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About Susanne Ross

Susanne Ross is a Lecturer in Business (with an interest in Public Management) at Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh. She has previously worked at the Scottish Government, Glasgow Caledonian University, Heriot-Watt University and Glasgow International College. Susanne has undertaken research into gender impact assessment of funding decisions for, and gender-based occupational segregation within, the Scottish Modern Apprenticeship programme; gender mainstreaming within the Scottish Structural Funds programme as well as work on developing a system of National Accounts for Scotland. Her academic and research interests include feminist economics, women in the labour market, gender analysis and public policy. She is currently a member of the International Association for Feminist Economics and research associate for WiSE (Women in Scotland’s Economy) Research Centre, Glasgow Caledonian University.

Articles by Susanne Ross

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