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CURRICULUM VITAE IRENE VAN STAVEREN


PERSONALIA

Name: Irene Pauline van Staveren

Nationality: Dutch

Birth place: Heemskerk

Birth data: 15 November 1963

E-mail: i.staveren@chello.nl

EDUCATION


1988: MA Economics, Erasmus Uni­versi­ty in Rotterdam. Specialisations: Development Economics, Labour Market Economics and Regional Economics. Thesis on poverty and new town development in Surabaya, Indonesia.

1999: PhD, Erasmus University Rotterdam, “Caring for Economics – an Aristotelian perspective”. Supervisor: Arjo Klamer.
WORK EXPERIENCE

2010 -:

Professor of Pluralist Development Economics, International Institute of Social Studies of Erasmus University Rotterdam, on behalf of Erasmus Trustfonds. Chair of the ISS PhD programme.

2004 – 2009:

Professor at the Special Chair of Economics and Christian Ethics at Radboud University Nijmegen (0.2 fte). Teaching undergraduate courses in ethics and economics, MA thesis supervision and PhD supervision.

1999 – 2010:

Associate Professor of Feminist Development Economics, since 2004, and (senior) lecturer in labour economics from 1999 until 2004, at the international Institute of Social Studies, The Hague. Teaching graduate courses in economics, statistics, labour, gender, globalisation, and socio-economic policy. MA programme coordination. MA thesis supervision and PhD supervision.

1998 – 1999:

Lecturer introductory economics at Erasmus University Rotterdam, Faculty of History and Arts. Undergraduate course in economics.



1996 - 1998:

Policy Advisor in the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs, on macro economic policy and gender.



1991 – 1996:

Activist-researcher at the NGO Oikos (until May 1993 called OSA­CI), an NGO in Utrecht.



1988 – 1990:

  • Preparation of a research proposal for a PhD project

  • Voluntary work as researcher at the WIS (Werkcentrum Internationale Solidariteit) in Rotterdam and as a Dutch language teacher for illiterate Turkish and Moroccan women in Rotterdam.

1987:

Assistant-researcher at the Netherlands Economic Institute (NEI) in Rotter­dam, Department of Labour Market Research.


OTHER EXPERTISE AND AWARDS

April 1991:

Expert in a Parliamentary Hearing on the Dutch Arms Trade Law



August 1994:

Advisory Member of the Dutch Delegation to the UN Conference on Popula­tion and Develop­ment in Cairo



August 1995:

Advisory Member of the Dutch Delegation to the UN Fourth World Conference on Women in Beijing



January 1998:

Association for Evolutionary Economics 1997 Essay Prize awarded at ASSA meetings in Chicago. Essay title: “Chaos Theory and Institutional Economics: Metaphor or Model?”

November 2000:

Gunnar Myrdal Prize 2000 awarded by EAEPE (European Association for Evolutionary Political Economy), in Berlin, for dissertation: “Caring for Economics. An Aristotelian Perspective

March 2002:

Invited speaker for the Parliamentary Enquete on Globalisation by the Deutsche Bundestag, Berlin.



Second semester 2009/2010:

Fellowship awarded by NIAS (Netherlands Institute for Advanced Studies in the Humanities and Social Sciences) for a one semester sabbatical at the NIAS in Wassenaar, the Netherlands.



2011 -:

Project leader of the Indices of Social Development, an online international database (www.IndSocDev.org)

MEMBERSHIP OF BOARDS AND ADVISORY COMMITTEES


1985-1986:

Member of the board of the student's Spatial Economics Dispute at Erasmus University Rotterdam



1986-1987:

President of the board of an interim-foundation for cultural activities for youth (WAM) in Rotterdam



1994-2000:

Treasurer and founding member of FENN (Feminist Economics Network in the Netherlands), Amsterdam



1996-1998:

Chair of Working Group on Alternative Economics and Trade of WIDE (Women In Development Europe), Brussels



1999-2009:

Member of the board of COS in Rotterdam (Regional Centre for Development Cooperation)



2001-2003:

Member of the Rotterdam Municipal Committee Day Scheduling (concerned with time-space problems of the modern citizen)



2002-2004:

Member of the board of IAFFE (International Association For Feminist Economics), U.S.A.



2003–2008:

Member of the editorial board of the Review of Political Economy

2004–present:

Member of the editorial board of the Review of Social Economy

2007–:

Trustee on the Executive Council of the Association for Social Economics



2008–:

Member of the editorial board of Feminist Economics

2008–:

Member of the editorial board of the Journal of Economic Issues

2010 -:

Member of the Editorial Advisory Board of the Journal of Economic Analysis.

2011 -:

Member of the editorial board of Economic Thought

2012 -:

Member of the Scientific Advisory Committee of the EU FP 7 project FESSUD of the University of Leeds on Financialization, Economic Stability, and Sustainable Development.

2012-2014:

Member of the board of IAFFE (International Association For Feminist Economics), Vice President for Development, U.S.A.



2012-:

Member of the Raad voor Maatschappelijke Ontwikkeling, a Dutch Government Advisory Council (Council for Social Development)


MEMBERSHIP OF ORGANISATIONS AND NETWORKS:

1992 - 1995: ECAAR (Economists Allied against the Arms Race)

1993 - present: IAFFE (International Association For Feminist Economics)

1994 - present: WIDE (Women In Development Europe)

1994 - present: FENN (Feminist Economics Network in the Netherlands)

1995 - 2008: Royal Dutch Association of Economics

1995 - 2009: AEA (American Economic Association)

1996 - present: AFEE (Association For Evolutionary Economics)

1996 - present: EAEPE (European Association for Evolutionary Political Economy); coordinator of the gender research area

1999 - present: ASE (Association for Social Economics)

2000 - present: CERES (Dutch research school in development studies)

2005 – present: HDCA (Human Development and Capability Association)

2010 – present: Economy Transformers, network for a new economy in The Netherlands

2010 – present: Sustainable Finance Lab, think tank on Dutch financial sector reform
SUPERVISED PhD’s

- Sunbo Odebode (Nigeria) (co-promotor) Husbands are Crowns. Livelihood Pathways of Low-Income Urban Yoruba Women in Ibadan, Nigeria. 2004. ISS.

- Georgina Mercedes Gomez (Argentina) (co-promotor), Making Markets. The Institutional Rise and Decline of the Argentine Red de Trueque, 2008, ISS. Cum Laude.

- Ramzi Mabsout (Lebanon) (promotor), The capability approach – from ethical foundations to empirical operationalization – with empirical data from Ethiopia. 2011. Radboud University Nijmegen.

- Bilisuma Dito (Ethiopia) (promotor), on women’s empowerment in households in Ethiopia – with empirical data from Ethiopia. 2011, ISS.

- Karem Roldan de Sanchez (Colombia) (promotor), on social exclusion and social capital in Valle del Cauca, Colombia. ISS.

- Afroza Bulbul (promotor), on gender relations in films in Bangladesh

- Sarah Zipp (promotor), on sports as a means to achieve health objectives related to poverty and gender inequality

- Cynthia Bejeno (promotor), on women’s activism for land rights in the Philippines


CAPACITY BUILDING, POLICY ADVICE AND FUNDED RESEARCH PROJECTS

- 1994 and various years since: Policy advise and training workshops for the gender department of the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs on gender and macroeconomic policy, also for the World Bank and OECD, The Hague

- 1991 and various years since: 1-3 days Economic literacy workshops (Netherlands, Belgium, Finland, Denmark, Kenya) policy analysis, presentations, lobbying activities for Women in Development Europe (WIDE), Brussels

- 2000 and 2001: Training session and reading material for Netherlands Economic Institute (NEI – currently ECORYS), Rotterdam

- 2002-2003: Policy advise on increasing female labour force participation in the United Arab Emirates for the Ministry of Labour in Dubai



- 2001-2006: Annual 1-2 days training workshops on gender and economic policy for the Royal Tropical Institute (KIT), Amsterdam

- 2003: 3 days Training course on gender budgeting for women’s NGO FOWODE in Uganda

- 2004: Gender annex for PRSP sourcebook chapter on gender for OECD DAC committee on gender, Paris



- 2005: 1 day Training course on gender and development aid for ILO training centre, Brussels

- 2005-2007: Gender analysis of three Latin-American PRSPs for Swedish development Agency (SIDA)

- 2005-2006: Policy research on the operationalization of social capital for industrialization for UNIDO

- 2007: 2 week Training course on gender and trade in Vietnam in relation to WTO membership, for the Vietnamese Women’s Union (a project of NUFFIC), Hanoi

- 2009: 6 day Training course on gender and economic policy for the Development Bank of Southern Africa, Johannesburg

- 2008 and 2009: two 1 day Training sessions for Oxfam Novib on gender budgeting, The Hague

- 2009: Expert advise to the 2009 World Survey on the Role of Women in Development, UNDAW

- 2010-: Project leader of a funded World Bank project on the dataset Indices of Social Development (200,000 US dollar).

- 2011: International workshop organised in Delhi, India, on migrant entrepreneurs in developing countries, funded by NWO-WOTRO.



- 2011-2014: Project leader and guest editor of a special issue of Feminist Economics on Engendering Economic Policy in Africa, funded by the Swiss Development Cooperation (230,000 US dollar).

- 2012: 14 days Training course on gender analysis in economics for AERC, Arusha, Tanzania.


LANGUAGES

Dutch: mother tongue

English: good

Spanish: reasonable

French: basic knowledge

German: basic knowledge


INTERNATIONAL PUBLICATIONS
Books
with Mark D. White (eds.), Ethics and Economics: New Perspectives. London: Routledge, 2010.
with Jan Peil (eds.) Handbook of Economics and Ethics. Cheltenham, Edward Elgar, 2009.
with Peter Knorringa (eds.) Beyond Social Capital. London: Routledge, 2008.
with Diane Elson, Nilufer Cagatay and Caren Grown (eds.) The Feminist Economics of Trade. London: Routledge, 2007.
The Values of Economics. An Aristotelian Perspective. London: Routledge, 2001.
Caring for Economics – an Aristotelian Perspective. Delft: Eburon, 1999. (PhD dissertation.)

Journal Articles
‘To Measure is to Know ? A Comparative Analysis of Gender Indices’, Review of Social Economy, published online in 2012 DOI: 10.1080/00346764.2012.707398
‘An Exploratory Cross-Copuntry Analysis of Gendered Institutions’, Journal of International Development, published online in 2011 DOI : 10.1002/jid.1850 forthcoming in print in 2012.
‘An Evolutionary Efficiency Alternative to the Notion of Pareto Efficiency’, Economic Thought 1 (1), pp. 109-125, 2012.
with Ricardo Crespo, ‘Would We have had this Crisis if Women had been Running the Financial Sector ?’, Journal of Sustainable Finance and Investment 1 (3-4), 2012, pp. 241-250.
‘Is a Widening Gender Wage Gap Necessarily Caused by a Glass Ceiling ?’, Work, Organisation, Labour & Globalization 6 (1), 2012, pp. 121-130.
with Elissa Braunstein and Daniele Tavani, ‘Embedding Care and Unpaid Work in Macroeconomic Modeling: A Structuralist Approach’, Feminist Economics 17 (4), 2011, pp. 5-31.
with Colin Danby, ‘Introduction to the Symposium on Post-Keynesian and Feminist Economics’, Cambridge Journal of Economics 34 (6), 2010, pp. 1105-1107.
‘Post-Keynesianism meets Feminist Economics’, Cambridge Journal of Economics 34 (6), 2010, pp. 1123-1144.

‘The Financial Crisis – 2 Years On’, editorial for a special issue of DevISSues, 12 (2), 2010. The Hague: Institute of Social Studies, 1 page.
Editing of the special issue of DevISSues, 12 (2), 2010. The Hague: Institute of Social Studies, 23 pp..
with Ramzi Mabsout, ‘Disentangling Bargaining Power from Individual and Household Level to Institutions: Evidence on Women’s Position in Ethiopia’, World Development 38: 5, 2010, pp. 783 – 796.
‘Home Care Reform in the Netherlands: Impacts on Unpaid Care in Rotterdam’, Forum for Social Economics, 39 (1), 2010, pp. 13-21.
‘A Response to Mark D. White’, Review of Political Economy 21 (2), 2009, pp. 309-312.
‘Communitarianism and the Market: A Paradox’, Review of Social Economy 67 (1), 2009, pp. 25-47.
‘The Ethics of Efficiency’, Pluralist Economics Review, June, 2008. Online journal: http://www.feedblitz.com/f/f.fbz?articles=268315&guid=d57584d4-30ab-11dd-898f-003005d070f0
‘Introduction to the Special Issue on Ethics and Economics’, Review of Political Economy 20 (2), 2008, pp. 159-161.
‘The Gender Bias of the Poverty Reduction Strategy Framework’, Review of International Political Economy, 15 (2), 2008, pp. 289-313.
with Sunbo Odebode ‘Gender Norms as Asymmetric Institutions. A Case Study of Yoruba Women in Nigeria’, in Journal of Economic Issues 41 (4), 2007, pp. 903-925.
‘Christian Economic Thought in The Netherlands’, Forum for Social Economics 36, 2007, pp. 127-141.
with Peter Knorringa, ‘Beyond Social Capital: a Critical Approach’, Review of Social Economy 65 (1), 2007, pp: 1-9.
with Peter Knorringa, ‘Unpacking Social Capital in Economic Development: How Social Relations Matter’, Review of Social Economy 65 (1), 2007, pp. 107-135.
‘Beyond Utilitarianism and Deontology: Ethics in Economics’, Review of Political Economy 19 (1), 2007, pp. 21-35.
‘Modelling Care’, Review of Social Economy 63 (4), 2005, pp. 567-586.
‘Feminism and Realism: a Contested Relationship’, Post-Autistic Economics Review no. 28, 25 October 2004, pp. 13-21.
‘Monitoring Gender Impacts of Trade’, European Journal of Development Research 15 (1), 2003, pp. 126-145.
with Des Gasper, ‘Development as Freedom – and as What Else?’, Feminist Economics 9 (1), 2003, pp. 137-162.
‘Beyond Social Capital in Poverty Research’, Journal of Economic Issues, 2 (37) 2003, pp. 415-422.
with Barbara Krug, ‘Gender Audit: Whim or Voice?’, Public Finance and Management 2 (2), 2002, pp. 190-217.
‘Gender Biases in Finance’, Gender and Development 9 (1), pp. 9-17, 2001.
‘Chaos Theory and Institutional Economics: Metaphor or Model?’, Journal of Economic Issues (33) 1, March 1999.
with Wilfred Dolfsma, ‘Khalil Versus Smith: Or Do Moral Sentiments Differ From Ordinary Tastes?’, De Economist (146) 4, December 1998, pp. 606-13.
‘Focus Groups: Contributing to a Gender-Aware Methodology’ in Feminist Economics, (3) 2 1997, pp. 131-5.
‘The Move from Micro to Macro Level in Gender and Trade’, ICDA Journal (4) 1, 1996, pp. 17-21.
‘A Political Economy of Reproduction’, Development 3, 19­94, pp. 20-23.

Book Chapters
‘From Gender as Exogenous to Gender as Endogenous in the New Economics’, in: Philip Arestis and Malcolm Sawyer (eds.). New Economics as Mainstream Economics. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2011, pp. 116-153.
‘FDI Volatility and Development’, in: Peter A.G. van Bergeijk, Arjan de Haan and Rolph van der Hoeven (eds), The Financial Crisis and Developing Countries, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, 2011, pp. 111-126.
‘Gender Equity’, in: Phillip Anthony O’Hara (ed.), International Encyclopedia of Public Policy – Governance in a Global Age. Volume 4. Social, Environmental and Corporate Governance, pp. 230-243. Online publication, 2011.
With Mark White, ‘Introduction’, in Mark White and Irene van Staveren (ed) Ethics and Economics. New Perspectives. London: Routledge, 2010, pp. 1-5.
‘Communitarianism and the Market: A Paradox’, in Mark White and Irene van Staveren (ed) Ethics and Economics. New Perspectives. London: Routledge, 2010, pp. 24-46.
‘Feminist Economics, Setting out the Parameters’, in Christine Bauhardt and Gülay Caglar, Feministische Kritik der politischen Ökonomie. Wiesbaden: VS Verlag für Sozialwissenschaften, 2010, pp. 18-48.
‘A Pluralist Approach to Intermediate Macroeconomics’, in Jack Reardon (ed.) The Handbook of Pluralist Economics Education. London: Routledge, 2009, pp. 93 – 119.
with Des Gasper (2009) ‘Development As Freedom?-And As What Else?,’ Feminist Economics, 9 (2-3), 2003, pp. 137-161, reprinted in Feminist Economics: Critical Concepts, by Drucilla K. Barker and Edith Kuiper (eds, ). London: Routledge Major Work Series, 2009, 26 pp.
with Jan Peil, ‘Introduction’, in Jan Peil and Irene van Staveren (eds.) Handbook of Economics and Ethics. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, 2009, pp. xvi-xvii.
‘Efficiency’, in Jan Peil and Irene van Staveren (eds.) Handbook of Economics and Ethics. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, 2009, pp. 107-114.
‘Virtue Ethics’, in Jan Peil and Irene van Staveren (eds.) Handbook of Economics and Ethics. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, 2009, pp. 570-577.
‘Feminism and Realism: a Contested Relationship’, in Edward Fullbrook (ed.) Ontology and Economics. Tony Lawson and his Critics. London: Routledge, 2009, pp. 297-310.
‘Gender’, in Ken Reinert and Ramkoshen Rajan (eds) Princeton Encyclopedia of the World Economy, Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2008, pp. 518-521.
‘Capabilities and Well-being’ in John Davis and Wilfred Dolfsma (eds.) The Elgar Companion to Social Economics. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, 2008, pp. 139-152.
with Peter Knorringa, ‘Introduction to Beyond Social Capital: a Critical Approach’ in Irene van Staveren and Peter Knorringa (eds.) Beyond Social Capital. A Critical Approach. London: Routledge, 2008, pp. 1-9.
with Peter Knorringa, ‘Unpacking Social Capital in Economic Development: How Social Relations Matter’ in Irene van Staveren and Peter Knorringa (eds.) Beyond Social Capital. A Critical Approach. London: Routledge, 2008, pp. 107-135.
with Diane Elson and Caren Grown, ‘Introduction’ in van Staveren, Elson, Cagatay and Crown (eds.) The Feminist Economics of Trade. London: Routledge, 2007, pp. 1-10.
‘Monitoring Gender Impacts of Trade’ in van Staveren, Elson, Cagatay and Crown (eds.) The Feminist Economics of Trade. London: Routledge, 2007, pp. 257-276.
with Peter Knorringa, ‘Social Capital and Social Economics’ in Patrick Riordan (ed.) Values in Public Life: Aspects of Common Goods. Berlin: LIT Verlag, 2007, pp. 53-75.
‘The Irrationality of Utility Maximization or the Death of a Salesman ’, in Stavros Ioannides and Klaus Nielsen (eds), Economics and the Social Sciences. Boundaries, Interaction and Integration. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, 2007, pp. 141-162.
with Des Gasper (2006) ‘Development as Freedom. And as What Else?’ in John Wood (ed) Amartya Sen: Critical Assessments of Contemporary Economists. London: Routledge, 27 pp.
with Des Gasper (2006) ‘Development as Freedom. And as What Else?’ in Bina Agarwal, Jane Humphries, and Ingrid Robeyns (eds.) Capabilities, Freedom and Equality: Amartya Sen’s Work from a Gender Perspective. Delhi/Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 153-179.
with Des Gasper (2005) ‘Development as Freedom. And as What Else?’ in Bina Agarwal, Jane Humphries, and Ingrid Robeyns (eds.) Amartya Sen’s Work and Ideas: A Gender Perspective. London: Routledge, pp. 139-163.
‘Caring for Economics’ in Ananta Giri (ed.), Creative Social Research: Rethinking Theories and Methods. Lanham: Lexington (imprint of Rowman and Littlefield), 2004, pp. 83-111.
‘Freedom, Justice and Care: The Value Domains of Economic Life’, in Kari Waerness (ed.) Dialogue on Care. Report Series Centre for Women’s and Gender Research. Bergen: University of Bergen, 2004, pp. 15-55.
‘Institutional Mediation of the Economy’ in Wolfram Elsner and Adelheid Biesecker (eds.) Neuartige Netzwerke und nachhaltige Entwicklung. Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang. Institutionelle und Sozial-Okonomie Band no. 14, 2003, pp. 15-31.
‘Feminist Fiction and Feminist Economics – Charlotte Perkins Gilman on Efficiency’ in Drucilla Barker and Edith Kuiper (eds.), Toward a Feminist Philosophy of Economics. London: Routledge, 2003, pp. 56-69.
‘Global Finance and Gender’ in Jan-Aart Scholte and Albrecht Schnabel (eds.), Civil Society and Global Finance. London: Routledge, 2002, pp. 228-246.
‘Women, Trade and Responsibility’ in Eva Haxton and Claes Olsson (eds.), Gender and Sustainability in International Trade. Uppsala: Stiftelsen Global Kunskap - UFFN Forlag/ICDA, 1997, pp. 99-110.

Working Papers and Reports

‘The Lehman Sisters Hypothesis: an Exploration of Literature and Bankers’, ISS Working Paper no. 545, June 2012. The Hague: Institute of Social Studies.


‘Civil Society, Aid and Development: a Cross-Country Analysis’, Policy Research Report for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, IOB, The Hague, 2012.
‘To Measure is to Know? A Comparable Analysis of Gender Indices’, ISD Working Paper no. 2011-02. The Hague: Institute of Social Studies, 2011.
with Arjan de Haan, Roberto Foa and Ellen Webbink, ‘The last mile in analysing well-being and poverty: Indices of Social Development’, ISD Working Paper no. 2011-03. The Hague: Institute of Social Studies, 2011.
‘Gender Trends in Developing Countries During Financial Crises’, ISS Working Paper no. 511, The Hague: Institute of Social Studies of Erasmus University Rotterdam, 2010, 20 pp.
‘Making Resources More Effective for Women: Addressing Gendered Institutions’, Report to UNDAW for an expert consultation on the 2009 World Survey on the Role of Women in Development, 17-19 February 2009, Copenhagen, 8 pp.
Communitarianism and the Market: a Paradox? NiCE Working Paper 08-106, Radboud University, Nijmegen, 2008.
‘The Ethics of Efficiency’, SCEME working paper no. 18, 2007. Stirling: Stirling Centre for Economic Methodology, University of Stirling, 24 pp.
Reader ‘Gender and Economic Policy Analysis: Micro and Macro Perspectives’ for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Netherlands, DS-ER, December 2006.
With Peter Knorringa, ‘Social Capital for Industrial Development: Operationalizing the Concept’, Vienna: UNIDO, 2006. UNIDO Research Programme COMPID (124pp).
‘Five Methodological Approaches for Research on Gender and Trade Impacts’, ISS Working Paper Series no. 417, The Hague: Institute of Social Studies, 2005.
‘Methodological Approaches to Gender & Trade and Financial Liberalisation Research in Latin America’. Report for the Latin American Chapter of the International Gender and Trade Network (IGTN). The Hague: ISS, 2005.
with Peter Knorringa, ‘Operationalizing Social Capital for Industrial Development in Marginalized Countries’. Final Report for UNIDO. The Hague: ISS, 2005.
with Haroon Akram-Lodhi, 2003, ‘A Gender Analysis of the Impact of Indirect Taxes on Small and Medium Enterprises in Vietnam’, published as an electronic document on the website of the International Development research Centre: http://www.gender-budgets.org/en/ev-66788-201-1-DO_TOPIC.html
with Peter Knorringa, ‘Operationalizing Social Capital for Industrial Development in Marginalized Countries’. Report Phase I for UNIDO. The Hague: ISS 2003.
‘Social Capital: What is In it for Feminist Economics?’, ISS Working Paper no. 368, 2002.
with Des Gasper, ‘Development as Freedom. Contributions and Shortcomings of Amartya Sen’s Development Philosophy for Feminist Economics’, ISS Working Paper no. 365, 2002.
‘Towards Monitoring Mutual Trade-Gender Links’, ISS Working Paper no. 358, 2002.
with Alma Espino, ‘Instruments for Gender Equality in Trade Agreements – European Union, Mercosur, Mexico’. Brussels: WIDE, 2002. Report.
with Alma Espino, ‘Instrumentos para la Equidad de Género – EU, Mercosur, Mexico’. Brussels: WIDE, 2002. Report.
‘A Conceptualisation of Social Capital in Economics: Commitment and Spill-Over Effects’, ISS Working Paper no. 324, 2000.
‘Robinson Crusoe and Silas Marner, or Two Stories on the Gendered Monetary Economy’. A Background Reader for Economic Literacy. Brussels: WIDE, 1998.
‘Reader on Gender and Macro Economic Development’. For the Ministry of Develop­ment Co-operation. Utrecht/Manchester: Oikos/ University of Manchester. 1995.

REVIEWS
‘Inequality, Development and Growth’, by Gunseli Berik, Yana van der Meulen Rogers, and Stephanie Seguino (eds.), Journal of Income Distribution 20 (2), 2011, pp. 97-100.
‘The Gendering of global Finance’ by Libby Assassi, International Feminist Journal of Politics 13 (2), 2011, pp. 291-292.
‘Economic Pluralism’ by Robert Garnett, Erik Olsen and Martha Starr, Erasmus Journal for Philosophy and Economics, 4 (1), 2011, pp. 95-98.
‘Economics, Ethics and the Market: Introduction and Applications’ by Johan Graafland, Review of Social Economy 68 (1), 2010, pp. 127-131.
‘Frontiers in the Economics of Gender’, by Francesca Bettio and Alina Verashchagina (eds.) Journal of Economic Issues, 43 (3), pp. 818-819, 2009.
‘Bourgeois Virtues’ by Deirdre McCloskey’, Economics and Philosophy, 24 (1) 2008, pp. 137-144.
‘Economics for Humans’ by Julie Nelson, Feminist Economics, 14 (2) 2008, pp. 156-160.
Unpaid Work and the Economy. A Gender Analysis of the Standards of Living’ by Antonella Picchio (Ed.), and ‘Careful Economics. Integrating Caring Activities and Economic Science’ by Maren A. Jochimsen, in Review of Political Economy, 18 (2) 2006, pp. 290-293.
Rising Tide: Gender Equality and Cultural Change Around the World’ by Ronald Inglehart and Pippa Norris, Feminist Economics, 11 (3) 2005, pp. 196-200.
‘Globalisation, Social Capital, and Inequality: Contested Concepts, Contested Experiences’, Wilfred Dolfsma and Charlie Dannreuther (eds.), Journal of Economic Issues 38 (4), 2004, pp. 1094-1096.
‘Social Capital: Critical Perspectives’, S. Baron, J. Field and T. Schuller (eds.); ‘Social Capital versus Social Theory’, B. Fine; ‘The Role of Social Capital in Development’, C. Grootaert and T. van Bastelaer (eds.), Development and Change 34 (5), 2003, pp. 976-979.
‘Market, State and Feminism: the Economics of Feminist Policy’, Graham Dawson and Sue Hatt, Review of Social Economy 61 (3), 2003, pp.407-409.
‘Feminist Economics: Interrogating the Masculinity of Rational Economic Man’, Gillian Hewitson (1999), Journal of Economic Issues 35 (1), 2001, pp. 219-221.
‘The Gift. An Interdisciplinary Perspective’, Aafke Komter, Amsterdams Sociologisch Tijdschrift (23), no. 3, 1996, pp. 573-576.
Book proposals reviewed for Routledge, Palgrave, Oxford University Press, Stanford University Press.

PUBLICATIONS IN DUTCH/OTHER LANGUAGES
Journal Articles
‘The Idea of Justice’, by Amartya Sen. Economisch Statistische Berichten 94 (4572) 13 November 2009, pp. 702.
‘De economie als morele praktijk’, Tijdschrift voor Politieke Economie 26 (4), 2005, pp. 39-55.
‘Moraal in de economische theorie; voorbij absorptie en oppositie’, Tijdschrift voor Politieke Economie 26 (3), 2005, pp. 24-51.
‘Deregulering taximarkt mislukt’, Economisch Statistische Berichten, 88 (4406), 13 juni 2003, pp. 278-280.
‘Economie van het Huishouden -Margaret Reid’ in Economisch Statistische Berichten, 11 september 1999, pp. 675-677.
‘De geest van Malthus waart weer rond - armoede, milieu en bevolkings­groei’ in: Derde Wereld 3, 1991, pp. 45-62.

Book Chapters
‘Civil Society voor Economen: Sociaal Kapitaal’, in Govert Buijs, Paul Dekker en Marc Hooghe (red.) Civil society tussen oud en nieuw, Amsterdam, Aksant, 2009, pp. 113-127.
‘De paradox van zorgarbeid’ in Marcel Becker, Harry Garretsen, Toine van den Hoogen, Kees Klop, Jan Peil en Kees Rijnvos (red.) Economie en Ethiek in Dialoog. Assen: van Gorcum, 2001, pp. 179-193.
with Arjo Klamer, ‘Geven is geen ruilen. De gift en de economische wetenschap’ in Aafke Komter (red.) Het Geschenk. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press, 1997, pp. 108-120.

Popular Publications
‘Van financial professionals moet men geen hervorming van de sector verwachten’, Me Judice, 4e jaargang, 13 oktober 2011. 2 pp.
‘Mind & Matter: developing pluralist development economics’, inaugural address as Professor of Pluralist Development Economics, International Institute of Social Studies, Erasmus University Rotterdam. The Hague, 20 January 2011, 32 pp.
‘Moraal in de economische theorie: voorbij absorptie en oppositie’, inaugurele rede bij de aanvaarding van het ambt als bijzonder hoogleraar aan de Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen, gehouden op 7 oktober 2004. Nijmegen: Irene van Staveren (ISBN 90-9018383-3), 28 pagina’s.
‘Die Geschlechterunterschiede im weltweiten Finanzsystem’ in Ruberta (8), November 2003.
‘Liberté, egalité en fraternité: de waarden van de economie’ in Economenblad (21), no. 6, 8 december 1999, p. 5.
with Arjo Klamer ‘Zorg als Economisch Concept’ in Jaarboek Emancipatie 1999. Den Haag, Ministerie van Sociale Zaken en Werkgelegenheid, pp. 20-25.
‘Homo Economicus: egoistisch en waardenvrij?’in Tijdschrift voor Geestelijk Leven (54), no. 4, 1998, pp. 417-429.
Economanie. Een inleiding in de economie vanuit een gender perspectief. Utrecht, 1995. Oikos.
Meisjes, een globale inventarisatie van de positie van meisjes in Noord en Zuid. Utrecht, 1994. Oikos.
Reizigers tegen wil en dank, vluchtelingen en mi­granten. Utrecht, 1993. Oikos.
Over bevolking, een analyse van het denken over bevolkings­groei en van de praktijk van bevolkings­politiek. Utrecht, 1992. OSACI.

Forthcoming publications (accepted)


Work in Progress
‘Gender in Public Sector Management in Uganda’
‘Gender beliefs, competition, and cooperation: results from a series of experiments’
‘Moral dimensions of the financial crisis’
‘The Lehman Sisters Hypothesis’
‘Gender Trends during Financial Crises’

Invited Lectures and Presentations (recorded since 2004)
2012
01-03 Presentation of a Kitchen Table Seminar on my personal development as a feminist researcher, at Aletta, the Dutch center of women’s history, Amsterdam.
21-07 Presentation ‘Tante Rikie en het grote geld’, an interactive popular economics lecture at the festival Zwarte Cross, Lichtenvoorde.
26-06 Lecture ‘Care and Unpaid Work’ at pre-conference session on feminist economics, IAFFE Annual Conference, Barcelona.
29-06 Presentation ‘The Lehman Sisters Hypothesis: an exploration of literature and bankers’.

Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the International Association For Feminist Economics (IAFFE), Barcelona, 27-29 June, 2012.


21-06 Presentation of ‘The Ethics of the Financial Crisis and Financial Reform’, World Congress of the Association of Social Economics, Glasgow, 20-22 June, 2012.
18-06 Presentation ‘Economic-Ethical Reflections for ING’s Strategic Objective ‘Growing the Franchise without Growing the Balance Sheet’, ING Bank Academy, Amsterdam.
17-04 Seminar ‘An Exploratory Cross-Country Analysis of Gendered Institutions’, Economics Department, University of Muenster, Germany.
2011
03-01 Presentation of draft research Proposal ‘The Miracles of Minorities. Making Money in the Developing World: Kenya versus Mauritius and Indonesia versus Malaysia’, Workshop sponsored by NWO at Jawaharlal Nehru University, Delhi, 3-4 January, 2011.
31-01 Signatory of Economists Statement on Capital Controls and Trade Treaties, published in The Wall Street Journal.
04-03 Paper presentation ‘Gender Trends in Developing Countries during Financial Crises’, Workshop on The Global Crisis: Responses and Impacts in the Global South, University of Leeds.
16-03 Presentation of the Database Indices of Social Development as Project Leader, Launch of the database, ISS, The Hague. www.indsocdev.org
14-04 Paper presentation ‘Feminist Development Economics’, Seminar Series Once Upon a Time …, Economics Department, University of Warsaw.
14-04 Paper presentation ‘Gender Trends in Developing Countries during Financial Crises’, for MADS, Economics Department, University of Warsaw.
17-06 Paper presentation ‘An Exploratory Cross-Country Analysis of Gendered Institutions’ at Conference: What Drives Development? Economic History Meets Development Economics, Centre for Global Economic History, Utrecht University.
23-06 Lecture ‘An Exploratory Cross-Country Analysis of Gendered Institutions’, at the pre-conference sessions of the Annual IAFFE Conference, Hangzhou, China, 24-26 June, 2011.
25-06 Paper presentation ‘Gender as a Macroeconomic Variable’, annual IAFFE (International Association For Feminist Economics) Conference, Zhejiang Gongshang University, Hangzhou, China, 24-26 June 2011.
29-06 Paper presentation ‘Lehman Sisters in the Netherlands: Gender Differences in Financial Behaviour during the Crisis’ at Conference Developments in Economic Theory and Policy, University of the Basque Country, Bilbao, 29 June – 1 July.
29-06 – 01-07: I organized, on request of the conference organizers, with a budget provided by the organizers, two plenary sessions with six papers at the Conference Developments in Economic Theory and Policy, University of the Basque Country, Bilbao, 29 June – 1 July.
08-07 Keynote Speech ‘Lehman Sisters & Morality in the Netherlands: Behaviour in the Financial Sector during the Crisis’ at the Heterodox Economics Conference ‘Economists of Tomorrow’, Nottingham Trent University, 6-9 July, 2011.
10-09 Paper presentation ‘Gender as a Macroeconomic Variable’, for the Festschrift event for Diane Elson and Ruth Pearson, presented at the University of Leeds, 10 September 2011.
25-09 Paper presentation ‘Financiele crisis: Lehman Brothers vs Lehman Sisters’ at the thematic meeting ‘The Bonfire of Vanities’ of the Damessalon De Bonbon, Utrecht.
26-09 Paper presentation ‘Lehman Sisters & Morality in the Netherlands: Behaviour in the Financial Sector during the Crisis’ at the Mixed Lions Club, Hengelo.
10-10 Presentation ‘Oorzaken en oplossingen voor de crisis volgens Nederlandse financial professionals’, at Sustainable Finance Lab, Utrecht University.
15-12 Paper presentation ‘Impact of ODA on Development through Civil Society’ at the Conference ‘Taking Stock: Measuring Social Development’, ISS, The Hague, 14-15 December.

2010
28-01 Paper presentation ‘From Gender as an Exogenous or Impact Variable to Gender as an Endogenous Force in the New Economics’ at The New Economics as Mainstream Economics conference, by the Cambridge Trust for New Thinking in Economics, University of Cambridge, 28-29 January, 2010.
18-03 Paper presentation ‘The Feminist Economics of Trade’ at the Wageningen Gender Studies Seminar, Wageningen University.
17-06 Paper Presentation ‘The “Lehman Sisters Hypothesis”: a discussion of finance and gender’, NIAS, Wassenaar.
22-06 Paper presentation ‘FDI Volatility and Development’ at the workshop on the Financial Crisis and Development, ISS, The Hague.
16 July 2010 Lunch lecture ‘Niet de slagroom maar het meel: emancipation en efficiëntie in het buitenlands beleid’, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, The Hague.
20 July 2010 Paper presentation ‘Would we have had this crisis if women had been running the financial sector?’, Economics and Business School, University Austral, Pilar.
21 July 2010 Lecture ‘Gender and Trade’, pre-conference of IAFFE (International Association for Feminist Economics), University of Buenos Aires.
23 July 2010 Paper presentation ‘Would we have had this crisis if women had been running the financial sector?’, Annual Conference of IAFFE (International Association for Feminist Economics), University of Buenos Aires.
7 October 2010 Paper presentation ‘Indices of Social Development’ at Conference Measuring Results for Dutch development Aid’, Royal Tropical Institute, Amsterdam.
27 October 2010 Presentation ‘The Feminist Economics of Trade:

recent research on a two-way relationship’, World Trade Institute, University of Bern.



2009
03-01 Paper presentation ‘Home Care Reform in the Netherlands. Impacts on Unpaid Care’, Association for Social Economy (ASE) annual meeting, ASSA meetings, San Francisco, 3-5 January 2009.
04-01 Paper presentation ‘Power in Households: Disentangling Bargaining Power’, session organized by the Union for Radical Political Economy (URPE) and the International Association For Feminist Economics (IAFFE), ASSA meetings, San Francisco, 3-5 January 2009.
17-01 Paper presentation (by co-author) ‘Disentangling Bargaining Power from Individual and Household Level to Institutions: Evidence on Women’s Position in Ethiopia’, NiCE Seminar Series, 17 February 2009, Radboud University Nijmegen.
28-04 Paper presentation ‘Disentangling Bargaining Power from Individual and Household Level to Institutions: Evidence on Women’s Position in Ethiopia’, Development Research Seminar, Institute of Social Studies, The Hague.
23-06 Seminar presentation ‘ Gender and Trade: from Inequality to Equality?’, for Workshop MVO en Eerlijke Handel vanuit een Genderperspectief, organized by MVO platform and Coalitie Eerlijke Handel (both at SOMO), Amsterdam.
27-06 Paper presentation ‘Economic Growth and Development – draft chapter 10 of a textbook on economics and gender’, Annual IAFFE conference 26-28 June 2009, Boston.
08-11 Paper presentation ‘Gender Beliefs and Cooperation in a Public Goods game Experiment’ with co-authors Esther-Mirjam Sent and Jana Vyrastekova, EAEPE conference, 6-9 November 2009, Amsterdam.

2008
11-02 Paper presentation ‘Gendered Institutions’, NICE seminar series, Radboud University Nijmegen.
20-06 Paper presentation ‘Home Care Reform in the Netherlands. Impacts on Unpaid Care’, IAFFE annual conference, Turin, 19-21, June 2008.
18-11 Seminar ‘De ethiek van economische efficiëntie’ Soeterbeeck hoogleraren lunchlezing, Radboud University Nijmegen.
28-11 Seminar ‘De gift – geven, ruilen en herverdelen in het economisch-filosofisch denken’. Comenius leergang, Academia Vitae, Deventer.
2007
08-02 Invited speaker at conference on micro credit ‘Kan een econoom Christen zijn?’, University of Tilburg.
19-02 Paper presentation ‘The Ethics of Efficiency’ in seminar series of the Erasmus Institute for the Philosophy of Economics (EIPE), Erasmus University Rotterdam.
1-14 April, Hanoi, Vietnam: two week fulltime tailor-made training course on gender and economic policy analysis.
07-05 Paper presentation in seminar series Centrum voor Ethiek, ‘Communitarianism and economics: a paradox’, Radboud University Nijmegen.
19-05 Invited speaker at SCEME workshop on Economics as a Moral Science, University of Stirling.
07-06 Co-organiser of World Congress of Socio Economics, University of Amsterdam; organization of a session on ethics and economics; paper presentation ‘Communitarianism and Economics: a Paradox’.
28-06 Paper presentation at a seminar at UN-ESCAP in Bangkok on ‘Gender and Macroeconomic Policy’.
1-7 Paper presentation ‘Gender Inequality in Management Positions in the Public Service of Uganda’ at International Association For Feminist Economics (IAFFE) conference, Ramkangheng University, Bangkok.
11-07 Invited lecture ‘The Feminist Economics of Trade’, Von Humboldt University Berlin.
13-09 Invited speaker at decent Work Forum series, on The Feminist Economics of Trade (book launch), International Labour Organisation (ILO), Geneva.
02-11 Paper presentation ‘Gender Inequality and Policies: Why More Labour Force Participation, Education and Credit Do Not Always help’, EAEPE conference, Porto.
December 2007 ‘‘Why Labour Force Participation, Education, and Credit do not Always Help for Gender Equality’, Lunch seminar series, Institute of Social Studies, The Hague.
2006
18-01 Invited speaker in seminar series of economics department ‘Social Capital: How Social Relations Matter’, Utrecht University.
30-01 Invited speaker ‘Post Keynesianism meets Feminism’, Cambridge Realism Workshop, University of Cambridge.
18-02 Paper presentation ‘Ethics and Economics: Beyond Utilitarianism and Deontology’ in seminars series of business department University of Aberdeen.
25-02 Invited speaker on ‘Social Capital: How Social Relations Matter’ at Social Capital Conference, Heythrop College, University College London.
10-03 Paper presentation ‘Dutch Christian Thought about the Market’ at conference ‘The Market in the Netherlands’, Utrecht University.
20-06 Invited speaker on ‘Verdere Globalisering als Low Road Economic Development’, at seminar Sociale Dimensies van Globalisering, Ministry of Social Affairs, The Hague.
28-06 Invited speaker at seminar series political science, ‘The Genderedness of Macroeconomics and Macroeconomic Policy, University of Kassel.
29 August – 1 September, Paper presentation ‘The Ethics of Efficiency’ at Human Development and Capability Conference, University of Groningen.
25-11 Paper presentation at seminar series of the network of Economics and Christian Ethics, Radboud University Nijmegen.
17-12 Invited speaker at Radboud Intra-university Model United Nations (RIMUN) on ‘Positive freedom’.
2005
5 March, Paper presentation at the Henrik Muller Seminaar Civil Society: tussen oud en nieuw: Civil Society in het internationale economische dabat’, Koninklijke Nederlandse Academie voor Wetenschappen, Amsterdam.
07-09 Paper Presentation ‘Social Capital against neoliberalism? A case Study of the SME Sector in developing Countri4es’, ASE sessions at the ASSA meetings, Philadelphia.
12-13 June Invited speaker ‘Methodological Approaches to Gender and Trade and Financial Liberalisation Reasearch’, Conference on Knowledge Networking and capacity Building on Gender, Macroeconomics and International Economics, University of Utah.
17-19 June, Paper presentation ‘Post Keynesianism meets Feminism’, IAFFE Conference, Washington D.C.
2004



7 October, Inaugural address ‘Moraal in de economische theorie: voorbij absorptie en oppositie’, inaugurele rede bij de aanvaarding van het ambt als bijzonder hoogleraar aan de Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen. Nijmegen: Irene van Staveren.
May, Paper presentation ‘Modelling Care: Mediating Theory and the Real World’, ASE World Congress, 8-11 June, Albertville.
August, Paper presentation, ‘Learning from Modelling Care?’, IAFFE Conference, University of Oxford.
September, Paper presentation, ‘Monitoring gender effects of trade’, Pan-European International Relations Conference, 9-11 September, The Hague.
October, Paper presentation (co-authored by Sunbo Odebode), ‘Household Utility Maximisation and Household Bargaining Models: Case study of Nigeria’, EAEPE conference, Crete.
15 November, Paper presentation ‘Modeling Care: Mediating Theory and the real World’, EIPE seminar series, Erasmus Institute for the Philosophy of Economics, Rotterdam.

Media exposure – a selection
Radio interview at RTVOost, 10 August 2012: http://www.rtvoost.nl/programma/programma.aspx?pid=51&datum=10-8-2012
Interview in FD Outlook. Special on banks by Het Financieële Dagblad, 15 april 2012, pp. 22 and 23.
Presentation on the financial crisis and fundamental alternatives to the capitalist economic system at Occupy Rotterdam, V2, Rotterdam, 21 December 2011. Livestreamed by V2 and interviewed by Radio Rijnmond.
‘Maak financiële sector weer veilig en simpel’, opinie-artikel in De Volkskrant 26 november 2011, van het Sustainable Finance Lab, inclusief mijn ondertekening.
‘Pak onwillige bankiers toch eens aan’, opinie-artikel NRC Handelsblad 19 oktober 2011.
‘Financiële sector mist zelfreinigend vermogen’, gesprek met Irene van Staveren in Radio 1 talkshow ‘Dit is de dag’, EO, 17 oktober 2011.
‘Zeker, bankiers hebben gefaald, maar niet alle leed valt hun aan te rekenen’, hoofdredactioneel commentaar o.b.v. bijdrage in Trouw van 14 oktober 2011, Trouw 15 oktober 2011.
‘Ego bankiers staat verandering in de weg’, interview met Irene van Staveren in Trouw, 14 oktober 2011.
‘Vrouwen maken winst. Die hebben geen last van dierlijke driften’, column van Maarten Huygen in NRC Handelsblad, 11 oktober 2011. Hij bespreekt resultaten van onderzoek Irene van Staveren zoals gepresenteerd bij het Sustainable Finance lab op 10 oktober 2011 aan de Universiteit van Utrecht.
Bijdrage over de 10 grootste problemen van Nederland in De Groene Amsterdammer, 16 (135), 21 april 2011, pp. 34 en 40. Volledige tekst online: http://www.groene.nl/2011/wetenschappers/irene-van-staveren
Signatory to a letter to Timothy Geithner, Hilary Clinton and Ron Kirk, urging the US to rethink capital control restrictions. Published in the Wall Street Journal, 31 January, 2011.
‘Het verhaal van Irene van Staveren (44)’, interview in NRC Handelsblad, 19 januari 2008.
‘Het leven als een private equity fund’, column voor programmakrant Women Inc, bijlage Volksrant (oplage 160.000), 21 november 2007.
‘Zorgarbeid van vrouwen zichtbaar maken’ in de Volkskrant, 4 juni 1998.
with Chris Geerling and Steven de Bie, ‘Waar bestaan onzeker is baat ‘family planning’ niet’ in Trouw, 12 juni 1992.
‘Eco-malthusianisme’ in Intermediair (28) 12, 20 maart 1992.
‘Organon wantrouwt vrouwen’ in HN magazine (47) 49, 7 decem­ber 1991.


I.P. van Staveren 6/19/2017


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