The Daily Beat

Premiere DateMar 26, 2015
Categories Culture Politics Talk
00:00 The Daily Beat Intro
02:05 The Daily Beat pt. 1 Contradictory Global trends
04:12 The Daily Beat pt. 2 Women vs Men for the same good jobs
05:31 The Daily Beat pt. 3 Prof. Stephanie Seguino
09:58 The Daily Beat Outro
10:11 Cats Were Born And The Kids
15:00 Finish

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The Daily Beat is a daily news podcast that gives you 15 minutes of digestible investigations into an ongoing weekly story. Tune in Monday through Friday at 7 p.m. with your host Lisa Autz to hear original reporting on events throughout New York City that speak to greater national and international issues.

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This week on the Daily Beat, in honor of Women’s History Month, we will be looking at global feminization and gender equality in the workforce.

Don’t miss a beat!

Today: Thursday March 26, 2015  – This week’s podcast covers an event at The New School which gave a one-day workshop on gendered labor market segregation in developing countries. This is part of a joint research project between the New School for Social Research and the University of Gottingen.

Today, Stephanie Seguino, professor of economics at the University of Vermont, discusses her work looking at the contradictory global trends in the gender labor market, especially in developing countries. Seguino’s research explores the question: “Is equity with growth possible? If so, what are the conditions under which that happy outcome might occur?”. Over the past years she has worked with a number of international organizations and research groups such as the US Agency for International Development, UN Development Programme, UN Research Institute for Social Development, and the World Bank.

HOST Lisa Autz
Lisa Autz is a staff writer, as well as Host of The Daily Beat and Co-Host of Third Eye Weekly. Lisa has a background in journalism and economics. She enjoys working on stories that shed light on the…

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