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Budgeting for Gender Equality: is government economic policy fair to women?

Download: Audio, Slides - C Annesley, Slides - D Nelson, Slides - S Himmelweit

Speaker(s): Dr Claire Annesley, Beatrix Campbell, Professor Diane Elson, Professor Susan Himmelweit
Chair: Professor Judy Wajcman

Recorded on 10 May 2011 in Old Theatre, Old Building.

This panel will consider how far women, especially low income women, are bearing an unfair share of the burden of the budget deficit reduction. Claire Annesley is a lecturer in European politics at the University of Manchester. Beatrix Campbell is a journalist, author, playwright and broadcaster. Diane Elson is professor in the Department of Sociology at the University of Essex. Susan Himmelweit is professor of economics at the Open University.

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