April 21, 2016 – The Counting Women’s Work project hosted a Google Hangout titled, “What do we Learn by Counting Women’s Work?” that examined how combining the value of unpaid care and housework with traditional economic statistics affects the analysis and design of economic and family policy.

Moderator: GRETCHEN DONEHOWER, University of California at Berkeley, Project Director, Counting Women’s Work

Speakers included:

  • ELIANA RUBIANO MATULEVICH, World Bank, Gender Cross-Cutting Solutions Area
  • NANCY FOLBRE, Department of Economics, University of Massachusetts Amherst
  • PAMELA JIMÉNEZ-FONTANA, University of Costa Rica, Central American Population Center
  • MORNÉ OOSTHUIZEN, University of Cape Town, Deputy Director, Development Policy Research Unit

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