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The findings and policy recommendations emanating from the Counting Women's Work research in Vietnam will be discussed at a workshop to be held in Hanoi, Vietnam, on 23 May 2017.
Piedad Urdinola discussed results from the Colombia CWW research at a seminar entitled "The economics of caring and public policy" in Bogotá on 16 November 2016.
The Counting Women's Work project presented a special session at the 38th International Association of Time Use Research (IATUR) Conference, hosted in Seoul, South Korea, from 19 to 22 July 2016.
Counting Women's Work research highlighted in this article by Kate Belohlav of the Population Reference Bureau
Results from the National Time Transfer Accounts/Counting Women's Work research for Colombia were discussed at a seminar hosted by B. Piedad Urdinola and Jorge Tovar on June 1, 2016.
March 2016 saw at least two events in which members of the global Counting Women's Work team will be participating.
Press release for the Counting Women's Work research for Costa Rica, led by Pamela Jiménez-Fontana.
Economic activity is heavily gender-determined, leading to large differences in labor income; based on different labor force participation but also, different wages. What “gender dividend” might we get in the future from closing some of the gaps? This was the topic explored by Gretchen Donehower at the recent Workshop on the Demographic Dividend, ICFP 2016 held in Nusa Dua, Indonesia.
We are pleased to announce the three winners of the Gender Paper Prize from the 11th Global Meeting of the NTA Network, held in Dakar in June 2016.
The Counting Women's Work research is the focus of the National Transfer Accounts (NTA) Bulletin No. 11. Results from Ghana, Mexico, Senegal, the United States and Vietnam are featured in the bulletin, which can be downloaded directly from the NTA website.