IAFFE at 1996 AEA






Presentations Made at the Conference

A Map of Herland: The Economics of Charlotte Perkins Gilman
At the Threshold: Women and People of Color in the Early Economics Profession
The New Family Values? Women and Children Last
Can Feminist Thought Improve Economic Inquiry
A Feminist Approach to Discrimination
Women, Poverty and Policy: An International Perspective





"A Map of Herland: The Economics of Charlotte Perkins Gilman"

Chair: Anne Mayhew, University of Tennessee

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At the Threshold: Women and People of Color in the Early Economics Profession

Chair: Lisa Saunders, University of Massachusetts, Amherst

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"The New Family Values? Women and Children Last."

Chair: Laurie Bassi

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"Can Feminist Thought Improve Economic Inquiry?"

Chair: Myra Strober, Stanford University

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"A Feminist Approach to Discrimination" URPE/IAFFE

Chair: Ronald Oaxaca, University of Arizona

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"Women, Poverty and Policy: An International Perspective", ASE/IAFFE

Chair: Julie Nelson

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