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Winner of 2021 Agarwal Book Prize + Honorable Mention
IAFFE Announces the winner of THE SURAJ MAL AND SHYAMA ...
IAFFE @ ASSA 2022
January 7-9, 2022 | Boston, MA USA | The 2022 ...
Call for Nominations | IAFFE Board of Directors
Please consider nominating a candidate (or candidates) for IAFFE President-Elect ...
Membership Meeting | January 30, 2021, 16:00 UTC
Invitation to the January 30, 2021 IAFFE Annual Membership Meeting ...
Volunteer to Serve on an IAFFE Committee
The committees are where a lot of our work as ...
Statement on Universal Social Provisioning
IAFFE, the largest academic association for feminist economists, champions universal ...
IAFFE Statement re Toxic Environment for Women in Economics in the U.S.
The findings of talented undergraduate economics student Alice Wu's analysis ...

Book Spotlight

 
Reassembling Motherhood: Procreation and Care In A Globalized World
Yasmine Ergas, Jane Jenson & Sonya Michel COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY PRESS ...
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Announcements

Cecilia Conrad to receive NEA's Westerfield Award

National Economic Association will present the Westerfield Award to former ...

IAFFE Statement on Immigrant & Travel Restrictions

The following is a Statement by the International Association for ...

Remembering Lois B. Shaw

Many of you will remember Lois, who was an early ...

Letter to President Erdoğan of Turkey

H.E. Recep Tayyip Erdoğan
President of the Republic of ...

The Economist | A Proper Reckoning

Feminist economics deserves recognition as a distinct branch of the ...

Why we need Feminist Economists

Professor Naila Kabeer looks back over the history of feminist ...


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