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New Hub for Care Work Research Network
The AU Economics Department has launched the $2.1 million Hewlett Foundation and Open Society Foundations-funded Care Work and the Economy (CWE-GAM) Project. The project establishes AU as the hub of an international network of over 30 interdisciplinary researchers interested in enhancing the methods and tools used for exploring, measuring, and analyzing policies related to care work. Partners include Seoul National University and the LEVY Economics Institute.
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