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Sarah Walker is a Senior Lecturer in the School of Economics at University of New South Wales. Her research focusses on topics in applied microeconomics, including economic development, economic history, culture and institutions, and the intersection of these issues with the environment. Prior to completing her Ph.D. at the University of Wisconsin in 2015, Sarah held consultancies with the World Bank and UNHCR, and worked for several years in boutique financial services. She is the 2020 recipient of the Paul Bourke Award for Early Career Research by the Academy of Social Sciences in Australia, and 2019 recipient of the Discovery Early Career Research Award (DECRA) by the Australian Research Council.
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क्या महिलाओं की कार्य भागीदारी में वृद्धि घरेलू उपकरणों को अधिक अपनाये जाने का कारण बनती है, या मामला ठीक इसके विपरीत है? इस प्रश्न को हल करने के लिए, इस लेख में द्वितीय विश्व युद्ध की अवधि के अमेरिकी...
Does increase in women’s work participation lead to greater adoption of household appliances, or is it the other way round? To address this question, this article analyses US data from the Second Wo...