GGEC19: Global Gender Economics Conference 2019

Country: Australia

City: Melbourne

Abstr. due: 16.08.2019

Dates: 23.10.19 — 24.10.19

Area Of Sciences: Economics and management; Sociology;

Organizing comittee e-mail: Susanne.moore@gendereconomics.org

Organizers: RMIT University

 

Conference theme for the GGEC19 is sustainability and quadruple bottom line reporting (economic, environment, social + gender). This is a significant subject which can be applied to all aspects of Gender Economics through the areas of Policy, Economics, Environment, and Innovation and Health. Each component of the conference has relevance to economics and gender - note Gender Economics is NOT just about women but about how we exploit gender for profit or some sort of economic gain. Gender Economics can also be helpful when looking at innovation and how gendered thinking impacts innovation in relation to business models.

 

Category 1 - General Subject Areas:

 

  • Gender and economy,
  • History of gendered policy formation,
  • Costs of inequity for business,
  • Economic modelling theories and gendered assumptions
  • Challenging the impacts of traditional gender norms on contemporary market forces,
  • Macroeconomics and gender,
  • Liberating economics,
  • Gender analysis of policy,
  • Policy and intersectionality,
  • Gender hierarchies,
  • Critiques of the economic approach,
  • Contemporary considerations of household as economic unit,
  • Earning differences,
  • Gender and reporting (for example through quadruple bottom line)
  • Gender and organizations,
  • Gender and current global trends and economic impacts: of nationalism, the rise of conservatism and masculinities- attacks on free press, fake news, reduced women’s access to reproductive and sexual health, including abortion, closed or defund childcare, dismantling of the health care system, restricted access to the health care system, changes in the education system, segregation of women and men in social systems
  • Future trends in economic and social structures,
  • Economic empowerment of women,
  • Investment in women,
  • Diversity economics (Organizational and Business models),
  • Equity in decision making,
  • Gender collaboration in sustainability,
  • Gender exploitation,
  • Human trafficking and modern slavery

Category 3 - Method:

 

    Conceptual/theory
    Quantitative
    Qualitative

 
Category 4 - Level of Analysis:

 

    Individual/Team
    Venture/Firm
    Industry/Region/Nation
    Other – please specify

 
Category 5 - Context:

 

    Government/governance
    Industry/Entrepreneurship/Workplace
    Environmental/Social/Cultural
    Local/Regional/National/Global

 

 

Conference Web-Site: https://www.ggec19.com.au/