1. FEMINIST APPROACHES TO DISCRIMINATION - ROOM 22

Chair: Lee Badgett, University of Maryland, USA

Lois Yachetta, University of San Francisco, USA. "A Feminist Approach to Discrimination."

Maggie Oppenheimer, DePaul University, USA. "Explaining Persistent Discrimination: Externalities, the Social Nature of Work, and Policy Implications."




2. GENDER AND LABOR MARKETS - ROOM 25

Chair: Joyce Jacobsen, Wesleyan University, USA

Barbara Mbire, Makerere University, Uganda. "Gender Imbalances in the Labor Market: The Ugandan Informal Sector."

Silvia Berger, Argentina. "Labor Supply Factors in Argentina"

Vicky Franzinetti, Italy. "Gender Labor Analysis: A Significant Sample of Large Enterprises in Piedmont"




3. WOMEN AND ECONOMICS: TOPICS IN HISTORY AND THE HISTORY OF ECONOMIC THOUGHT - ROOM 31

Chair: Brian Cooper, Harvard University, USA

Nancy Bertaux, Xavier University, USA. "Discrimination and the Career Paths of African-American Women Teachers in Nineteenth-Century Cincinnati, Ohio."

Brigitte Bechtold, Central Michigan University, USA. "Infanticide in Nineteenth-Century France: An Economic Phenomenon."

Ulla Grapard, Colgate University, USA. "The Trouble With "Women and Economics": A Postmodern Perspective on Charlotte Perkins Gilman."




4. FEMINIST ECONOMICS EDITORIAL BOARD MEETING - ROOM 30

Diana Strassmann, Rice University, Randy Albelda, University of Mass.-Boston, Rose-Marie Avin, University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire, Robin Bartlett, Denison University, Lourdes Beneria, Cornell University, Barbara Bergmann, American University, Diane Elson, University of Manchester, Marianne Ferber, Radcliffe College, Nancy Folbre, University Mass.-Amherst, Prue Hyman,Victoria University - New Zealand, Edith Kuiper, University of Amsterdam, Michele Pujol, University of Victoria, Canada, Janet Seiz, Grinnell College, Jean Shackelford, Bucknell University, Rhonda Sharp, University of Adelaide, Myra Strober, Stanford University.