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

Stephanie Seguino

Stephanie Seguino is Professor of Economics at the University of Vermont, USA, and Research Associate at the University of Massachusetts/Amherst Political Economy Research Institute. Prior to obtaining a Ph.D. from

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

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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,

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The global financial crisis that began in 2008 resulted in the widespread destruction of jobs. Effects were felt disproportionately among subordinate racial groups and women. While mainstream analyses emphasize regulatory

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

Levi Altringer

Levi Altringer is a PhD Candidate in Economics at Colorado State University in Fort Collins where he also received a master’s degree in Economics. His research interests include stratification economics,

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The Care Work and Economy project has awarded five research teams funding to produce theoretical gender-aware macromodels that incorporate care in the development context.  Each team contributes to one of

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

Diane Elson

Diane Elson, from the United Kingdom, is Emeritus Professor in the Department of Sociology at Essex University, Visiting Professor at the WiSE Research Centre, Glasgow Caledonian University and Research Associate