The conference brings together scholars, policy experts, advocates, and lawmakers who recognize the centrality of gender analysis in solving major economic challenges that confront us today.
The conference is hosted by the Program on Gender Analysis in Economics (PGAE)of the Department of Economics at American University and the Institute for Women's Policy Research (IWPR), funded with the generous support of the Open Society Foundations (OSF).
The conference aims to offer scholars, policy analysts, advocates and lawmakers with opportunities to exchange and collaborate through panels, roundtable sessions and poster exhibitions that
- demonstrate the centrality of gender analysis to key contemporary problems in macroeconomics, household, labor, and development economics
- contribute to the tools of gender analysis by deploying innovative theoretical frameworks, econometric methods, survey methods, and other data collection
- deepen our understanding of the policy implications of this research
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Location: Washington DC, USA