CSWEP: Session Summaries

Sessions at the 2016 AEA/ASSA Meetings, January 3 – 5, San Francisco, CA

Gender Sessions

Long Hours Jobs and Specialization in Marriage
Motherhood and the Labor Market
Education and Gender

Public Economics Sessions

Health Behavior and Outcomes
Education
Public Finance

Co-sponsored with the History of Economics Society: 200 Years of Women Economists


Sessions at the 2015 Southern Economic Association Meetings, November 21 – 23, New Orleans, LA

Organizer: Ragan Petrie, George Mason University

Panel Co-Sponsored with CSMGEP: The Status of Women & Minorities in the Economics Profession
Paper Session: Public Policy, Entrepreneurs, Education and Health
CSWEP Networking Lunch
Paper Session: Labor Supply and Gender
Paper Session: Effects of Ethnicity and Culture on Economic Outcomes


Sessions @ 90th Western Economic Association International Conference, June 28-July 2, 2015, Honolulu, HI

Chair: Bevin Ashenmiller, Occidental College

CSWEP Networking Breakfast
Paper Session: Health & Human Capital Investments
Panel: Jobs for Economists: A Discussion on the Pros and Cons of Government, Academic, Research and Private Sector Jobs
Paper Session: Risk & Development


Sessions at the 2015 Eastern Economic Association Conference, February 26 – March 1, 2015, New York, NY

Organizers: Amalia Miller, University of Virginia and Susan Averett, Lafayette College

Paper Session: Labor, Education & Knowledge Transfer
Paper Session: Public Policy &Family Well-Being
Panel Discussion: What Do Female Economists Do Outside of Academia?
CSWEP Networking Breakfast
Paper Session: Macroeconomics
Paper Session: Gender & Development
Paper Session: Effects of US Policy & Economics on Health & Safety


Sessions at the 2015 Midwest Economics Association Conference, March 27– March 29, 2015, Minneapolis, MN

Organizer: Anne Winkler, University of Missouri-St. Louis

Panel: Advice for Job Seekers
CSWEP Networking Luncheon
Panel: Discussion on Academic Careers


Sessions at the 2014 Southern Economic Association Meetings, November 22 – 24, 2014, Atlanta, GA

Organizer: Ragan Petrie, George Mason University

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Session Titles:
Panel Co-Sponsored with CSMGEP: The Status of Women & Minorities in the Economics Profession
Paper Session: Women & Development

CSWEP Networking Lunch
Panel: Research Publishing Challenges & Strategies


Sessions at the 89th Conference of the Western Economics Association International, June 27-July 1, 2014, Denver, CO

Organizer: Bevin M. Ashenmiller, Occidental College

Session Titles:
A Panel on Using Government Data
Jobs for Economists: A Panel on the Pros and Cons of Government, Academic, Research and Private Sector Jobs
Environmental Economics
Investments in Children
Caregiving and Investment Choices for Older Americans
CSWEP Networking Breakfast


Sessions at the 2014 Mid-western Economic Association Conference, March 21-23, 2014, Evanston, IL

Organizer: Anne Winkler, University of Missouri-St. Louis

Session Titles:
Panel Discussion: Advice for Job Seekers
CSWEP Networking Luncheon
Panel Discussion: Academic Careers


Sessions at the 2014 Eastern Economic Association Meeting, March 6-9, 2014, Boston, MA

Organizer: Amalia Miller, University of Virginia

Session Titles:
Factors Affecting Healthcare Utilization
Career­-Family Conflict

Effects of US Policies on Low­ Income Populations
Effects of US Industrial Regulation and Policy
Child Health
Risky Behavior and Health
Public Policy Effects on Labor and Health in Developing Countries
CSWEP Networking Breakfast


Two CSWEP sponsored sessions will be published in the May American Economic Review 2011 Papers and Proceedings: New Developments in Housing Research and Gender Gaps in Families, Health Care and Industry

Sessions at the 2011 Southern Economic Association International Conference, November 19-21, 2011, Washington, DC

Session titles:
Health Outcomes and Occupational Advancement


Sessions at the 2011 Western Economic Association International Conference, June 29-July 3, 2011, San Diego

Session titles:
Striking a Balance: Getting Tenure and Having a Life
Education


Sessions at the 2011 Eastern Economic Association Meeting, February 25-26, 2011, New York City

Session titles:
The Economics of Gender
Health Economics
Economics of Obesity
Human Capital
Issues in Health Economics
Health


Sessions at the 2011 Midwest Economics Meeting, March 18-20, 2011, St. Louis, MO

Financial Markets and Currency
Chair:
Perspectives on Gender and Family: Session in Honor of Marianne A. Ferber
Chair: Anne Winkler


Sessions at the Southern Economic Association Annual Meeting, November 20-22, 2010, Atlanta, GA

Session Titles:
Crises, Employment, Wealth, and Credit
Time Allocation: Women Caring for Themselves and Others
Marriage, Risk, and Veterinarians
Issues of Migration and Multi-nationals


Sessions at the WEA 2010 Annual Meeting, June 29-July 3, 2010, Hilton Portland & Executive Tower, Oregon

Session Titles:
Family ties and the labor force
CHAIR Jennifer Imazeki, San Diego State University


Sessions at the MEA 2010 Annual Meeting, March 19, 2010, Hotel Orrington, Chicago, Illinois

Session Titles:
Topics in Household Economics
Institutions and Economic Welfare


Sessions at the EEA 2010 Annual Meeting, February 25-27, 2010

Session Titles:
The Economics of Obesity
Health Economics
Health and Labor Economics


CSWEP Sessions at the 2010 Annual Meeting, published in the May American Economic Review 2010

Session Titles:
Gender, Jobs, Success & Placement;
Human Capital, Work and Outcomes


2010 Annual Meeting: CSWEP Sponsored Sessions
CeMENT mentoring program session abstract,
CSWEP Gender Sessions Summaries,
CSWEP Non-Gender Sessions Summaries (Personnel Economics)


CSWEP Sessions at the Eastern Economics Association Meetings, February 25-February 27, 2010


CSWEP Sessions at the Southern Economic Association Meetings, San Antonio, TX, November 21-23, 2009

Session Title: Women in the Labor Market: Choices and Outcomes


CSWEP Sessions at the Western Economic Association International 84th Annual Conference, June 29-July 3, 2009

Session Title:  Marriage, Divorce, and Mortality,
Chair: Martha Olney, University of California, Berkeley


CSWEP Sessions at the Midwest Economics Association Meetings, March 20, 2009

Session Titles: Topics in Finance; Education and Labor Markets


CSWEP Sessions at the Eastern Economics Association Meetings, February 27-March 1, 2009

Session Titles: Financial and Labor Market Cyclicality; Applied Topics in Health and Experimental Labor Economics


ASSA Meetings CSWEP Sponsored Session Summary, January  2-5, 2009, San Francisco, CA

Session Titles: The Interface Between Family and Work; Changes in Women’s Labor Supply; Human Capital Acquisition; Public Economics and the Low Income Population; Topics in International Public Economics; Education Policy and Public Economics


CSWEP Sessions at the Southern Economic Association Meetings, Washington, DC, November 21-23, 2008

Session Titles: Government (and quasi-Government) Policies; Poverty Programs; Behavior; Issues in Economic Development; Divorce, Child Support, and Substitute Families; Earnings Differentials; Wealth, Expenditures, and Economic Well-being



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