The Gender and Economics Seminar Series is organized by the Program on Gender Analysis in Economics. The series explores a variety of topics relating to gender in an informal setting. This spring's schedule is as follows:
February 19: Caren Grown, Economist-in-Residence, AU "Aid Effectiveness and Gender Equality"
March 5: Julia Navarro, World Bank "Gender Analysis in Agricultural Value Chains: The Case of Honduras"
March 19: Nata Duvvury, National University of Ireland, Galway & PGAE Visiting Scholar "Violence Against Women: Economic Costs and Implications for Development"
March 26: Bina Agarwal, University of Manchester & Delhi University "Gender and Forest Conservation: Does Women's Presence Make a Difference?"
April 2: Heidi Hartmann, Institute for Women's Policy Research "How Equal Pay for Working Women Would Reduce Poverty and Grow the American Economy"
April 9: Yana Rodgers, Rutgers University (joint with Department of Economics, seminar from 12-1:15) "Land Reform and Welfare in Vietnam: Why Gender of the Land-Rights Holder Matters"
April 23: Krista Jacobs, USAID "Understanding Joint Property Rights and Ownership: Some Lessons from Sub-Saharan Africa"