- Lena Edlund (Columbia University)
- Lawrence Kahn (Cornell University)
- Michael Keane (University of Technology Sydney)
- Christian Dustmann (University College London), Bernd Fitzenberger (Albert-Ludwigs-University Freiburg, ZEW), Olaf Hübler (Leibniz University Hannover), Kornelius Kraft (University of Dortmund, ZEW), Stephen Machin (University College London, London School of Economics), Elke Wolf (University of Applied Science, Munich)
The workshop focuses on theoretical and empirical research on gender in the labour market. This includes: analysis of gender differences in pre-market human capital, experience, seniority, occupations, earnings, wealth, training and mobility; changing gender roles in changing economies, theories of discrimination; the family as an economic unit; the role of marriage markets; time allocation; policies affecting paid work and family; the impact of welfare reform on single mothers; gender differences in different countries. We would also welcome any papers in other areas looking at gender related questions.
Download the program of the workshop Gender and the Labour Market as PDF file.
Download the Call for Papers as PDF file.
For more detailed information you can also visit the homepage of the research network Flexibility in Heterogeneous Labour Markets (Flexibilisierungspotenziale bei heterogenen Arbeitsmärkten) of the German Research Foundation (DFG). There you can also find the papers that will be presented at the workshop. Have a look at our work in progress.