Gender Inequality and the Changing Wealth of Nations
Quentin Wodon, Lead Economist, Education Global Practice, The World Bank; Kellogg Institute Distinguished Research Affiliate
The seminar will share findings from recent work at the World Bank on the changing wealth of nations and the cost of gender inequality related to earnings and to other aspects such as child marriage and low educational attainment for girls.
Please RSVP for this event here. Lunch will be available beginning at noon.
Sponsored by the Notre Dame Program for Interdisciplinary Educational Research and the Kellogg Institute for International Studies
Quentin Wodon is a lead economist at the World Bank’s Education Global Practice. He previously managed the World Bank’s unit on faith and development, served as its lead poverty specialist for Africa, and worked as an economist and senior economist for Latin America.
He has taught at the University of Namur, American University, and Georgetown University...