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1. 2002 Survey of Business Owners (aka Survey of Minority and Women-Owned Businesses) (external link)
Abstract: Data from national survey on minority and women-owned businesses
Resource Type: Data



2. Facts on Women Business Owners (external link)
Abstract: Data and graphs on women business owners, including information about businesses owned by women of color
Resource Type: Graph



3. FedStats (external link)
Abstract: The gateway to statistics from over 100 US Federal Agencies
Resource Type: Website



4. Female-Headed Families with Children in Poverty, by Race and Hispanic Origin (external link)
Abstract: Female-Headed Families with Children in Poverty, by Race and Hispanic Origin
Resource Type: Chart



5. Feminist Economics (external link)
Abstract: Feminist economics critically analyzes both economic theory and economic life through the lens of gender and advocates various forms of feminist economic transformation. This course explores this new, exciting, and self-consciously political and transformative field.
Resource Type: Syllabus



6. How the States Measure Up: Women's Employment and Earnings, by Race and Ethnicity Labor Force Participation Rates for Women, by (external link)
Abstract: From the Institute for Women's Policy Research comes a series of maps of the United States that visually represent the economic status of women based on 2002 data
Resource Type: Table/Chart



7. How the States Measure Up: Women's Reproductive Rights, by Race and Ethnicity Percent of Mothers Beginning Prenatal Care in the (external link)
Abstract: From the Institute for Women's Policy Research comes a series of maps of the United States that visually represent the economic status of women based on 2002 data
Resource Type: Table/Chart



8. How the States Measure Up: Women's Social and Economic Autonomy, by Race and Ethnicity Percent of Women Aged 25 and Over with a (external link)
Abstract: From the Institute for Women's Policy Research comes a series of maps of the United States that visually represent the economic status of women based on 2002 data
Resource Type: Table/Chart



9. How the States Measure Up: Womens Political Representation by Race and Ethnicity (external link)
Abstract: From the Institute for Women's Policy Research comes a series of maps of the United States that visually represent the economic status of women based on 2002 data
Resource Type: Table/Chart



10. International Association for Feminist Economics (external link)
Abstract: The IAFFE is a group of scholars, policy professionals, students, advocates and activists interested in empowering and improving the well-being of women-and other under-represented groups-around the world. The website contains position papers, links, and archives of their Journal of Feminist Economics
Resource Type: Website



11. Map of Womens Median Annual Earnings (external link)
Abstract: From the Institute for Women's Policy Research comes a series of maps of the United States that visually represent the economic status of women based on 2002 data
Resource Type: Graph



12. Nickel and Dimed; On (Not) Getting By in America (external link)
Abstract: With some 12 million women being pushed into the labor market by welfare reform, she decided to do some good old-fashioned journalism and find out just how they were going to survive on the wages of the unskilled--at $6 to $7 an hour, only half of what is considered a living wage. So she did what millions of Americans do, she looked for a job and a place to live, worked that job, and tried to make ends meet.
Resource Type: Book



13. Percent of Women Above Poverty (external link)
Abstract: From the Institute for Women's Policy Research comes a series of maps of the United States that visually represent the economic status of women based on 2002 data
Resource Type: Graph



14. Raise the Floor: Promoting Practices and Policies that Work (external link)
Abstract: This website promotes the need for policies to raise wages for workers, especially women.
Resource Type: Website



15. Six Strategies for Family Economic Self-Sufficiency (external link)
Abstract: e project provides resources and technical assistance to community-based advocates and states on human resource investment policies to help move families out of poverty. The website contains strategies and proposals and a library of relevant online material and links, and seeks to connect the Family Economic Self-Sufficiency Project to a wide audience
Resource Type: Website



16. State-by-State Rankings and Data on Indicators of Women's Economic Status by Race and Ethnicity (external link)
Abstract: From the Institute for Women's Policy Research comes a series of maps of the United States that visually represent the economic status of women based on 2002 data
Resource Type: Graph



17. Summary Statistics for Changes in the Number of Women-Owned Businesses and their Recipients: 1997-2002 (external link)
Abstract: Data on women-owned businesses for all 50 states
Resource Type: Table/Chart



18. The Condition of Education 2004 - Degrees Earned by Women (external link)
Abstract: A summary of the data on women in college, this short article looks at both graduation rates and degrees attained by women in both the present as well as looking back as far as 1970
Resource Type: Article



19. The Number of Bachelors Degrees Earned by Women, by Field of Study (internal link)
Abstract: A chart on bachelors degrees earned by women in various fields (ie. Business, visual arts, engineering, etc) in 1970, 1984, and 2001.
Resource Type: Chart



20. The Self Sufficiency Standard for the City of New York 2004 (external link)
Abstract: This report looks at how much an individual, especially women, need to survive in NYC. It also looks at wages needed for self-sufficiency in different boroughs, and for women in different economic and family situations.
Resource Type: Article



21. The Status of Women in the States: Women's Economic Status in the States - Wide Disparities by Race, Ethnicity and Region (external link)
Abstract: The findings in this report provide an overview of women's status to assess the progress women have made and remaining obstacles to their economic quality and well-being across the country
Resource Type: Article



22. When "Free" Means Losing Your Mother: The Collision of Child Welfare and the Incarceration of Women in New York State (external link)
Abstract: This report explores the connection between a dysfunctional, poorly funded welfare system and the rise of women in prison. It also looks into the experience of these women as they try to maintain a connection to their children.
Resource Type: Article



23. Wider Opportunities for Women (external link)
Abstract: WOW works nationally and in Washington DC to build pathways to economic independence for America's families, women, and girls. Their website contains position papers, fact sheets, maps, and detailed policy analysis that promote their mission described above.
Resource Type: Website



24. Women in Mathematics (external link)
Abstract: WME's general purpose is to promote the mathematican education of girls and women. Their website contains descriptions about and links to other key organizations promoting equity in math and science and that celebrate women in these fields.
Resource Type: Website



25. Womens Economic Status in NY (external link)
Abstract: From the Institute for Women's Policy Research comes a series of maps of the United States that visually represent the economic status of women based on 2002 data
Resource Type: Table/Chart



26. Work4Women (external link)
Abstract: Work for women provides tools, strategies, and a virtual community to help increase women and girls' integration and retention in high-wage jobs that are considered nontraditional for women.
Resource Type: Website




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