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Receive a copy of the CSWEP Newsletter delivered directly to your email inbox three times yearly.  You’ll find our Newsletter packed with great articles about how to get on the AEA’s Annual Meeting program, how to network, working with graduate students, understanding family leave policies, and a regular installment called The Top Ten List

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  •  CeMENT – This National Mentoring Workshop is held yearly immediately following the AEA Meetings.  The workshop is geared toward female junior faculty in tenure-track positions at PhD granting economics departments in the United States or at institutions with similar research expectations.
  •  CSWEP Mentoring Breakfasts – Held for two mornings during the AEA Annual Meeting, this event is an informal meet and greet affair in which junior participants are encouraged to drop in to speak to senior economists on topics such as publishing, teaching, grant writing, networking, job search, career paths, and the tenure process.
  •  Regional Workshops – CSWEP hosts panels, workshops and paper sessions at four regional meetings of the Economic Association.

 

Receive information on CSWEP Activities and stay informed on the status of women in the economics profession.

Calls for Papers – CSWEP sponsors paper sessions at the AEA Annual Meeting and regional Economic Association Meetings.

Annual Report on the Status of Women in the Economics Profession – compiled and published yearly.

Awards & Prizes – the Carolyn Shaw Bell Award and the Elaine Bennett Research Prize recognize the accomplishments of women in the economics field.

 

CSWEP is fully funded by the AEA therefore dues are no longer required.  However, CSWEP subscribers may still make a donation by following the links within the subscriber portal.