Keynote recordings

Keynote presentation by Professor Shelly Lundberg (University of California; Former Chair of Committee on the Status of Women in the Economics Profession) at the Australian Gender Economics Workshop (AGEW2019), hosted by the Women in Economics Network (WEN) and RMIT University, Melbourne, Australia, presented on 14 February 2019.

Professor Lundberg’s address, “Women in Economics: Stalled Progress”, was sponsored by the RMIT Global Business Innovation Enabling Capability Platform.

Thankyou to Professor Lundberg for sharing her presentation slides.

 

Keynote presentation by Professor Iris Bohnet (Harvard University; VicHealth Leading Thinker) at the Australian Gender Economics Workshop (AGEW2019), hosted by the Women in Economics Network (WEN) and RMIT University, Melbourne, Australia, presented on 15 February 2019.

Professor Bohnet’s keynote address, “Behavioural insights and gender equality: How can we make it easier to move from intention to action? “, was made possible through WEN’s partnership with VicHealth and the generous financial support of the Ian Potter Foundation.

Additional material to accompany Professor Bohnet’s address can be found on the What Works: Gender Equality By Design YouTube Video and the Gender Action Portal of the Harvard Kennedy School’s Women and Public Policy Program.

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