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Report Vol. 16, No. 1 | January 2006

Report January 2006

When a woman works for General Motors, she is paid for her work, and her work is counted as part of GDP. But what of the work she might do in her own home? In a recent conference coorganized by the Levy Institute, the United Nations Development Programme, and the Bureau of Development Policy, scholars and policymakers challenged the traditional distinction between paid and unpaid work performed by women and men.

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CONFERENCES

  • Unpaid Work and the Economy: Gender, Poverty, and the Millennium Development Goals
  • Time Use and Economic Well-Being

NEW WORKING PAPERS

  • Europe’s Quest for Monetary Stability: Central Banking Gone Astray
  • Bad for Euroland,Worse for Germany—The ECB’s Record

LEVY INSTITUTE NEWS

  • New Research Scholar
  • New Research Associates
  • New Levy Institute Book
  • Upcoming Events
  • Publications and Presentations
  • Recent Levy Institute Publications
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