28th IAFFE Annual Conference

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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 theme of Solidarities and Challenges at the Intersection of Inequalities. Feminist economics comprises a unique, critical contribution to the interdisciplinary scholarship addressing this challenging topic.

The panels will feature several members of the Care Work and the Economy research team and presenting ongoing work as follows:

Care Economy: Paid and Unpaid Work in Korea

June 29, 2019 8:30 to 10:20
Room 10b

  • Ito Peng — Measuring the overall consequences of caregiving: a multidimensional approach
  • Seung-Eun Cha — Thinking about Hard Times for Elder Care in Korea: The Gap of Actual Care Hours and Preferred Care Hours
  • Joo Yeoun Suh — Counting unpaid and paid care in Korea

Rethinking Macroeconomics I

June 28, 2019 13:50 to 15:40

  • Elissa Braunstein — Policy Analysis in a Macroeconomic Model of Social Reproduction
  • Ignacio Gonzalez — The Unequal Distribution of Care Work and the Macroeconomy
  • Ray Miller — Long-Term Care and Family Power Dynamics
  • James Heintz — Endogenous Growth, Population Dynamics, and Returns to Scale: Long-Run Macroeconomics When Demography Matters

Rethinking Macroeconomics II

June 29, 2019 8:30 to 10:20

  • Ipek Ilkkaracan — Impact of Investing in Social Care on Employment Generation, Time- and Income-Poverty and Gender Gaps: A Macro-Micro Policy Simulation for Turkey
  • Ozlem Onaran — The effects of gender, income, and wealth inequality and economic policies on macroeconomic performance: the case of the UK
  • Marzia Fontana — Applied modelling of gender equitable macro-policies and care provision: the contribution of computable general equilibrium (CGE) models
  • Elizabeth King — Understanding the care burden in households: An analytical approach using demographic and time-use data