Call for Papers, GGEC15 Academic Symposium Sydney

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About the Symposium

The next Australian International Gender Economics Global Conference, the GGEC15 will be held at the University of NSW, city campus on 10 June of 2015.  This will be an academic session with the major conference taking place every second year. The theme for the 2015 Conference is “Gender Economics, Innovation, Performance”.  Find out more here http://centreforgendereconomics.org/ggec15-sydney/

“Transformation Is Possible: Moving Feminist Economics into Policies and Institutions”

Dr Caren Grown

Dr Caren Grown

Gendering the Social Sciences: a Gender Institute public lecture

Date: Thursday 14 February 2013
Time: 6.30-8pm
Venue: Sheikh Zayed Theatre, New Academic Building
Speaker: Dr Caren Grown

Caren Grown will speak about the role of feminist economics in shaping economic development policy, drawing out opportunities, constraints, and contradictions. She will develop examples from her research in the areas of economic growth and trade, public finance, and asset ownership and poverty, and her experience with various UN institutions, the multilateral development banks and bilateral donors. see more here

The LONDON SCHOOL of ECONOMICS and POLITICAL SCIENCE