Intensive Course – Day 7

Macroeconomic models are in general not fully gender aware, instead often grouping individuals regardless of gender. However, many studies have found that women and men have different economic and social

Training Course Care Work and the Economy, in partnership with the Levy Economics Institute, is conducting a training course to be carried out in June 28th-July 16th 2021 for government


ABOUT RETHINKING MACROECONOMICS The Rethinking Macroeconomics Working Group is bringing gender dimensions into macroeconomic models, particularly in the case of care provisioning.  Researchers in the Rethinking Macroeconomics Cluster are working

Our Research Team

Looking out at the world in wheelchair


Care Work and the Economy is producing new research and developing innovative analytic tools to advance our understanding of care work –care of children, the sick and disabled, and the elderly and to demonstrate how integrating care into policy tools such as macromodels provide a more comprehensive understanding of policy impacts on growth, distribution, and gender equality. Our research agenda has three main components: 1) Rethinking Macroeconomics, 2) Understanding and Measuring Care, 3) Gender-Aware Applied Modelling.