no associated papers
 
Index of Participants

Legend: C=chair, P=Presenter, D=Discussant
#ParticipantRoles in Conference
2Addabbo, TindaraP49
3Adeyeye, OlajumokeP50
4Agarwal, BinaP71
5Akduran, ÖzgünP31
6Akram-Lodhi, A.P71
7Al Zoubi, SajaP54
8Albelda, RandyP41
9Alexander, ChloeP45
10Aloe, EricaP9
11Alonso-Villar, OlgaP66
12Aluko, YetundeP57
13Alvi, MuznaP90, P69
14Anderson, AllisonP87
15Androsik, AnaP93
16Arciprete, CaterinaP31
17Arntsen, AlexandraP71
18Arslan, AyseP92
19Austen, SiobhanP49
20BADEN, SallyP35
21Bahn, KateP65
22Balakrishnan, RadhikaD17, D14
23Balasubramanian, PoojaP69
24Ballantine, CarolP11
25Banerjee, AyshiP67
26Banks, NinaC39
27Banzragch, OtgontugsD95
28Barerro, YadyD95
29Bargawi, HannahP1
30Barkardóttir, FreyjaP89
31Berthonnet, IreneP75
32Boldbaatar, MyagmarsurenD95
33Boonabaana, BrendaP59
34Boote, SophieP51
35Braga, CiceroP50
36Brait, RomanaP85
37Braunstein, ElissaD48, P6, C6
38Burgisser, EmmaD10
39Burrage, AprilP81
40Butt, AnamD20, P10, P10
41Camilletti, ElenaP45
42Carmichael, FionaP60
43Carvalho, IzauraP73
44Cazzuffi, ChiaraP81
45Cengiz, FiratP32, P32, D32, C32
46Cha, Seung-EunP40
47Chadha, MrinalP11
48Chakravarty, KavitaP70
49Chandrasekhar, C.P.D8
50Chanfreau, JennyP59
51Charusheela, SP21, C21
52Chatterjee, BaishaliP88
53Cherkaoui, MounaD8
54Chopra, DeeptaP23
55Chowdhury, EloraP41
56CIRMI OBON, LUCIAP64
57Clinch, HannahP55
58Collins, AndreaD48
59Connelly, RachelP15
60Cook, SarahD15
61Cools, AngelaP68
62Corsi, MarcellaP61
63Costa, MonicaP89
64Covarrubias, ArletteP60
65Craig, LynP78
66Dale, KristinP92
67Danby, ColinP21
68Darko, ChristianP60
69de Almeida, AnaP54
70De Henau, JeromeP82, D13
71Deedat, HamedaD8
72Deere, Carmen DianaP74
73Deng, Wen-ShuennP93
74Dengler, CorinnaP72
75Deshpande, AshwiniP25
76Dijkstra, GeskeP94
77Diniz Penteado de Barros, LauraP88
78Dobranja, DitaP67
79Dominguez, EdmeD97
80Dorabawila, SamanmalaP85
81Doribawila, SamanmalaD95
82Dorn, FranziskaP73
83Doss, CherylP51, C38
84Duarte, RosaP77
85Dubey, AmareshP81
86Duran, Rosa LuzP38, D38
87Durso, JoanP87
88Dutta, DiyaP10
89Duvvury, NataD17, P11
90Dziadula, EvaP15
91Echavarri, RebecaP32
92Elson, DianeD13, P25, C25
93Espino, AlmaP79
94Esquivel, ValeriaP80
95Eun, KisooP40
96Ezeobi, OliviaP63
97Ferrone, LuciaP75
98Floro, MariaC11, C7
99Fontana, MarziaD97, P7
100Franke, YvonneP68
101Friedemann-Sanchez, GretaP89
102Gammage, SarahD35, P3, D3, C3
103garg, anjanaP84
104Garikipati, SupriyaP56
105Ghosh, JayatiC8, D14
106Gibb, Lygia Sabbag FaresP65
107Gonzalez, IgnacioP6
108Gonzalez-Pirez, MarianaP31
109Grados, MariaP66
110Grisold, AndreaP87
111Guerrero Ramirez, NayanaP87
112Guevara Lopez, DulceP50
113Gunewardena, DileniP63, D95
114Gutierrez-Navratil, FernandaP70
115Hara, NobukoP85
116Hatch, MichelleP94
117Hayashi, AmiP12
118Hegewisch, ArianeP80
119Heintz, JamesD10, D48, P6
120Hensly, CatherineP54
121Hillesland, MaryaP91
122Hopkins, BarbaraP21
123Huq, LopitaP63
124ILKKARACAN, IPEKP7
125Ishizuka, HiromiP64
126Iyengar, HariniP4
127Jain, DevakiP25
128Jochimsen, MarenP89
129Joekes, SusanP35
130John, NeetuP3, D3
131Kabeer, NailaP82, D14
132Kaiser, AmandaC52, C58
133Kalabikhina, IrinaP45
134Kelleher, FatimahP91
135Kesting, StefanP91
136Khalil, SanaP79
137Khan, FaridaP41, C41
138Khan, SarahP68
139Khoo, Su-mingP76
140KHUMYA, TanaradeeP69
141Kim, JihyeP45
142King, ElizabethP7
143Kinoti, WangariP10, C14
144Klatzer, ElisabethC20, P31
145Kleinert, Ann-ChristinP90
146Knobloch, UlrikeP72
147Kohonen, MattiD20
148Koppang Willfors, AmandaP91
149Kranawetter, PiaP85
150Krause, BrookeP84
151Krishnan, MeenakshiP23
152Kulatunga, SasiniP74
153Langworthy, MelissaP55, P76
154Lapniewska, ZofiaP32
155Lecoutere, ElsP86
156Lee, YoungchoP73
157Liepmann, HannahP82
158Liu, JingP96
159Lombardozzi, LorenaP1
160Lucas, LindaP41
161Lyberaki, AntigoneP93
162MacDonald, MarthaP49
163Mahoney, MelissaP83, P83
164Maity, BipashaP85
165Mane, ErdginP51
166Marcelo, JosefinaP65
167Markel, MarilynP73
168Masterson, ThomasP9, C9
169Maurer-Fazio, MargaretP15, C15
170Mavisakalyan, AstghikP53
171Mayor, Jose ManuelP94
172Maziwisa, MichelleP88
173McMaster, RobertP56
174Meikle, AnneP68
175Meurs, MiekeC95, P50, C48
176Mezzadri, AlessandraP1
177Michaeli, InnaC10, D14
178Miller, RayP6
179Moberg, YlvaP64
180Mohamed, HebatallaP53
181Mohanty, PratapP56, P76
182Moos, KatherineP93
183Morelli, LuizaP70
184Moylan, HeatherP75
185multani, manjotP83
186Musindarwezo, DinahP10
187Nassif Pires, LuizaP78
188Nava-Bolaños, IsaliaP56
189Naveed, AmjadP49
190NDIAYE, OULIMATAP86
191Nesbitt-Ahmed, ZahrahC35, P59
192Newman, SusanP1
193Noble, RachelD97
194Novak, LindseyP83
195Noveria, AnaP46
196O'Connor, MonicaP66
197O'DWYER, MuireannP59
198O'Hagan, AngelaD20, P31, C31, P32
199O'Hara, EmilyP4
200Oduro, AbenaP38
201OGAWA, MarikoP12, C12
202Ohashi, FumieP16, C16
203Oladipo, OluwasheyiP55
204Onaran, OzlemP7
205Ono, SeraP16
206Osei‐Akoto, IsaacP82
207Osterreich, ShaianneP62
208Otobe, NaokoP79
209Pal, JyotiP80
210Pearson, RuthD20, C13
211Perkins, PatriciaP72
212Perry, TeresaP94
213Pertusi, JulianaP64, P77
214Philipose, AnuP67
215Picchio, AntonellaP92
216Pickbourn, LyndaD39
217Plomien, AniaP57
218Powell, AbigailP88, P62
219preston, alisonP62
220Pusumane, OneP55
221Ramnarain, SmitaP74
222Randolph, HannahP51
223Ransom, KatharineP53
224Rao, SmritiP38
225Rehm, MiriamP96
226Reis, SaraD13, D4, C4
227Reksten, NicholasP71
228Rodriguez-Colon, JessicaP62
229Ronchini, MarianaP60
230Rost, LuciaP69
231Rubery, JillP77
232Ruwanpura, KanchanaP92
233Saalbrink, RoosjeP10, D14
234Sabir, MuhammadP11
235Saha, AmritaP23
236Sahin, FadimeP63
237Salas Díaz, Ricardo JoséP76
238Saleemi, SundusP53
239Samba, MouhamedP84
240Sarasa, CristinaP78
241Schneebaum, AlyssaP96
242Schoenpflug, KarinP21, P80
243Seebacher, Lisa MarieP75
244Seguino, StephanieP25
245Sen, AninditaP46
246Sengupta, NilanjanaP3, D3
247Seo, AkwiP12
248Shapiro, DevoraP84
249Sharpe, RhondaD39
250Shepherd, DebraP66
251Simeoni, CrystalD14
252Small, SarahP79
253Stevano, SaraP1
254Strenio, JacquelineP54
255Suart, RebeccaP4
256Suh, JooyeounP40, C40
257SUNG, HYO-YONGP57
258Swaminathan, HemaP38
259Szymborska, HannaP57, D39
260Takemoto, NiinaP16
261Teixeira, MarianaP46
262Terminel Salinas, MaríaP90
263Thampi, BinithaP67
264Thompson, LyricP3, D3
265Toro, FranciscaP72
266Tribin, Ana MaríaD95
267Tsikata, DzodziD8, D14
268Turnbull, LornaP90
269Unni, JeemolP78
270Upreti, MelissaD17, C17
271Vara-Horna, AristidesP11
272Vechbanyongratana, JessicaD8
273vertommen, sigridP1
274Villa, PaolaP74
275vouhe, claudyP86
276Weichselbaumer, DorisP61
277Wiener, NoéP61
278Williams, MariamaD97
279Winter, BronwynP96
280Woolley, FrancesP81
281Wrigley-Asante, CharlotteP61
282Zacchia, GiuliaP9
283Zacharias, AjitP9
284Zinyemba, TatendaP86

 

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