Feminist Economics (inbunden)
Format
Inbunden (Hardback)
Språk
Engelska
Antal sidor
2112
Utgivningsdatum
2005-07-01
Förlag
Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd
Illustrationer
Illustrations
Dimensioner
247 x 176 x 120 mm
Vikt
3946 g
ISBN
9781843765684
Feminist Economics (inbunden)

Feminist Economics

Feminism, Economics, and Well-being / Households, Paid and Unpaid Work, and the Care Economy / Global Perspectives on Gender

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Lourdes Beneria, Ann Mari May and Diana Strassmann have combined to produce a major new three-volume research collection that demonstrates the breadth and significance of feminist scholarship in economics. This important selection of articles shows how feminist economics has illuminated our understanding of topics such as household decision-making, the care economy, globalization, the feminization of the labour force, macroeconomics, trade, development, and international migration. Many of the essays provide a feminist perspective on policy and social transformation. The editors have provided an original introduction to the literature, ensuring that these volumes will be an essential source of reference for both students and scholars.
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Edited by Lourdes Beneria, Emerita Professor of Post-Graduate Studies, Cornell University, US and Senior Associate, IIEDG (Inter-University Institute on Women and Gender Studies), Spain, Ann Mari May, Professor of Economics, Department of Economics, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, US and Diana Strassmann, Professor in the Practice, Center for the Study of Women, Gender and Sexuality, Rice University, US

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Contents: Volume I: Feminism, Economics and Well-being Acknowledgements Introduction Lourdes Beneria, Ann Mari May and Diana Strassmann PART I FEMINIST THEORY AND ECONOMICS A Feminism and Economics: Rethinking Theory 1. Paula England (1993), `The Separative Self: Androcentric Bias in Neoclassical Assumptions' 2. Diana Strassmann (1993), `Not a Free Market: The Rhetoric of Disciplinary Authority in Economics' 3. Julie A. Nelson (1995), `Feminism and Economics' 4. Frances Woolley (2000), `Degrees of Connection: A Critique of Rawls's Theory of Mutual Disinterest' 5. S. Charusheela and Eiman Zein-Elabdin (2003), `Feminism, Postcolonial Thought, and Economics' 6. Eiman Zein-Elabdin (2003), `The Difficulty of a Feminist Economics' 7. Marilyn Power (2004), `Social Provisioning as a Starting Point for Feminist Economics' 8. Colin Danby (2007), `Political Economy and the Closet: Heteronormativity in Feminist Economics' B How Do Economists Know: Feminist Perspectives on Economic Methods and Argument 9. Diana Strassmann and Livia Polanyi (1995), `The Economist as Storyteller: What the Texts Reveal' 10. Gunseli Berik (1997), `The Need for Crossing the Method Boundaries in Economics Research' 11. Marlene Kim (1997), `Poor Women Survey Poor Women: Feminist Perspectives in Survey Research' 12. Marilyn Power, Ellen Mutari and Deborah M. Figart (2003), `Beyond Markets: Wage Setting and the Methodology of Feminist Political Economy' C Feminist Perspectives on the History of Economic Thought 13. Michele Pujol (1995), `Into the Margin!' 14. Lynn C. Burbridge (1997), `Black Women in the History of African American Economic Thought: A Critical Essay' 15. Edith Kuiper (2006), `Adam Smith and his Feminist Contemporaries' PART II HUMAN WELL-BEING, CAPABILITIES AND JUSTICE A Capabilities and Human Rights 16. Martha C. Nussbaum (2003) `Capabilities as Fundamental Entitlements: Sen and Social Justice' 17. Ingrid Robeyns (2003), `Sen's Capability Approach and Gender Inequality: Selecting Relevant Capabilities' 18. Sakiko Fukuda-Parr (2003), `The Human Development Paradigm: Operationalizing Sen's Ideas On Capabilities' 19. Amartya Sen (2004), `Dialogue Capabilities, Lists, and Public Reason: Continuing the Conversation' B Health and Longevity 20. Amartya Sen (1990), `More Than 100 Million Are Missing' 21. Stephan Klasen and Claudia Wink (2003), `"Missing Women": Revisiting the Debate' C Access to Property and Assets 22. Bina Agarwal (1994), `Gender and Command Over Property: A Critical Gap in Economic Analysis and Policy in South Asia' 23. Michael Kevane and Leslie C. Gray (1999), `A Woman's Field is Made at Night: Gendered Land Rights and Norms in Burkina Faso' 24. Junjie Chen and Gale Summerfield (2007), `Gender and Rural Reforms in China: A Case Study of Population Control and Land Rights Policies in Northern Liaoning' 25. Carmen Diana Deere and Cheryl R. Doss (2008), `Gender and the Distribution of Wealth in Developing Countries' D Education 26. M. Anne Hill and Elizabeth M. King (1995), `Women's Education and Economic Well-Being' 27. Martha C. Nussbaum (2003), `Women's Education: A Global Challenge' 28. Ann Mari May (2006), `"Sweeping the Heavens for a Comet": Women, the Language of Political Economy, and Higher Education in the US' E Race, Caste, Class and Ethnic Relations 29. Mary C. King (1993), `Black Women's Breakthrough into Clerical Work: An Occupational Tipping Model' 30. Ashwini Deshpande (2002), `Assets versus Autonomy? The Changing Face of the Gender-Caste Overlap in India' 31. Otrude N. Moyo and Saliwe M. Kawewe (2002), `The Dynamics of a Racialized, Gendered, Ethnicized and Economically Stratified Society: Understanding the Socio-Economic Status of Women in Zimbabwe' Volume II: Households, Paid and Unpaid Work, and the Care Economy Acknowledgements An introduction to all three volumes by the editor appears in Volume I PART I GENDER AND HOUSEHOLD RELATIONS A Heterosexual Families 1. Amartya