THE INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION FOR FEMINIST ECONOMICS
College of Arts and Sciences
invite you to
THE 1996 SUMMER CONFERENCE ON FEMINIST ECONOMICS
Where: American University, Washington, DC
When: June 21 - 23, 1996
Click here for the Preliminary Program
SESSIONS IN FORMATION:
- feminist social policy and the attack on big government
- is every woman entitled to have as many children as she wants, at the
expense of the taxpayers?
- government support for child care: the number one feminist issue?
- economic theory: feminist economists know what they don't like. Have
any good substitutes emerged?
- is affirmative action unfair?
- experimental evidence of discrimination in the marketplace
- doing feminist economics through survey research
Special feature: A psychologist, sociologist, historian, lawyer, and a journalist,
feminists all, will prowl the conference and give us their unvarnished view
of feminist economics.
If you want to GIVE A PAPER or want to LEAD A FREE-FOR-ALL DISCUSSION, indicate
the topic on the signup sheet.
Sessions will be 1 hour and 40 minutes, most being 2-paper sessions with
no formal discussants, but ample time for general discussion from the floor.
Space is limited, so reserve early.
If you would like to come, return the signup sheet with your payment to
Jean Shackelford, Department of Economics, Bucknell University, Lewisburg,
PA 17837 <email@example.com> Phone 717-524-3441 Fax 717-524-3451
THOSE PAYING BY CREDIT CARD MAY FAX THEIR SIGN-UP SHEET.
Sign-up deadline: May 15, 1996
On-site coordinator: Sharon Childs-Patrick <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Phone 202-885-3769, Fax 202-885-3790.
PLEASE PAY FOR REGISTRATION, ROOM AND FOOD IN ADVANCE. Make checks payable
Start: Friday June 21, 2:00 pm End: Sunday June 23, 3:40 pm
Will you give a paper? ______ Lead a discussion?______
- Conference registration:
- IAFFE Members $65
- Nonmembers $105
- Students $20
to join IAFFE Contact Jean Shackelford-- or see IAFFE Homepage for information:
Dorm room with semi-private bath, per night
- Single occupancy $69
- Double occupancy $45
- Breakfasts $4
- Lunches $9
- Gourmet dinner $20
Circle the appropriate choice and write in appropriate dollar amounts:
- student $ ____________
- Dorm Room:
- single occupancy
- double occupancy
- Friday night
- Saturday night
- Sunday night $ ____________
TOTAL PAYMENT $ ____________