Wednesday, September 7, 2011

Announcing the 2011-2012 WAPPP Fellows

We are pleased to introduce the 2011-2012 WAPPP Fellows. Our eight research fellows and four associates are engaged in a wide variety of research investigating various gender gaps including gender differences in entrepreneurship, labor market and marriage market returns to schooling, urban youth sustainable transformation in Liberia, and developing a comprehensive policy guide for domestic violence reform in the U.S., among other projects. For a full listing of WAPPP Fellows and their research projects, please visit our fellowship page.

WAPPP Fellows 2011-2012

  • May Al-Dabbagh, Founder and Director of the Gender and Public Policy Program, Dubai School of Government 
  • Lakshmi Balachandra, Former Graduate Fellow, Program on Negotiation, Harvard Law School 
  • Kathleen Coyne-McCoy, Executive Director, Coalition for Accountability in Political Spending 
  • Katja Kaufmann, Assistant Professor, Department of Economics and IGIER, Bocconi University 
  • Julian Jamison, Senior Economist with the Center for Behavioral Economics, Federal Reserve Bank of Boston; Lecturer, Harvard Kennedy School 
  • Daniel Manne, Postdoctoral Associate in the Program on Ethics and Public Life, Cornell University 
  • Olga Shurchkov, Assistant Professor of Economics, Wellesley College 
  • Alexandra van Geen, Doctoral candidate in Public Policy at Harvard Kennedy School


WAPPP Associates

  • Paula Caplan, Director of the Voices of Diversity Study 
  • Sreedhari Desai, Assistant Professor at the Kenan Flagler Business School at the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill 
  • Pinar Keskin, Assistant Professor of Economics at Wellesley College 
  • Martina Viarengo, Assistant Professor, International Economics Department, Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies in Geneva

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