Stephanie Seguino

Professor of Economics at University of Vermont , USA

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University of Vermont , USA
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Last Updated 11/6/2017

General Information

Employment History

Reviewer  - HDCA Executive Council

Department of Economics  - University of Vermont

President  - International Association for Feminist Economics

Education

Master's degree  - Economics , 

Ph.D. degree  - American University

bachelor's degree  - University of Maine

Affiliations

Board Member  - Vermont Caribbean Institute

Member of the Editorial Board  - Journal of Post-Keynesian Economics

Member  - Diversity Now

Representative  - Libya

Advisor Or Consultant  - Asian Development Bank

Member of the Editorial Board  - Review

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About Stephanie Seguino
Stephanie Seguino is Professor of Economics at the University of Vermont, USA and Professorial Research Associate at the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS), University of London. Her current research explores the relationship between intergroup inequality by class, race, and gender, on the one hand, and economic growth and development, on the other. She has also explored the economics of stratification, including the gender and race effects of contractionary monetary policy. She has consulted with a wide variety of international organizations, including the UNDP, UNRISD, UNCTAD, World Bank, AFL-CIO, USAID, ECLAC, ILO, and African Development Bank. Mail More Posts (1) See all posts by Stephanie Seguino Stephanie Seguino

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Stephanie Seguino
Stephanie Seguino is Professor of Economics at the University of Vermont, USA and Professorial Research Associate at the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS), University of London. Her current research explores the relationship between intergroup inequality by class, race, and gender, on the one hand, and economic growth and development, on the other. She has also explored the economics of stratification, including the gender and race effects of contractionary monetary policy. She has consulted with a wide variety of international organizations, including the UNDP, UNRISD, UNCTAD, World Bank, AFL-CIO, USAID, ECLAC, ILO, and African Development Bank. Stephanie Seguino

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Prof Stephanie Seguino, Department of Economics, University of Vermont, USA

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