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Organising and Hosting Events

Materials here will help you organise events that are diverse and inclusive, and ensure that delegates behave in a professional manner.

Note: this is not an exhaustive list, but we hope it is a valuable place to start your research. You can use the general website search function to locate information on a specific topic (click on the icon in the top right corner of this page). 

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All Welcome: A guide to inclusive, accessible and sustainable events

British Academy of Management and the Chartered Academy of Business Schools have produced a guide to support communities in improving inclusion and sustainability when organising, hosting and participating in events. “All Welcome” draws on examples of best practice from across the higher education sector and beyond.

Nov-21

PDF guide

Gender and the dynamics of Economics seminars

Summary of the first attempt at quantitatively measuring the seminar culture within economics and testing whether it is gender neutral.

May-21

Research paper

Diversity in Economics Seminars: Who Gives Invited Talks?

Presentation of descriptive evidence on who gave invited seminar talks in economics (focusing on the gender and underrepresented minority (URM) status of the speakers).

May-21

Paper

Gender and the Dynamics of Economics Seminars

The first systematic attempt at quantitatively measuring the seminar culture within economics and testing whether it is gender neutral.

May-21

Research paper

Econ Seminar Diversity Project

Data on which individuals spoke in department seminar series, coded by gender and under-represented minority (URM) status.

2019

Data

Gender Representation in Economics Across Topics and Time:
Evidence from the NBER Summer Institute

Paper documenting the representation of female economists on the conference programs at the NBER
Summer Institute from 2001-2018.

Nov-18

Research paper

Gender representation in Economics across topics and time

Documents the representation of female economists on the conference programs at the NBER Summer Institute from 2001-2016.

Oct-17

Research report

Diversifying econ seminar list

A searchable database of under-represened economists in the US (gender / race / sexual orientation).

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Database of economist speakers