Keynote speakers

Jacqueline Scott, University of CambridgeRevisiting Feminism Counts:  Quantitative Methods and Gender Inequalities

Maria Iacovou, University of Cambridge: Quantitative social science: feminist questions, feminist answers, feminist methods?

Conference participants

Aneta Piekut, Sheffield Methods Institute, University of Sheffield: Where do my methods come from? Becoming a reflexive quantitative researcher and the shifting landscape of British social sciences

Sara Rose Taylor, Wilfrid Laurier University: Working out the kinks: Challenges in evaluating gender equality indicators in the Millennium Development Goals

Canan Cevik, University of Massachusetts, Amherst: Undoing gender of quantitative methods

Anelise Gregis Estivalet, Université Paris Descartes: The use of Qualitative Comparative Analyses in feminist approaches

Heini Väisänen, University of Southampton & Ewa Batyra, London School of Economics: Contemporary patterns of unintended pregnancy resolution in low- and middle-income countries

Ruth Weir, University of Essex: Can we predict domestic abuse? A spatial analysis of predictors at the neighbourhood level

Sabrina Moro, Nottingham Trent University: Scripting Sexuality and Consent: A Feminist Demographic Analysis of Downton Abbey Characters

Daria Ukhova, Bremen International Graduate School of Social Science: Gender division of domestic labour in post-socialist and ‘post-post-socialist’ Europe

Dominique Green, University of Edinburgh: Multidimensional Disadvantage in the U.S.: A social exclusion approach

Anna Di Bartolomeo, University of Venice Ca’ Foscari: Paid Reproductive Work and the Economic Recession: Evidence from EU15 States

Alyson Laird, WiSE Research Centre, Glasgow Caledonian University: Women and Modern Apprenticeships: A mixed methods enquiry

Ellie Suh, London School of Economics: Gender difference in voluntary retirement saving behaviour among young British adults

Margret Fine-Davis, Trinity College Dublin: Changing Gender Role Attitudes: Impact on Family Formation and Well-Being

Elias Nosrati, University of Cambridge: Gender gap in life expectancy

Neema Begum, University of Bristol: Black Asian Minority Ethnic Voting Behaviour in the 2016 EU Referendum

Neli Demireva, University of Essex: How strong is the influence of Cultural Barriers to the Successful Integration of minority women in Britain?

Emmaleena Käkelä, University of Stratchclyde: The Use of Quantitative Methods in the Decolonisation of the Global Struggle against Female Genital Cutting (FGC)