Organizing a global research project

Counting Women's Work consists of a project team, an expert advisory group, and the country research teams that produce estimates for each country involved in the project.  The project team and country teams are also all affiliated with the National Transfer Accounts (NTA) project.  Other research projects within the NTA network have created estimates comparable to CWW estimates. 

Go to Get Data to get more information on our estimates.

 Counting Women's Work project members, participating in the National Transfer Accounts global workshop in Senegal, June 2016

Counting Women's Work project members, participating in the National Transfer Accounts global workshop in Senegal, June 2016

 

Project Team

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principal investigator

Gretchen Donehower

Center for the Economics and Demography of Aging, University of California at Berkeley

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Project Coordinator

Morné Oosthuizen

Development Policy Research Institute, University of Cape Town

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Co-Principal Investigator

Ronald Lee

Departments of Demography and Economics, University of California, Berkeley

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Co-Principal Investigator

Andrew Mason

East-West Center and Department of Economics, University of Hawaii at Manoa

 

Expert Advisory Group

The expert advisory group is comprised of experts in the the areas of gender economics, unpaid work, measuring household production, and women's social and economic empowerment.

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Nancy Folbre

Care Talk Blog

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Sonalde DesaI

LinkedIn Profile

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Jonathan Gershuny

Oxford Profile

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Caren Grown

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