Dr Hannah Bargawi
- Department of Economics Senior Lecturer in Economics Member Member Member Research Cluster Co-Convenor Centre of African Studies Member
- Department of Economics
- BA (Manchester), MSc, PhD (London)
- Russell Square: College Buildings
- Email address
- Telephone number
- 020 7898 4496
- Support hours
- See below
Dr. Bargawi is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Economics. Her recent research focuses on issues of gender and work in the Middle East and in Europe. She is a co-Investigator on the GCRF/ESRC Strategic Network entitled Dynamics of Gender Inequality in the Middle East, North Africa and South Asia (GCRF, 2017-2018) and recently co-edited a volume entitled Economics and Austerity in Europe: Gendered Impacts and Sustainable Alternatives, published by Routledge.
Dr. Bargawi also works on East Africa where her research interests span gender, employment, macroeconomic policies and agriculture. Together with Dr. Elisa Van Waeyenberge, she recently completed an Employment Diagnostic Assessment for the International Labour Organisation and the Ministry of Gender, Labour and Social Development in Uganda.
Before joining the Economics department, Dr. Bargawi was involved in research and consultancy projects for international agencies such as the Asian Development Bank, the International Labour Organisation and the United Nations Development Program.
Monday 12:00 - 13:00 online - https://hannahbargawi.youcanbook.me/
Tuesday 13:00 - 14:00 on-campus
- Co-Investigator on a GCRF/ESRC Strategic Network entitled Dynamics of Gender Inequality in the Middle East, North Africa and South Asia (GCRF, 2017-2018)
- Research on Gender, Work and Austerity recently published in Feminist Economics and in an edited volume by Routledge: Economics and Austerity in Europe: Gendered Impacts and Sustainable Alternatives
- Recently completed an Employment Diagnostic Assessment for Uganda (2016-2017) for the ILO and the Ministry of Gender, Labour and Social Development in Uganda.
- Joint Coordinator of the IIPPE Working Group on Social Reproduction
- Co-convenor of the SOAS Research Cluster Feminist Political Economy and Development