SI 2023 Gender in the Economy

Jessica Goldberg, Claudia Goldin, Claudia Olivetti, Jessica Pan, and Alessandra Voena, Organizers

July 24-25, 2023

University BC

Royal Sonesta Hotel, 40 Edwin H. Land Blvd., Cambridge, MA and

Conference Code of Conduct

Monday, July 24
12:00 pm
1:00 pm
Abi Adams, University of Oxford
Kristiina Huttunen, Aalto University
Emily E. Nix, University of Southern California
Ning Zhang, The Chinese University of Hong Kong

The Dynamics of Abusive Relationships
1:50 pm
Manisha Shah, University of California, Berkeley and NBER
Jennifer Seager, George Washington University
Joao Montalvao, The World Bank
Markus Goldstein, The World Bank

Sex, Power, and Adolescence: Intimate Partner Violence and Sexual Behaviors
2:40 pm
2:55 pm
Andrew W. Beauchamp, Wright State University
Rossella Calvi, Rice University
Scott Fulford, Consumer Financial Protection Bureau

Terms of Engagement: Migration, Dowry, and Love in Indian Marriages
3:45 pm
4:00 pm
Arielle Bernhardt, Harvard University
Patrick Agte, Yale University

The Economics of Caste Norms: Purity, Status, and Women’s Work in India
4:50 pm
Ursina Schaede, Tufts University
Ville Mankki, University of Turku

Quota vs. Quality? Long-Term Gains from an Unusual Gender Quota
5:40 pm
6:30 pm
Conference Dinner - Royal Sonesta (Skyline AB)
Tuesday, July 25
8:30 am
Coffee and Pastries
9:00 am
Christine L. Exley, University of Michigan
Raymond Fisman, Boston University and NBER
Judd B. Kessler, University of Pennsylvania and NBER
Louis-Pierre Lepage, Stockholm University
Corinne Low, University of Pennsylvania and NBER
Xiaoyue Shan, National University of Singapore
Mattie Toma, University of Warwick

The Transparency Gap (slides)
9:50 am
Christina L. Brown, University of Chicago

Understanding Gender Discrimination by Managers (slides)
10:40 am
10:55 am
Amanda Y. Agan, Rutgers University and NBER
Bo Cowgill, Columbia University
Laura K. Gee, Tufts University

Salary History and Employer Demand: Evidence from a Two-Sided Audit
11:45 am
New Fellows (15 minutes each)
Savannah G. Noray, Harvard University

Inflexibility, Social Skills, and the Allocation of Talent (slides)
Lindsey M. Uniat, Yale University

The Quiet Revolution and the Automation of Routine Jobs (slides)
Akanksha Vardani, Columbia University

House for Two: Empowering Women with Property Rights (slides)
12:35 pm
1:45 pm
Joanna Venator, Boston College

Dual Earner Migration, Earnings, and Unemployment Insurance
2:35 pm
Katrine Jakobsen, University of Copenhagen
Thomas H. Jorgensen, University of Copenhagen
Hamish Low, University of Oxford

Fertility and Family Labor Supply
3:25 pm
3:40 pm
Lisa Cameron, University of Melbourne
Diana S. Contreras, University of Melbourne
Diahhadi Setyonaluri, University of Indonesia

Swaying Gender Norms Around Women’s Work in Indonesia: Evidence from an Online Intervention
4:30 pm