November is Financial Literacy Month and Carleton University experts are available to discuss related topics.
Professor in the Department of Economics
Phone: 613-520-2600, ext. 3756
Woolley is available to speak about earnings, employment, taxes and benefit policies, labour force participation and demographics. Her research centres on families and public policy. Her most-cited work is on modelling family decision making, measuring inequality within the household, feminist economics, and tax benefit policy.
She has served as secretary treasurer of the Canadian Economics Association, business editor of Canadian Public Policy, co-editor of Review of Economics of the Household, and on the editorial boards of Feminist Economics and the Journal of Socio-Economics.
Director of the Centre for Research and Education on Women and Work (CREWW), Past-President of the Canadian Academic Accounting Association, Associate Professor of Accounting in the Sprott School of Business
Phone: 613-520-2600, ext. 2774
Bujaki’s research focus is on voluntary disclosure in corporate annual reports, historical accounting, governance and accountability practices. She is involved in research projects addressing corporate governance; accounting policy choice; gender issues in management; mentoring; and the depiction of gender and race in accounting firm recruitment documents. Bujaki has published in academic journals and professional magazines, including the Journal of Accounting Literature, Women in Management Review, Canadian Journal of Administrative Studies and Gender in Management: An International Journal.
Media Relations Officer
613-520-2600, ext. 8718