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2 MSEK grant for the research project "Legislative reforms and violence against women"

14 May 2020
SITE Researchers Pamela Campa, Elena Paltseva, Maria Perrotta Berlin and Giancarlo Spagnolo were awarded 2 MSEK from Jan Wallanders and Tom Hedelius foundation and Tore Browaldhs foundation for their research on gender-based violence in Eastern Europe, Sweden and Canada.

Pamela Campa: No data-based evidence that gender quotas decrease the “quality” of politicians

17 January 2020
How acute is the issue of gender inequality in politics in the world today? And what is the world losing from the under-representation of women in politics? Pamela Campa, Assistant Professor at SITE, explains the issue behind gender inequality in politics in a recent interview by European Dialogue: Expert Group.

Prostitution and Violence - Evidence from Sweden

09 December 2019
Working paper: What are the consequences of the “Nordic Model” of prostitution legislation adopted in Sweden in 1999? This working paper focuses on various measures of violence, distinguishing between known and unknown perpetrator, indoor and outdoor crimes, and on health outcomes such as hospitalizations.

Women in Top Incomes: Evidence from Sweden 1974–2013

01 August 2017
by Jesper Roine (with Anne Boschini and Kristin Gunnarsson), IZA Discussion Paper

The Donor Footprint and Gender Gaps

01 June 2017
by Maria Perrotta Berlin, Evelina Bonnier and Anders Olofsgård, UNU Wider Working Paper

Closing the Gender Gap in Education: What is the State of Gaps in Labor Force Participation for Women, Wives and Mothers?

01 September 2013
by Ina Ganguli (with Ricardo Hausmann and Martina Viarengo), published in International Labour Review

The Dynamics of the Gender Gap: How do Countries Rank in Terms of Making Marriage and Motherhood Compatible with Work?

01 November 2009
by Ina Ganguli (with Ricardo Hausmann and Martina Viarengo), published by Ricardo Hausmann, Laura D. Tyson, Saadia Zahidi (eds), The Global Gender Gap Report 2009, The World Economic Forum (2009)
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