Theme 2 Workshop 2022

STEG Theme Workshop Series 2022

at 13:00 BST, London

Each of the six STEG Themes will host online workshops in September 2022. These workshops will play a role in helping to share knowledge of the current research frontier and in identifying open research questions.

This workshop aimed at bringing together leading economists in macro and micro development to discuss the linkages between home production, market work, and structural transformation in the development process. 

The recording of the workshop is available here. Timestamps for each presentation can be found in the description of the video.


13:00    Welcoming remarks - Taryn Dinkelman (Notre Dame & CEPR) & Rachel Ngai (LSE & CEPR)

13:05     Gender Education Gap and Economic Development - Ying Feng (National University of Singapore), Michelle Rendall (Monash) and Jie Ren (National University of Singapore) Slides

14:05     The Distribution of the Gender Wage Gap: An Equilibrium Model - Sonia Bhalotra (University of Warwick), Manuel Fernández Sierra (Universidad de los Andes) and Fan Wang (Houston) Paper & Slides

15:05     Break

15:20     Job search technology, social networks, and gender: Experimental evidence from Urban India - Farzana Afridi (Indian Statistical Unit), Amrita Dhillon (King's College London), Sanchari Roy (King's College London) and Nikita Sangwan (Indian Statistical Unit) Slides

16:20     A Field of Her Own: Property Rights and Women’s Agency in Myanmar - Alexander Fertig (University of Michigan), Alexandra Hartman (University College London),  Lakshmi Iyer (University of Notre Dame) and Edmund Malesky (Duke University) Paper & Slides

17:20     Break

17:35     Mobile Internet Adoption and Inclusive Structural Change: Evidence from Nigerian Non-Farming Enterprises - Bernardo Caldarola (Sussex) PaperSlides

18:35     A Theory of Structural Change, Home Production and Leisure - Alessio Moro (University of Cagliari), Fenicia Cossu (University of Cagliari), F. Javier Rodriguez-Roman (University of Cagliari), Silvio Tunis (University of Cagliari)

19:35     Closing remarks

19:40     Workshop ends

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