Gender inequalities permeate household relocation and mobility decisions and outcomes. Compared to men, women cover shorter commuting distances, are less likely to lead long-distance household relocations for a job, and their careers benefit little when this happens.
Together with Johannes Huinink and Tim Schröder, I am organizing a one-and-half day symposium that addresses relevant underresearched dimensions of the association between the spatial mobility of families and gender-based labour market inequality. The symposium program consists of twelve presentations delivered by authoritative figures in the field. You can find the symposium program here.
The one-and-half day symposium will be held at the Teerhof Guesthouse – University of Bremen (Germany) on the 28th-29th March 2017. The event is open to the public and there are no fees associated with the participation, however seats are limited. Advance registration is requested. Please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org or Daniela Hög at email@example.com