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Hampshire College

Lynda Pickbourn
Chair, Five College African Studies Council

gender and economic development, feminist political economy and the history of economic thought

Mount Holyoke College

Satyananda Gabriel 

Asian economic development and history, with a particular focus on the contemporary Chinese economy; corporate finance; community development (rural and urban) 

Eva Paus 

Globalization and economic development; international trade and finance; Latin American economics; new technological revolution

Lucas Wilson 
Africana Studies/Chair of Economics

Economics and race (African American studies)

Smith College

Maggie Liu

gender, economic geography and environmental migration


Dania Francis
Public Policy & Administration
Black Girls in the classroom

Nancy Folbre 

Economics and demography; Women in the economy

Ina Ganguli

 migration of high-skill workers, gender differences in the labor market, social entrepreneurship and scientific collaboration

James Heintz

job creation, global labor standards, the distributive consequences of macroeconomic policies, and the intersection between economics and human rights

Fidan Kurtulus

the organization of workers within firms, participatory workplace practices and employee ownership, the causes and consequences of workplace diversity, and the long-term effects of affirmative action legislation on the U.S. employment landscape since the Civil Rights Movement

Katherine Moos

Political economy of policy and the welfare state; Social reproduction, unpaid household labor, and care work; Time-use and working-hours legislation

Lynda Pickbourn

Gender and intra-household dynamics of migration and remittance flows

Lisa Saunders 

Collective bargaining; Women in the workplace; Political economy of women

Priyanka Srivastava

Histories of class; Labor and Urbanism; Class and Gender; Politics of Reproduction; Working Class and Associational Culture in Colonial India

M.V. Lee Badgett 

Economics of race and gender; Sexual orientation discrimination in labor markets