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 Tribin is a public policy specialist at UNDP-LAC. She holds a Master’s and a Ph.D. in economics from Brown University. She previously worked at the Colombian Central Bank as  Senior Research Economist and as the President’s High Commissioner for

This week, the International Association for Feminist Economics (IAFFE) will hold its Annual Conference: “Sustaining Life: Challenges of Multidimensional Crises” starting on Tuesday, June 22nd, and concluding Friday, June 25th.

Since 2017, the Care Work and the Economy (CWE-GAM) project’s network of over 40 scholars worked together to conduct new research using the project’s field work data on paid workers

Since 2017, the Care Work and the Economy (CWE-GAM) project’s network of over 40 scholars worked together to conduct new research using the project’s field work data on paid workers

Since 2017, the Care Work and the Economy (CWE-GAM) project’s network of over 40 scholars worked together to conduct new research using the project’s field work data on paid workers

Since 2017, the Care Work and the Economy (CWE-GAM) project’s network of over 40 scholars worked together to conduct new research using the project’s field work data on paid workers

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

Stakeholder Conference

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