Writing & Media

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.

POPULAR WRITING

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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.

 

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Most academics are harried and overworked. So why are so many of us blogging on top of it all?

 

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University instructors aren’t as insulated from technological change as we might have thought. From a labor standpoint, that could be bad news.

 

 

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.”

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PRESS RELEASE: Economists decry political attacks, urge serious exploration of universal, publicly financed health

 

 

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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.

 

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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

 

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School Breakfast Economics Add Up
November 10, 2011