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CfP: 35th Annual Conference of the European Association for Evolutionary Political Economy

September 13 - September 15

Leeds, UK

13-15 September 2023

Call for Papers for Research Area [K] Gender Economics and Social Identity

Coordinators: Melissa Langworthy
Ladysmith

Melissa.e.langworthy@gmail.com

Alyssa Schneebaum
Vienna University of Economics and Business, AT
alyssa.schneebaum@wu.ac.at

You can find the general Call for Papers for the EAEPE conference here: https://eaepe.org/?page=events&side=annual_conference&sub=eaepe_2023_cfp

Important dates:

31 March 2023: Abstract submission deadline

28 April 2023: Notification of abstract acceptance; registration opens

26 May 2023: Early registration closes

23 June 2023: Late registration closes (for authors to be included in the scientific programme)

11 August 2023: Submission of full papers deadline (if applicable)

Theoretical background and empirical context of Research Area [K]

Feminist political economy (FPE) is a dynamic and evolving field of intellectual inquiry that challenges traditional political economy. It draws on and builds connections between key ideas from feminist economics, institutional economics, and economic sociology to ask how political economies can provision human needs and well-being. As such, it demands the reconceptualization of the scope, methodologies, and identities that are integral to creating a more intersectional, inclusive, and nuanced study of political economy at all levels – state, formal institutions, households, and individuals.  In calling for specific and rigorous analyses of gender and social identity in political economy -and one that utilizes an intersectional feminist lens - we hope to lay the groundwork for an evolutionary political economy that is equal to the task of contemporary challenges.

Past sessions at the annual EAEPE conference have been organized on feminist methodologies, gender and evolutionary economics, gender in development economics, and gendered institutions in labour markets. We are open to any other themes that would contribute to building a strong discourse for gender and social identity within political economy, economics, and related fields.

Possible fields of research

  • Provisioning
  • Intersectionality
    • Discrimination in gay and lesbian lives
  • Gender/social identity and global issues
    • Gender/social identity and migration, environment and/or conflict
    • Gender/social identity and financial crisis
    • Social reproduction and crisis
  • Gender/ social identity and institutions
    • Gender/ social identity, well-being and civil society
    • International development institutions, gender, and women’s empowerment in economic life
    • Gender, race, and ethnic inequality(ies) in the workplace
    • Central bank policy and gender/ social identity
  • Gender/ social identity and financial lives
    • Central bank policy and gender/ social identity
    • Gender/social identity and financialization, debt, and/or consumerism
  • Gender/ social identity and labor
    • Unpaid and care work in the global economy
    • Gender, race, and ethnic inequality(ies) in the workplace
  • Other:
    • Infrastructure and gender equity
    • Gendered aspects of employment policies
    • Gender/social identity and the macroeconomy
    • Teaching and learning of feminist economics
    • Gender and the production of knowledge
  • And others…

 

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September 13
End:
September 15
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