Organization profile

Organisation profile

Head of Gender Studies Laboratory
Eglė Krinickienė PhD
E- mail: eglekrinickiene@mruni.eu

Mission    
To develop scientific research of gender equality in the fields of social and economic sciences emphasizing the social economic benefits of gender equality, to participate in formation of the policy of gender equality in Lithuania and to integrate the studies of Gender Economics into the general education process of Mykolas Romeris University.

Objectives    

  • To perform scientific research in the field of gender equality especially stimulating international and interdisciplinary aspects of the research.
  • To cooperate closely with the institutions responsible for implementation of the equality between women and men in Lithuania and the European Union.
  • To educate highly qualified scientific researchers, doctoral students, and to improve the research based studies of Gender Economics.
  • To prepare the scientific publications in the field of gender equality.
  • To perform the spread of the results of scientific research of the Laboratory.


Research Priorities:

  • Microeconomic level
  • Macroeconomic level
  • Innovation directions of research

 

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Lithuania Social Sciences
workers' organization Social Sciences
satisfaction with life Social Sciences
cognition Earth & Environmental Sciences
household income Earth & Environmental Sciences
police officer Social Sciences
income Earth & Environmental Sciences
corruption Social Sciences

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Research Output 2015 2018

Lithuania
EU
evaluation
European Commission
economy
10 Citations (Scopus)
Open Access
Economics
income
fiscal policy
social policy
vulnerability
4 Citations (Scopus)
Open Access
resilience
vulnerability
risk management
social development
morality