In addition to academic research, I have written for blogs and been consulted on policy issues. Below is a selection of my articles and interviews.
Working Out the Meaning of ‘Meaningful Work’
The “do what you love” mantra is troubling but so is the opposite notion that work is inherently displeasing.
Most academics are harried and overworked. So why are so many of us blogging on top of it all?
From March 2013 – June 2015, I was co-editor of Lady Economist, a feminist blog about how economics impacts women and girls.
IN THE MEDIA
In April 2016, I was the discussant following Dr. Heather Boushey’s lecture on “The Political Economy of Time and Work-Life Conflict.”
A good place to find out if children are going hungry is to go to a classroom. Ryan Warner talks with Katherine Moos, child nutrition program manager with Hunger Free Colorado.
The Academic Feminist: Lady Economists in Conversation
Interview of Katherine Moos and Kate Bahn, co-editors of LadyEconomist.com
By Gwendolyn Beetham, Feministing
July 02, 2014
State speeds its processing for food stamps despite higher demand
December 01, 2011
School Breakfast Economics Add Up
November 10, 2011
May 11, 2012