New Frontiers in Feminist Political Economy

Citation:

Rai, Shirin, and Georgina Waylen, eds. 2013. New Frontiers in Feminist Political Economy. New York: Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group.

Authors: Georgina Waylen, Shirin Rai

Abstract:

This volume brings together the work of outstanding feminist scholars who reflect on the achievements of feminist political economy and the challenges it faces in the 21st century. (WorldCat)

Annotation:

Feminist political economy : looking back, looking forward / Shirin M. Rai and Georgina Waylen --
Gendered, globalisation and the reproduction of labour : bringing the state back in / Ruth Pearson --
Gender production networks : pushes and pulls on corporate responsibility? / Stephanie Barrientos and Barbara Evers --
The rise of the female breadwinner : reconfigurations of marriage, motherhood, and masculinity in the global economy / Naila Kabeer --
Domesticating (and de-patriarchalizing) the development agenda : a need for greater household (and family) engagement in gender-related policy interventions? / Sylvia Chant and Katherine Brickell --
Addressing/reforming care, but on whose terms? / Shahra Razavi --
Gender as a macro economic variable / Irene Van Staveren --
Gender in economy-wide modelling / Marzia Fontana --
Gender, macroeconomic policy, and the human rights approach to social protection / Radhika Balakrishnan and Sonja Thomas --
Economic crises from the 1980s to the 2010s : a gender analysis / Diane Elson.

Topics: Economies, Gender, Women, Households

Year: 2013

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