Online Events

IAFFE offers a diverse array of events throughout the year, tailored to address topical issues and to cater to the varied interests of members. Most recent events include: 

FE 101: Time-Use Surveys: Importance, Challenges, and Future Directions

Research Methods: Integrating historical perspectives in feminist research

Online events are organized under the tracks listed below. All past events are available on IAFFE's YouTube page.

Building Bridges: Explores how to build bridges among stakeholders across different sectors working on key issues within feminist economic agendas.
Feminist Economics 101: Interviews of senior scholars by young/early career scholars about their work and key concepts in feminist economics
Feminist Macroeconomics: Examines critical current issues in macroeconomic theory and policy from a feminist economic lens.
Feminist Economics of Global Reproductive Justice: Highlights the economic channels and impacts of reproductive justice and creates a convening space for global feminist economic reflections to support movements for reproductive justice.
Fireside Chats: Interviews that feature authors of recently released books with important feminist economic content or seminal scholars in the field. 
IAFFE Academy: Ongoing professional development events covering all aspects of career-building for those who are new to feminist economics.
Regional Feminist Economic Dialogues: Focuses on feminist economic topics of importance within different regions, held in regional-specific languages and time zones.
Research Methods: Delves into methodological issues within feminist economic research and various aspects of rigorous methods for conducting feminist research.


IAFFE’s Online Events Committee curates the Online Events series. Any IAFFE member may join the Committee