Mulberry Tree by Wendy Weiss, 2011-12
12-14th July, 2013
Palo Alto, California
The 2013 IAFFE conference theme, “Feminist Economists’ Perspectives on Women’s Education and Work Across the Globe,” is intended to encourage interdisciplinary dialogue on the issues facing women’s access to work and education across the globe. In addition to regular presentations, we invite everyone to organize sessions and present papers using the feminist perspective to analyze the multiple aspects of educational attainment and work opportunities facing women today.
IAFFE has a Paper Submission Policy that reflects our desire to promote opportunities for wide participation among individuals. The following guidelines apply to the submission of papers for the IAFFE Annual Conference:
Participants are limited to two appearances on the annual program (excluding the role of chair)
Participants are limited to one formal paper and one informal roundtable discussion
Participants are free to be a co-author on a second paper so long as the co-author is presenting the paper
None of the limitations would exclude a participant from chairing a session
Please note that once you have submitted your abstract you will not be able to edit it
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Paper Submissions: The submission deadline has now passed.
The pre-conference workshop is designed for scholars and activists new to feminist economics. It provides presentations by established scholars in the field. This year we will be presenting topics such as feminist economic methodologies; caring labor; women, work and migration; race and gender in the American economy; global perspectives on gender and economics; and publishing feminist economic research.
The Pre-Conference workshop will be held in the Fisher Conference Center in rooms Lane, Lyons and Ladato.
9:00-9:15 Welcome – Julie Nelson
9:15-10:00 Feminist Economic Methodologies – Ellen Mutari
10:00-10:45 Publishing Feminist Economics Research-Deb Figart
11:00-11:45 Women, Work, and Migration – Mary Lopez
11:45-12:30 Race and Gender in the American Economy– Lisa Saunders
2:00-2:45 Queer and Post-Colonial Approaches in Feminist Economics-Karin Schonpflug
2:45-3:30 Caring Labor- Valeria Esquivel
Call for papers:
Date and Time Event
July 11, 2013
8:30-12:00 Board Meeting
2:00-3:50 Associate Editors Meeting
4:00-6:00 Journal Retreat
July 12, 2013
8:00-10:00 Committee Meetings (Contact Chair for meeting location)
2:30-3:30 Publications Committee Meeting
3:45-4:30 General Membership Meeting + Book Celebration
4:30-5:30 Open Forum
5:45-7:00 Reception-Stanford Faculty Club
July 13, 2013
7:00-9:00 Dinner (tickets required) Stanford Faculty Club
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Special Rates at Local Hotels Now Available:
IAFFE has reserved blocks of rooms at the Westin, Sheraton and Cardinal hotels in Palo Alto.
To reserve your room at the Westin or Sheraton please use the following methods:
Call or email:
Westin:1-800-937-8461 Email the Westin
Sheraton: 1-800-325-3535 Email the Sheraton
When booking please include the following:
Guest name, arrival/departure date, address, phone number and be sure to mention that you are participating in the Annual Conferece of the "International Association for Feminist Economics". To guarantee a reservation, one must give a credit card number and expiration date.
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