WORKSHOP ON GENDER ISSUES AND DEVELOPMENT
PARIS NANTERRE UNIVERSITY
NOVEMBER 30 – DECEMBER 1, 2023
Non-presenting participants are invited to register HERE before November 17, 2023. Places are limited.
Paris Nanterre University and EconomiX are hosting the Workshop on Gender Issues and Development on November 30 and December 1, 2023.
This workshop will feature contributions in the fields of family economics, gender economics, and development economics. It aims to create a forum to discuss ongoing, cutting-edge theoretical and empirical research connecting these areas.
We welcome submissions in the following themes: gender and labor markets; marriage and divorce; household time allocation; economics of gender-based and domestic violence; gender gaps and income inequalities; household decisions (labor supply, consumption, savings, health, education, and fertility); gender, migration, and remittances; women’s empowerment, women’s entrepreneurship, and economic development; political role; demographic economics; social norms, laws, policies, and institutions; economic development and agricultural production.
Format – The workshop will be organized in thematic plenary sessions and keynote lectures. About 40 minutes will be dedicated to the presentation and discussion of each paper. The workshop will take place on-site at University Paris Nanterre.
Scientific committee – Marie Boltz (University of Strasbourg), Olivier Donni (CY Cergy Paris University), Sarah Flèche (University Paris 1 Panthéon Sorbonne), Eric Langlais (Paris Nanterre University), Stefania Lovo (University of Reading), Sandrine Mesplé-Somps (IRD, DIAL), Dominique Meurs (Paris Nanterre University), Benjamin Monnery (Paris Nanterre University), Federico Perali (University of Verona), Racha Ramadan (Cairo University), Samantha Rawlings (University of Reading), Elena Stancanelli (PSE), Saïd Souam (Paris Nanterre University).
Organizing committee – Eliane Badaoui (EconomiX, Paris Nanterre University), Miracle Benhura (University of the Witwatersrand), Florent Dubois (University of Reading), Prudence Magejo (University of the Witwatersrand), Stefania Marcassa (CY Cergy Paris University), Laurine Martinoty (University Paris 1 Panthéon Sorbonne).