Women and the Economy
2 - 4 August 2010, Stanford
This session will bring together micro and macro economists working on gender dimensions of economic issues. We are interested in a wide variety of questions that touch upon the interactions of gender and the economy including development, household formation, historical changes in gender roles, and related policy implications. We are interested in both macro and micro perspectives and welcome theoretical and empirical contributions on the subject.
Please send submissions by April 5th to: Rafal Klopotowski: email@example.com
- Raquel Fernandéz (NYU) and Michele Tertilt (Stanford)
- Open attendance
- Stanford Institute for Theoretical Economics
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