CSWEP: Mission Statement

Adopted September 16, 1997

CSWEP was founded in 1971 to eliminate discrimination against women, and to redress the low representation of women, in the economics profession. CSWEP is based on the principle that economics is a woman's field as much as it is a man's field. It is comprised of women and men in the diverse areas of the profession - in academia, government, and business. CSWEP works to assure that women's issues are considered in the committee work of the American Economic Association (AEA), makes an annual report to the AEA on the status of women in the economics profession, and engages in other efforts to promote the advancement of women in the economics profession.

Resolution Adopted by the American Economic Association - December 28, 1971

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