1. FEMINIST PEDAGOGY: CLASSROOM AND TEXTBOOK EXAMPLES - ROOM 22

Chair: Pam Nickless, University of North Carolina-Ashville, USA

Anna Palmer, University of West England, UK. "The Gender of Economics and the Economics of Gender: An Analysis of UK Undergraduate Courses and Textbooks,"

Zohreh Emani, Alverno College, USA. "Teaching for Valuing in Economics."




2. GENDER, ADJUSTMENT AND MACROECONOMICS - ROOM 23

Chair: Caren Grown, MacArthur Foundation, USA

Nilufer Cagatay, University of Utah, USA, and Sule Ozler, UCLA, USA. "Feminization of the Labor Force: The Effects of Long Term Development and Structural Adjustment."

Korkut Erturk and Nilufer Cagatay, University of Utah, USA, "Macroeconomic Consequences of Cyclical and Secular Changes in Feminization: An Experimentat Gendered Macro Modelling."

Diane Elson, University of Manchester, UK "Gender Awareness in ModelingStructural Adjustment."

Amit Bhaduri, Wissenschaftskolleg zu Berlin, Germany. "Consequences of the Reproduction Cost of Labour: A Consideration With Respect to Different Macroeconomic Regimes."




3. THE CHANGING DEFINITION OF A WOMEN'S ROLE - AN INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVE - ROOM 25

Chair: Lisa Cappellari, University of California-Davis, USA

Christiana Okojie, University of Benin, Nigeria. "High Fertility, ChildFosterage, and Female Education in Rural Nigeria."

Fola Odebunmi, University of Benin, Nigeria. "Conceding the Existence ofWomen: An African Perspective."

Ludovica Cottica, Modena University, Italy. "Harms and Heart: Women in the Transition Towards Industrialization in Emilia. "




4. ROUNDTABLE: FEMINIST METHODOLOGY IN ECONOMIC RESEARCH - ROOM 30

Michele Pujol, University of Victoria, Canada. "Is This Really Economics? Using Qualitative Research Methods in Feminist Economic Research."

Jennifer Olmsted, University of Michigan-Flint, USA. "Listening to Women's Stories: A Feminist Economist's Field Experience."

Myra Strober, Stanford University, USA. "Broadening Economists' Horizons: Videotape Analysis and Interviews as Alternatives to Running Regressions."