"A Map of Herland: The
Economics of Charlotte Perkins Gilman"
Chair: Anne Mayhew, University of Tennessee
- Mary Ann Dimand, Yale University, "Gilman as Polemicist."
- Mary Hill, Bucknell University, "Gilman's Women in Economics: The
Autobiography of an Idea."
- Ulla Grappard, Colgate University, "The Trouble with Women and Economics.
Shouldn't That Be in Quotation Marks?"
- Margaret Lewis, College of Saint Benedict and David Sebberson, St. Cloud State
University, "Feminist Nature and Masculinist Nature: The Rhetoric of Charlotte
Perkins Gilman and Thomas Robert Malthus."
- Bette Polkinghorn, California State University,
- Jane Rossetti, Franklin and Marshall College
At the Threshold: Women and People of Color in the Early Economics
Chair: Lisa Saunders, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
- Lynne Burbridge, Wellesley Collge, "Early African-American Economic Thought: A
- Barbara Libby, Nigrara University, "As Time Goes By, A Yearly Analysis of Women
in Economics, 1900-1940."
- Jean Shackelford, Bucknell University, "Mable Newcomer and the Economics
- Robert Dimand, Brock University, "Mable Timlin and Keynesian Economics."
- William A. Darity, Jr., University of North Carolina
- Janet Seiz, Grinnell College
"The New Family Values? Women and Children Last."
Chair: Laurie Bassi
- Teresa Amott: "Welfare Reform as if Women Mattered: Feminist
Critiques of the Current Debate."
- Maggie Coleman, Parallels between handling poverty in the 19th century
Northeast, and present welfare reform.
- Elaine Sorensen, "Non-Custodial Fathers and Their Child Support
- Stephanie Seguino and Sandy Butler, "To Work or Not to Work: Is that the
(Right) Question? or Gender, Economic Methodology, and Wels too. )
- Andrea Beller, University of Ilinois
- Heather Boushey
"Can Feminist Thought Improve Economic Inquiry?"
Chair: Myra Strober, Stanford University
"A Feminist Approach to Discrimination" URPE/IAFFE
Chair: Ronald Oaxaca, University of Arizona
- Lois Yachetta "What Have We Learned About Discrimination Against
Women? A Feminist Critique of Traditional Economic Approaches to
- Emily Hoffman, "Discrimination and Normative Economics"
- Deborah M. Figart, "Gender as More than a Dummy Variable: Feminist
Approaches to Discrimination"
- Marlene Kim, "Salary Surveys--A Subjective Analysis"
- Solomon Polachek, State University of New York, Binghamton
- Myra Strober, Stanford University
"Women, Poverty and Policy: An International Perspective", ASE/IAFFE
Chair: Julie Nelson
- Steven Pressman, "The Gender Poverty Gap in Developed Countries:
Causes and Cures."
- Jean Pyle, "Women in the Export-Led Development in Singapore and Ireland: The
Differential Impact of State Policy."
- Gale Summerfield, "Economic Reform and Poverty of Women in China and Vietnam."
- Peter F. Bell, "The Pivotal Role of Exploitation of Women in Thailand's Capitalist Development."
- Nahid Aslanganbegui, Monmouth College
- Emily Northrup, Keene State College