Jeni Klugman

Jeni Klugman, PhD

Adjunct Lecturer
International Development

Background and Education

Jeni Klugman is a fellow at the Kennedy School of Government’s Women in Public Policy Program at Harvard University, where she teaches a course on gender inequality and development.  Previous roles include gender director at the World Bank, and director and lead author of three global Human Development Reports published by the UNDP.  She sits on several boards and panels, including those related to the World Economic Forum and the Journal of Human Development and Capabilities, and is an Associate Fellow of Chatham House, London UK. She holds a PhD in Economics from the Australian National University and postgraduate degrees in both Law and Development Economics from the University of Oxford where she was a Rhodes Scholar.


2015-11-04 00:00:00 
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Spring 2018 
The objectives ...
The objectives of this seminar are broadly two-fold: first, to gain a solid understanding of the patterns and constraints of gender inequality around the world up to the present day, and second, to review and debate what we know and don’t know about what policies and programs can work to close gender gaps, with a focus on developing countries. The seminar will cover a broad range of topics, from economic opportunities, to gender based violence, to the global agenda and post 2015 framework.