Maria Floro

Maria S. Floro leads Care Work and the Economy as the Co-Principal Investigator. Dr. Floro is a professor of Economics at American University in Washington DC and co-director of the

Ana Maria Tribin

Ana Maria Tribin is Senior Economist in the Research Unit at Central Bank of Colombia. She previously worked as the President´s High Commissioner for Women’s Equality with the Colombian Government,

CWE-GAM Methodological Reports

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

Last year, before the outbreak of COVID-19, the Hewlett Foundation teamed up with StoryCorps to record conversations with six nonprofit leaders working from Nairobi to Mexico City to make women’s lives, including

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South Korea Empirical evidence based on the South Korean economy suggests that the current structure of the paid care sector, rigid work arrangements, and entrenched gender norms may have pushed

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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

The COVID-19 crisis has upended lives around the world. It has forced cities and countries to enforce lockdown and social distancing regulations. Schools and businesses are closed and people are

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Stephan Lefebvre

Stephan Lefebvre is expected to earn his Ph.d. from American University in August 2020 with fields in stratification economics, applied microeconomics, and economics of education. He is spending the 2019-2020 academic year completing

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The call for applications for the  Intensive Course in Gender-Sensitive Macroeconomic Modeling for Policy Analysis to be held at the Levy Economics Institute of Bard College (Blithewood, Annandale-on-Hudson, NY) from

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On October 29, 2019, the Care Work and the Economy Project (CWE-GAM) and its partner in South Korea the Center for Transnational Migration and Social Inclusion (CMTS), which was officially