Friday, 21 October 2016

Inefficient Inequality: The economic costs of gender inequality in Europe, CEPS, nov3

Dear SEIN web blog followers,

On 3 November CEPS hosts the annual CEPS-Intereconomics conference. This year's theme is Gender Inequality.

To view the program and sign up, please visit:

Much attention in research is given to the existence and measurement of gender inequality, but relatively little attention is given to the costs that result from the presence of inequality. At this conference researchers, policy-makers, and business representatives will discuss the costs and inefficiencies that result from gender inequality. What are potential solutions? Which policies? At what level?
Join us and put your view forward.

Speakers include:

Virginija Langbakk Director, European Institute for Gender Equality
Joana Pereira Economist, IMF
Diane Perrons Professor, London School of Economics
Friederike Maier, Professor of Economics, HWR Berlin
Paola Profeta, Associate Professor, University of Bocconi
Stephan Klasen, Professor of Development Economics, University of Göttingen

We are looking forward to seeing you.
On behalf of CEPS 
Matthias Busse

Mikkel Barslund
Research Fellow
Place du Congrès 1
1000 Brussels, Belgium
T: 32 (0)2 229 39 49


Ann Appermans



Place deu Congrès 1

1000 Brussels, Belgium

T: 32 (0)2 229 39 11

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