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Fireside Chat: Feminist Economic Perspectives on Mobility and Migration in Times of COVID-19
Continuing our fireside chat series highlighting the special COVID-19 issue of Feminist Economics, we'll discuss two unique contributions investigating the patterns and changes in human mobility and migration in light of Covid-19.

We’ll focus on the experiences of migrant workers in China and migrant domestic workers across several countries during the pandemic, drawing insights from feminist economics for our understanding of human mobility after Covid-19.

Speakers include Yueping Song (Renmin University of China), Sarah Gammage (The Nature Conservancy), and Yunju Nam (University of Buffalo)

Apr 8, 2021 11:00 AM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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