2013 Summer Seminar, July 15-18, Krakow, Poland

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Workshop Schedule

July 17 – 26, 2012

Jagiellonian University, Krakow, Poland

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Breakfast 07:30am - 08:30am

Daily announcenemts (15')

08:45am - 09:00am
Session 1. 09:00am - 10:15am
Tea/Coffee break 10:15am - 10:30am
Session 2. 10:30am - 11:45am
Lunch break. 11:45am - 01:15pm
Session 3. 01:15pm - 02:30pm
Short break 02:30pm - 02:45pm
Session 4. 02:45pm - 04:00pm
Tea/Coffee break 04:00pm - 04:15pm
Session 5. 04:15pm - 05:30pm
Dinner 06:00pm - 07:15pm
Special Evening Sessions 07:30pm - 08.45pm

Each session’s presentation will be 45 minutes, followed by group discussion of 30 minutes.  Evening Sessions will be held between 7:30 – 8:45pm

July 17, Tuesday Evening

Inaugural Dinner and Participant Introductions (Arrivals during the day)

Day I. July 18, Wednesday

Module I: Introduction to Gender-Aware Economics / Feminist Economics

Session 1. Welcome and Introduction of Fellows, Instructors and GEM-IWG (Rania Antonopoulos, Nilüfer Çağatay, Ewa Ruminska-Zimny and Anna Zachorowska);


Session 2Introduction to Gender-Aware Economics: Basic Theoretical Concerns of Gender-Aware (and non-mainstream) Economics (Rania Antonopoulos)


  • Primary Readings

1)     Blau, F., M. Ferber and A. E. Winkler (2002), The Economics of Women, Men and Work, Prentice Hall, Fourth Edition, pp. 1-5Downloadable

2)     Nelson, J. (1993), "The study of Choice or the Study of Provisioning? Gender and the Definition of Economics", in M. Ferber and J. Nelson, Beyond Economic Man, University of Chicago Press, 1993, pp. 23-36. Downloadable

3)      Beneria, L. (2003), "The study of Women and Gender in Economics" in L. Beneria, Gender, Development and Globalization, Routledge, Chapter 2, pp.31-62, Part 1 and Part 2 Downloadable

4)     Kabeer, N. (1999), "Resources, Agency, Achievements: Measurement of Women's Empowerment", Development and Change, Vol. 30, pp. 435-464 Downloadable

  • Optional Readings

1) Agarwal, B. (1997), "Bargaining and Gender Relations: Within and Beyond the Household", Feminist Economics, spring, pp. 1-25. Downloadable

2) Folbre, N. (1986), "Hearts and Spades: Paradigms of Household Economics", World Development, Vol. 14, No. 2, pp. 245-255. Downloadable

3) Elson, D. (1990), "Male Bias in the Development Process: An Overview", in Diane Elson (ed.) Male Bias in the Development Process, Manchester: Manchester University Press, pp. 1-15. Downloadable

Session 3. A Feminist Perspective on Political Economy (Antonella Picchio)


  • Primary readings

1)      Picchio, A. (1996), "The Analytical and Political Visibility of the Work of Social Reproduction", Background Paper for Human Development Report 1995, UNDP, New York. Downloadable

2)     Picchio, A. (1999), "Subsistence", in The Elgar Companion of Classical Economics, H. Kurz & N. Salvadori, eds., Aldershot, Elgar. Downloadable

3)     Picchio, A. (2003), "A Macroeconomic Approach to an Extended Standard of Living", Unpaid Work and the Economy: A Gender Perspective to Standard of Living, Routledge. Downloadable

Session 4. Patterns of Growth, Gender Inequalities and Poverty in the World Economy (Nilüfer Çağatay)


Session  5. The European Regional Context: Transition Process and Gender (Ewa Ruminska-Zimny)


  • Primary Readings

1)     UNECE (2008), 'Mainstreaming Gender into Economic Policies to Reach the Millennium Development Goals in Central Asia', Stocktaking Study, United Nations 2008. Downloadable

2)     UNECE (2009), "Gender Gap and Economic Policy: Trends and Good Practices From the ECE Region", United Nations Publication, Geneva. Downloadable

3)     Anna Matysiak (2009), 'Employment First, Then Childbearing: Women's Strategy in Post-socialist Poland', Population Studies, 63:3, pp. 253-276. Downloadable

  • Optional Readings

1)     d' Addio, A.C. and d'Ercole, M. M. (2005), 'Trends and Determinants of Fertility Rates in OECD Countries: The Role of Policies', OECD Social, Employment and Migration Working Papers, No. 27. Downloadable

2)     United Nations Division for the Advancement of Women (2009), "World Survey on the Role of Women in Development : Women's Control over Economic Resources and Access to Financial Resources, including Microfinance", New York. Downloadable

Day II. July 19, Thursday

Module II.  Redefining the Macroeconomy: Conceptual, Analytical and Data Issues

Session 1. Redifining the Macroeconomy from a Feminist and Green Perspective (Nilüfer Çağatay)


  • Primary Readings

1)        UNIFEM (2000), Progress of the World's Women 2000, UNIFEM, New York, Chapter 1. pp. 16-36. Downloadable

2)        Antonopoulos, Rania (2008), "The Unpaid Care Work-Paid Work Connection", Prepared for the ILO, Working Paper 541, Annandale-on-Hudson, NY: The Levy Economics Institute of Bard College. Downloadable

3)        Elson, D. and N. Cagatay (2000), "The Social Content of Macroeconomics", World Development, Vol. 28, No.7, pp. 1347-64. Downloadable

4)       Elson, D. (1998), "The Economic, the Political and the Domestic: Businesses, States and Households in the Organisation of Production", New Political Economy, Vol.3, No. 2, pp. 189-208 Downloadable

  • Optional Readings

1)    Budlender, D. (2002), Why Should We Care About Unpaid Care Work, UNIFEM, Harare. Downloadable

  • Other Items of Interest

1)   Waring, M. (1999), Counting for Nothing-What Men Value and What Women are Worth, Toronto: University of Toronto Press.Downloadable

5)   Bakker, I. (ed.) (1994), The Strategic Silence-Gender and Economic Policy, London Zed Books. Downloadable

Session 2. Macroeconomic Modelling with Gender: Analytical and Empirical Models (Nilüfer Çağatay)


Session 3. Intersections of Paid and Unpaid Work: Why Time Use and Household Production Matters (Rania Antonopoulos, Valeria Esquivel)


  • Primary Readings

1)     Unpaid Work and the Economy: Gender, Time Use and Poverty in Developing Countries, Edited by Rania Antonopoulos and Indira Hirway, Palgrave Macmillan, UK. Rania Antonopoulos (Introduction and Chapter 1 and Chapter 7), 2010 Macroeconomics and Gender, edited by Ritu Dewan and K Seeta Prabhu, Zubaan Publishing Co. India, 2010. Ch1. Downloadable Ch7.Downloadable

2)      "The Unpaid Care Work- Paid Work Connection" Rania Antonopoulos Working Paper No. 86, Policy Integration and Statistics Department, International Labour Office Geneva April 2008. Downloadable

3)     Collas-Monsad, S. (2009), "Removing the Cloak of Invisibility Integrating Unpaid Household Services in National Economic Accounts: The Phillipines Experience", Palgrave Macmillan, UK. Downloadable

  • Other items of interest

1)   Macroeconomics and Gender, edited by Ritu Dewan and K. Seeta Prabhu, Zubaan Publishing Co. India, 2010. Downloadable

Session 4. Time Use Data: Collection, Measurement and Valuation (Valeria Esquivel)


  • Primary Readings

1)     UN Statistical Division (2005), Guide to Producing Statistics on Time Use: Measuring Paid and Unpaid Work, United Nations, New York. Downloadable

2)      Indira Hirway (2010), "Time Use Surveys in Developing Countries: An Assessment" in Unpaid Work and the Economy: Gender, Time Use and Poverty in Developing Countries, Edited by Rania Antonopoulos and Indira Hirway, Palgrave Macmillan, UK. Downloadable

3)     Esquivel Valeria, Debbier Budlender, Nancy Folbre, and Indira Hirway (2008), "Explorations: Time Use Surveys in the South", Feminist Economics, July, 107-152. Downloadable

4)     Esquivel, Valeria (2011) “Sixteen Years after Beijing: What Are the New Policy Agendas for Time-Use Data Collection?”, Feminist Economics, Vol. 17 (4), October, 215-238. Downloadable

Session 5. Gender – Aware Economics and Time – Use Surveys in CEE (Ewa Ruminska- Zimny and Marta Hozer-Koćmiel)


1) Christel Aliaga 'How is the time of women and men distributed in Europe?" Statistics in Focus: Population and Social Conditions, Eurostat, 2006, no. 4 Downloadable

2) Ilona Blaszczak -Przybycinska "Estimation of Unpaid Work in Polish Households",  Statistics in Transition, vol. 8, no 3 2007Downloadable

3) Marta Hozer -Kocmiel 2008, Gender Mainstreaming in Economy Part II,  Distribution of Female Work Time and Value, Szczecin University. Downloadable

4) Miranda V. (2011) " Cooking, Cleaning and Volunteering: Unpaid Work Around the World",  OECD Social, Employment and Migration Papers, No 116 Downloadable


Day III. July 20, Friday

Module III: Fiscal Policy

Session 1. Fiscal Policy and Public Finance Principles I (Pinaki Chakraborty)


Session 2. Fiscal Policy and Public Finance Principles II (Pinaki Chakraborty)


  • Primary Readings

1)      Panizza, U.(2008), 'Domestic and External Public Debt in Developing Countries', UNCTAD. Downloadable

2)      Miller, B.D. and Bird, R.M. (1989), 'The Incidence of Indirect Taxes on Low Income Households in Jamaica'. Downloadable

Session 3. Gender Budgets from a Well-Being Approach (Antonella Picchio)


  • Primary Readings

1)     Picchio, (2008), "Well-being Gender Budgets: Italian Local Governments Cases", Centro di Analisi Delle Politiche Pubbliche, n.41. Downloadable

2)      Picchio, al. (2010), "Gender Budgets: A Capability Approach", Journal of Human Developments and Capabilities, vol.11, no.4, November.Downloadable

Session 4. Principles and Practices of Gender Responsive Budgeting:  Achievements and Challenges (Lekha Chakraborty)


  • Primary Readings

1) Lahiri, Ashok, lekha Chakraborty and P N Bhattachryya (2002) : Gender Budgeting in India , NIPFP - UN Women Publication, Follow the Money Series. Chapter 1 Downloadable, Chapter 2: Downloadable Chapter 3: Downloadable

2) Catagay, Nilufer et al (2000): Budgets as if people mattered: Democratizing Macroeconomic policies, UNDP/SEPED, New York.Downloadable

3) Elson, Diane (1999): Commonwealth Gender Responsive Budget Initiative: Background Papers. London/ Commonwealth Secretariat Downloadable

  • Optional Readings

1) Sen, Gita (2000): Gender Mainstreaming in Finance Ministries. In: World Development 28/7. Downloadable

2) Stotsky, Janet G. 2006. Gender Budgeting, International Monetary Fund Working Paper No. 232. Downloadable


Session 5. Gender and Taxation (Imraan Valodia)


  • Primary Readings

1)   Valodia I., Grown C. (2010) “TAXATION AND GENDER EQUITY A Comparative Analysis of Direct and Indirect Taxes in Developing and Developed Countries” Downloadable

Day IV. July 21, Saturday

Module IV: Globalization, Economic Dynamics and Challenges from a Feminist Perspective

Session 1. Intersections of Heterodox and Gender-aware Approaches to International Trade and Globalization: Theory, Policy and Empirics I (Nilüfer Çağatay)


Session 2. Intersections of Heterodox and Gender-aware Approaches to International Trade and Globalization: Theory, Policy and Empirics II (Nilüfer Çağatay)


  • Primary Readings

1)     Cagatay, N. (2001), "Trade, Gender and Poverty", UNDP, Background Paper for UNDP 2003, Making Trade Work For People.Downloadable

2)      UNDP (2006), "Sewing Thoughts: How to Realise Human Development Gains in the Post-Quota World", Tracking Report, Asia-Pacific Trade and Investment Initiative, UNDP Regional Center in Colombo, April.Part 1, Part 2, and Part 3. Part 1:Downloadable Part 2: Downloadable and Part 3: Downloadable

Session 3. Gender and Trade: UNCTAD’s Perspectives (Simonetta Zarilli)


1)      Wamen Watch, resource paper, 2011, “ Gender Equality and trade policy” Downloadable

2)       UNCTAD/OSG/2012/2, Who is benefitting from trade liberalization in Lesotho? A gender perspective Downloadable

Session 4. The Financialisation of nature:  Rio+20, the 'Green Economy' and gender equality (Heike Loeschmann)


1) Barbara, Unmuessig, Wolfgang Sachs, Thomas Fatheuer, Critique of the Green Economy - Toward Social and Environmental Equity, Publication Series on Ecology, Volume 22, Heinrich Boell Foundation, Berlin , June 2012, 48 pages Downloadable

2) Christa Wichterich, The Future We Want - A Feminist Perspective, Publication Series Ecology, Volume 21, Heinrich Boell Foundation, Berlin , March 2012, 52 pages Downloadable

3) Heike Loeschmann, The spirits that I called, unpublished English translation of an original German text published in Böll Thema 1/ 2012: Grüne Ökonomie – Was uns die Natur wert ist Downloadable

Session 5. Fellows’ Presentations I


Special Evening Session: Thematic Group Meetings I: A Conversation About Research and Policy Agendas

July 22, Sunday:  No sessions scheduled- cultural events

Day V. July 23, Monday

Module V.  Gender and Labour Dynamics: Theory and Empirical Patterns

Session 1. Macroeconomics of Gender, Caring Labor and Employment (İpek İlkkaracan)


  • Primary Readings

1)      Folbre, Nancy and Julie Nelson (2000), "For Love or Money or Both?", Journal of Economic Perspectives, Vol. 14 (4), pp. 123-140. Downloadable

2)      Folbre, Nancy (2006), "Measuring Care: Gender, Empowerment and the Care Economy", Journal of Human Development, Vol. 14(2), pp. 183-200. Downloadable

3)      Himmelweit, Susan (2007), "The Prospects for Caring: economic theory and policy analysis", Cambridge Journal of Economics, Vol. 31, pp.581-599. Downloadable

4)      İlkkaracan, İpek (2011), "Why So Few Women in the Labor Market in Turkey?", Feminist Economics, Vol.18 (1).Downloadable

Session 2. Shifting Meanings of Informal Employment (Imraan Valodia)


  • Primary Readings

1)   Unifem 2005, “Progress of the world`s women.” Women, work and poverty. Downloadable

Session 3. Economic Crises and Gendered Labor Outcomes (Özge İzdeş)


  • Primary Readings

1)     Seguino, Stephanie. (2010), 'The global economic crisis, its gender and ethnic implications, and policy responses', Gender & Development, 18: 2, 179 - 199. Downloadable

2)     Ozge Izdes (Forthcoming in 2011), "Financial Crises of Turkey (1991, 1994, 1999 and 2001) and Gendered Employment Outcomes" Ed. A. Deshpande, Book edition of selected papers of 4th Annual Conference on Development and Change, CAPORDE, South Africa, Johannesburg, Routledge. Downloadable

  • Optional Readings

1)    Otobe, Naoko. (2011), "Global economic crisis, gender and employment : the impact and policy response", International Labour Office, Employment Sector, Employment working paper, No. 74. Downloadable

Session 4. Household Production Made Visible – Social Accounting Matrix (SAM) and Computable General Equilibrium (CGE) Models (Marzia Fontana)


  • Primary Readings

1)          Fontana, M., forthcoming, ‘Gender in economy-wide modelling’ in Waylen, G. and Rai, S. (eds),New Frontiers of Feminist Political Economy, Routledge, Oxford Downloadable

2)          Fontana, M. (2007) ‘Modelling the effects of trade on women at work and at home: comparative perspectives’ in van Staveren, I., Elson, D., Grown, C. and Cagatay, N. (eds), The Feminist Economics of Trade, Routledge, Oxford Downloadable

3)          Uriel, E., Ferri, J. and Molto, M. (2005) Estimation of an extended SAM with household production for Spain 1995, Economic Systems Research, Vol. 17, No. 3, pp. 255-278 Downloadable

Session 5. Work, Care and Demographic Change in Eastern Europe (Irene Kotowska)


1)        Kotowska I.E., Matysiak A., Pailhé A., Solaz A., Styrc M., Vignoli D., 2010,  Second European Quality of Life Survey:  Family Life and Work, European Foundation for the Improvement of Living and Working Conditions, Office for Official Publications of the European Communities, Luxembourg Downloadable

2)        Kotowska I.E., J.Stachura, P.Strzelecki, 2008, Equality of retirement benefits received by men and women in selected European countries. Childbearing and future benefits, ENEPRI Research Report No. 56, AIM WP6, Task 6.4.1, June 2008 Downloadable

3)        Kotowska I.E. (2012), Family Change in Europe from a Transition-to-Adulthood Perspective, in: T.Knijn (ed),  Work, Family Policies and Transitions to Adulthood in Europe, Series: Work and Welfare in Europe, Palgrave Macmillan 2012, forthcoming. Downloadable

4)        Matysiak A. (2011),  Interdependencies between Fertility and Women’s Labour Supply Dortrecht, Heidelberg, London, New York: Springer, European Studies of Population 17. Downloadable

5)        European Commission (2010), Demography report 2010, 1-7, 19-74. Downloadable

Special Evening Lecture: Women’s Employment and Changes in Care Regimes in Poland and TransitionCountries (Anna Zachorowska)


  • Primary Readings

1)     Paula England and Nancy Folbre (2001), Care, Inequality, and Policy, October. Downloadable

2)     Anna Zachorowska-Mazurkiewicz (2008), "Economic Transformation, European Integration and the Situation of Women in Polish Labour Markets", [In:] John Pickles (ed.) Globalization and Regionalization in Socialist and Post-Socialist Economies, Studies in Central and Eastern Europe, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. Downloadable

3)      Anna Titkow (2001), "On the Appreciated Role of Women", [In:] Mike Ingham, Hilary Ingham, Henryk Domanski (eds.) Women on the Polish Labor Market, Budapest: CEU Press. Downloadable

  • Optional Readings

1)      Esplen, E. (2009), "Gender and Care: Overview Report", Bridge Institute of Development Studies.Downloadable

2)     Susan Himmelweit, (1995), The Discovery of "Unpaid Work": The Social Consequences of the Expansion of "Work". Feminist Economics 1 (2),pp. 1-19. Downloadable

3)     Anna Zachorowska-Mazurkiewicz (2007), Impact of Ideology on Institutional Solutions Addressing Women's Role in the Labor Market in Poland, Journal of Economic Issues, XLI (2), pp. 451-458. Downloadable

4)      Bozena Leven, (2008), Poland's Transformation and New Opportunities for Women. Feminist Economics, 14 (1), pp. 123-137. Downloadable

5)     Reconcilliation of work and family life: as a condition of equal participation in the labour market: Report of the Review of the Implementation of the Beijing Platform for Action prepared by the European Institute for Gender Equality under the Polish Presidency EU 2011, Chapter 1 (Background analysis), 2 (Methodology) and 3 (Gender Gaps in labour market), September 2011. Downloadable

Day VI. July 24, Tuesday

Module VI. Gender and Poverty

Session 1. Evolution of Conceptualizations of Poverty and Gender, and Anti-Poverty Policies (Nilüfer Çağatay)


Session 2. Income Poverty and Time – Poverty: An Integrated Framework (Rania Antonopoulos)


Session 3. Rural Poverty: Women in Agriculture and Rural Employment (Marzia Fontana)


  • Primary Readings

1)     Agarwal, B. (2010), ‘Rethinking agricultural production collectives’ Economic and Political Weekly, 27 February, 2010, Vol. XLV No.9 Downloadable

2)     Fontana, M. with Paciello, C. (2010)  ‘Gender dimensions of rural employment: differentiated pathways out of poverty. A global perspective’, Gender dimensions of rural employment:differentiated pathways out of poverty.  FAO-IFAD-ILO: RomeDownloadable

3)     Whitehead, A. (2008), ‘The gendered impacts of liberalization policies on African agricultural economies and rural livelihoods’ in Razavi, S. (ed.) The gendered impacts of liberalization: towards embedded liberalism? Routledge/ UNRISDDownloadable

Session 4. Social Protection and Gender in Historical Perspective: The Debate on Conditional Cash Transfers and Employment Guarantee (Rania Antonopoulos)


  • Primary Readings

1)     Antonopoulos, R. (2011), "Social Protection: Opportunities for promoting a gender equality agenda". Downloadable

2)      Molyneux, M. (2009), "Conditional Cash Transfer: A Pathway to Women Empowerment". Downloadable

  • Optional Readings

1)     S W, R. and K, N. (2003), "Gender Equality and the Extension of Social Protection", Paper No:16, International Labor Office, Geneva.Downloadable

2)     WHO and ILO (2009), "A joint Crisis Initiative of the UN Chief Executives Board for Co-ordination on the Social Protection Floor", Geneva.Downloadable

Session 5. Gender Aspects of Social Security and Social Protection in Eastern and Central Europe (Silke Steinhilber)


  • Primary Readings

1)     UNECE (2009), "Gender Gap and Economic Policy: Trends and Good Practices From the ECE Region", United Nations Publication, Geneva. Chapter 2 Downloadable

2)     Cerami A., Vanhuysse P. (2009)Post-Communist Welfare Pathways Theorizing Social Policy Transformations in Central and Eastern Europe Downloadable

Day VII.  July 25, Wednesday

Module VII. The Evolution of Monetary Policy and International Finance

Session 1. International Financial Flows: From Capital Accounts to ‘Efficient Allocation’ to Financialization and Financial Crises (Jayati Ghosh)


  • Primary Readings

1)     Diaz-Alejandro, C. (1984), 'Good Bye Financial Repression Hello Financial Crash', Journal of Development Economics 19, pp.1-24. Downloadable

2)     D'Arista, J. (2009), 'The Evolving International Monetary System', Cambridge Journal of Economics 33, pp. 633-652.Downloadable

3)      Ghosh, J. (2010), 'The Global Financial Crisis and the Developing World'.Downloadable

  • Optional Readings

1)     Ghosh, J. (2009), 'The Impact of the Crisis on Women in Developing Asia', AWID. Downloadable

2)      Seguino, S. (2009), 'Emerging Issue: The Gender Perspectives of the Financial Crisis', Interactive Expert Panels, Comission on the Status of Women, fifty-third session, New York. Downloadable


Session 2. Innovative Finance: a gender perspective (Nilufer Cagatay)

Session 3. Innovative Finance: a gender perspective (Nilufer Cagatay)


Session 4. Monetary Policy in Historical Perspective: Changing Objectives of Monetary Policy – (Dimitri Papadimitriou via video-conferencing)


  • Primary Readings

1)     Braunstein, E. and J. Heintz (2005), "Gender Bias and Central Bank Policy: Formal Employment and Inflation Reduction", Paper prepared for Alternatives to Inflation Targeting for Stable and Egalitatarian Growth, May 13-14, 2005. CEDES, Buenos Aires.Downloadable

2)      Ünal, F.G., Dokmanovic M., and Abazov, R. (2010), "The Economic and Financial Crises in CEE and CIS", The Levy Economics Institute of Bard College Working Paper No. 598. Downloadable

3)     Papadimitriou, D. (2008) "Promoting Equality Through an Employment of Last Resort Policy." Working Paper No. 545, Annandale-on-Hudson, NY: Levy Economics Institute of Bard College, also published in The Bulletin of Political Economy, 2009.Downloadable

4)     Kregel, Jan (2012) " Building Effective Regulation Requires a Theory of Financial Instability" One-Pager No. 30, Annandale-on-Hudson, NY: Levy Economics Institute of Bard College Downloadable

Session 5. Fellows’ Presentations II

Special Evening Session: Thematic Group Meetings II: A Conversation About Research and Policy Agendas

Day VIII. July 26, Thursday

Module VIII. Economic Crisis: One or Many?

Session 1. Food, Fuel and Financial Crises (Jayati Gosh)

1)     Ghosh, J. (2010), "Dealing with 'The Poor'", Development and Change, Institute of Social Studies, The Hague. Downloadable


Session 2. Political and Economic Crisis: Insights from the MENA Region (Mohammad Pournik)

Session 3. Closing Roundtable:  Feminist Macroeconomic Policies in the Context of Crises


Moderator: Rania Antonopoulos

Participants:  (Nilufer Cagatay, Mohammad Pournik , Ewa Ruminska-Zimny, Anna Zachorowska, Simonetta Zarilli, Brigitte Young)

Session 4. Closing Remarks and Evaluation  (All Participants)



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