ALLIED SOCIAL SCIENCE ASSOCIATIONS, January 3-5, 2003, Washington, DC
IAFFE and IAFFE Co-sponsored SESSIONS:


Thursday, January 2, 9:30-3:30 PEDAGOGY WORKSHOP, American University
Thursday, January 2, 3:30-6:30 Grand Hyatt, Latrobe: IAFFE Finance Committee Meeting
Thursday, January 2, 3:30-6:30 Grand Hyatt, Latrobe: IAFFE Board Meeting

Sunday, January 5, 1:30-4:00 Grand Hyatt, Latrobe: Feminist Economics Associate Editors Meeting


Friday, January 3,12:30-2:15 Grand Hyatt, Constitution C & D Membership Meeting/Authors Celebration

Friday, January 3, Grand Hyatt, Latrobe: 2:30 PM (ASGE/IAFFE)

Session Title
: Amartya Sen's Work: A Gender Perspective
Presiding: Janos Horvath, Budapest University of Economic Sciences

Fabienne Peter, University of Basel: "Gender and the Foundations of Social Choice: The role of situated agency"
Des Gasper and Irene van Staveren, Institute of Social Studies, the Hague: "Development as Freedom, and as what else? Contributions and Shortcomings of Amartya Sen's development philosophy for feminist economics"
Stephan Klasen, University of Munich and Claudia Wink, DEG Cologne: "Missing Women: A
review of the debates and an analysis of recent trends"
Stanley Engerman, University of Rochester: “Slavery, Freedom, and Sen”

Discussants: Jane Humphries, All Souls College
Amartya Sen, Trinity College

Saturday, January 4. Grand Hyatt/Wilson 8:00 AM
Session Title: New Institutionalism meets Feminism (J12)Presiding: Nancy Folbre, University of Massachusetts-Amherst

Lena C. Edlund, Columbia University, and Rohini Pande, Columbia University--The Evolution of Gender Biased Institutions
Matthew J. Baker, U.S. Naval Academy, and Joyce P. Jacobsen, Wesleyan University--The Customary Sexual Division of Labor
Douglas W. Allen, Simon Fraser University, Krishna Pendakur, Simon Fraser University, and Wing C. Suen, University of Hong Kong--No-Fault Divorce and the Compression of Marriage Ages
Discussants: Maristella Botticini, Boston University
Gillian K. Hadfield, University of Southern California
Vijayendra Rao, World Bank

SATURDAY, JANUARY 4. GRAND HYATT/WILSON: 2:30 PM

Session Title:
. Careers, Wheels & Cash: Economic Impacts of Gender and Race (J15-16)
Presiding: Lisa Saunders University of Massachusetts, Amherst

Marlene Kim, University of Massachusetts-Boston--Race and Gender Differences in Earnings: The Penalties Paid by Black Women
Catherine Weinberger, University of California, Santa Barbara--Racial Wage Gaps among College Graduates
Martha Olney, University of California-Berkeley--An Examination of Racial Inequality in Access to Emergency Credit Among the Poor
Lisa Saunders, University of Massachusetts-Amherst--Slow Going: Trends in Travel Time to Work Among Women of Color
Discussants: William A. Darity, Jr., University of North Carolina
Marianne A. Ferber, University of Illinois, Champaign-Urbana

SATURDAY, JANUARY 4. GRAND HYATT/WILSON: 10:15 AM

Session Title: Trade Openness, Labor Market Informalization and Women's Wages: an International Perspective (F14, F15, J31)
Presiding: Gale Summerfield, University of Illinois
Günseli Berik, University of Utah and Koc University (Istanbul, Turkey), Yana van der Meulen Rodgers, College of William and Mary, and Joseph E. Zveglich, Jr., Asian Development Bank, Sri Lanka--Has Trade Openness in East Asia Helped Women's Relative Wages?

Lourdes Beneria, Cornell University, and Maria Floro, American University--Gender Constructs and Labor Market Informalization: Homeworking, Finance and Bargaining Power
Roksana Bahramitash, Concordia University--Globalisation and the Gender-Based Distribution of Income: Lessons from Southeast Asia
James Heintz, and Robert Pollin, University of Massachusetts-Amherst--The Role of the Informal Sector in Creating Viable Global Labor Standards
Discussants: Tomas Palley, Open Society Institute
Korkut Ertuk, University of Utah


SUNDAY, JANUARY 5 CONVENTION CENTER, RM 17: 10:15 AM (URPE/IAFFE)

Session Title
: Gender and Global Human Security
Presiding: Gale Summerfield, University of Illinois

Maria Floro, American University, "Macroeconomic Policies, Globalization and Gender: Issues and Challenges in an Era of Declining Economic Security"
Nahid Aslanbeigui, Monmouth University, Gale Summerfield, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, "Gender Equity as a Global Public Good"
Marianne Ferber, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign , Carole A. Green, "The Long-Run Effect of Part-Time Work"
Ellen Mutari, Richard Stockton College, "Radical Political Economy and the State: Lessons from Gender Theory"
Discussants: Shaianne Osterreich, Ithaca College
Esther Wangari, Towson State University