Diversity & Inclusion in Economics

In the last years, I have actively advocated for more inclusion in Economics, a discipline dominated by privately educated, white male. I have taken part in various initiatives and in September 2020, I was appointed as Diversity Champion for the Royal Economic Society. 

I summarise some of the role I have done: 

Organised Events

  • April 2022 "Who Studies Economics? An Analysis of the Pipeline"
    Special Session at the Royal Economic Society Annual Conference 2022
    recording available here

  • June 2021. Workshop "Exploring a PhD in Economics".
    A collaboration between the Royal Economic Society and The Black Economists Network 
    recordings of the sessions are available here

  • Since 2020. Anti-Racist Pedagogy Teaching Forum (Warwick staff only)
    This is part of the Anti-Racist Pedagogy and Process in HE WIHEA Learning Circle

  • Jan 2020. "Women in Economics: Students' Workshop".
    Sponsored by the RES and Warwick Innovation Fund

Invited Talks

  • Hacia una formación incluyente e diversa de Economistas (May 2021) 
    Towards an inclusive and diverse education of economists
    Lecture for the Seminar in Gender and Economics, Universidad de los Andes, Bogotá, Colombia (see slides)
    (see session recording - in Spanish)

  • Diversity in Economics: The Role of the RES (April 2021)
    Speaker at the Royal Economic Society Annual Conference on the Special Session Diversity in Economics
    (see slides)
    (full session available here

Published Work

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