Elissa Braunstein joined American University’s Program for Gender Analysis in Economics (PGAE) Seminar series to present her work on gender and macroeconomics. She introduced a conceptual Kaleckian macroeconomic model along

Elissa Braunstein

Elissa Braunstein is Professor of Economics at Colorado State University in Fort Collins, as well Editor for the journal Feminist Economics. Most recently she worked for 2.5 years as a

In an interview with the Institute for New Economic Thinking, Care Work and the Economy lead researcher for the Rethinking Macroeconomics group Elissa Braunstein of Colorado State University explores social

Women holding hands

The Latest

FEATURED CONTENT   DIGITAL FORUM ON REOPENING LONG ISLAND AND BUILDING A FAIR ECONOMY: CARE WORK IN THE COVID CRISIS Earlier this month, the Hofstra Labor Studies and the Center

Policy Briefs

Options for modeling the distributional impact of care policies using a general equilibrium (cge) framework Download Policy Brief Brief prepared by: Marzia Fontana, Binderiya Byambasuren & Carmen Estrades       Economy-wide

Daniele Tavani

Daniele Tavani is an Associate Professor of Economics at Colorado State University (CSU). Tavani earned earned his PhD in Economics from The New School for Social Research in 2009, and

Group of researchers and panel

2019 Care Work and the Economy Annual Meeting in Glasgow, Scotland The Care Work and the Economy (CWE-GAM) held its 2nd Annual Meeting in Glasgow, Scotland on June 30-July 2,

CWE Research Team to Present Panel Discussions at the 28th International Association for Feminist Economics (IAFFE) Annual Conference The conference this year, to be held in Glasgow, centers around the

WORKING PAPERS GENDER WAGE AND EQUITY AND INVESTMENTS IN CARE: MODELING EQUITY AND PRODUCTION Download Paper Date: October, 2020 Authors: Elissa Braunstein & Daniele Tavani            

Stephanie Seguino

Stephanie Seguino is Professor of Economics at the University of Vermont.  Dr. Seguino’s research explores the impact of globalization on income distribution and well-being, with a particular emphasis on Asian