Feminist Economics

Feminist economics analyses the interrelationship between gender and the economy. Thereby, feminist economics also takes the unpaid, non-market intermediated part of the economy and society into account and examines the driving forces behind common dichotomies such as economic–social, productive–reproductive, masculine–feminine, paid–unpaid or public–private. Moreover, feminist economics analyses patriarchy and capitalism as interrelated forms of dominance.

Level: advanced
2020
Serena Natile Routledge
Level: beginner
1999
Stretton, Hugh PLUTO PRess
Level: advanced
2019
Diane Perrons, Sigrid (Vienna U… Agenda Publishing
Level: beginner
2017
Kate Raworth Chelsea Green Publishing
Level: advanced
1999
Janice Peterson, Margaret Lewis Edward Elgar
Level: advanced
2015
Jason W. Moore Verso
Level: advanced
2012
J. E. King Edward Elgar
Level: advanced
2020
Joyce P Jacobsen Edward Elgar
Level: advanced
2005
Marc Edelman, Angelique Haugerud Wiley
Level: advanced
2015
Lourdes Benería, Günseli Berik,… Routledge
Level: advanced
1990
Marilyn Waring HarperSanFrancisco
Level: beginner
2015
Ha-Joon Chang Bloomsbury USA

 

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