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    Practising Feminist Political Ecologies: Moving Beyond the 'Green Economy'

    Harcourt, Wendy, and Ingrid L. Nelson, eds. 2015. Practising Feminist Political Ecologies: Moving Beyond the 'Green Economy'. London: Zed Books.

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    Topics: Development, Economies, Care Economies, Ecological Economics, Feminist Economics, Environment, Climate Change, Feminisms, Feminist Political Ecology, Gender, Women, Justice, Political Economies

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    Feminist Political Ecology and the Economics of Care: In Search of Economic Alternatives

    Bauhardt, Christine, and Wendy Harcourt, eds. 2018. Feminist Political Ecology and the Economics of Care: In Search of Economic Alternatives. New York: Routledge. 

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    Topics: Agriculture, Economies, Care Economies, Ecological Economics, Environment, Climate Change, Environmental Disasters, Feminisms, Feminist Political Ecology, Feminist Political Economy, Gender, Women, Gender Analysis, Political Economies Countries: Argentina, Canada, Kenya, Zimbabwe

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    To Measure and to Narrate: Paths Toward a Sustainable Future

    Berik, Günseli. 2018. “To Measure and to Narrate: Paths Toward a Sustainable Future.” Feminist Economics 24 (3): 136–59.

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    Topics: Economies, Care Economies, Ecological Economics, Feminist Economics, Environment, Feminisms, Feminist Political Ecology, Livelihoods Keywords: Genuine Progress Indicator, unpaid care work, sustainability, ecology

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    What is 'Green' in the Green New Deal- Criteria from Ecofeminist and Post-Keynesian Economics

    Kesting, Stefan. 2011. "What is 'Green' in the Green New Deal - Criteria from Ecofeminist and Post-Keynesian Economics."International Journal of Green Economics 5 (1): 49-64.

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    Topics: Economies, Ecological Economics, Environment, Feminisms, Ecofeminism Keywords: green stimulus, (re)productivity, post-keynesian economics, ecofeminism

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    Between a Rock and a Soft Place: Ecological and Feminist Economics in Policy Debates

    Nelson, Julie A. 2009. “Between a Rock and a Soft Place: Ecological and Feminist Economics in Policy Debates.” Ecological Economics 69 (1): 1–8. 

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    Topics: Economies, Ecological Economics, Feminist Economics, Environment, Climate Change, Feminisms, Gender Keywords: climate, feminist economics, policy, profit, modeling

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    Ecology, Sustainability, and Care: Developments in the Field

    Nelson, Julie A., and Marilyn Power. 2018. “Ecology, Sustainability, and Care: Developments in the Field.” Feminist Economics 24 (3): 80–8.

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    Topics: Economies, Care Economies, Ecological Economics, Feminist Economics, Environment, Gender Keywords: feminist economics, ecological economics, green economics, gender, care, care work

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    Economics, Ecology, and Quality of Life: Who Evaluates?

    O’Hara, Sabine U. 1999. “Economics, Ecology, and Quality of Life: Who Evaluates?” Feminist Economics 5 (2): 83–9.

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    Topics: Economies, Ecological Economics, Feminist Economics, Environment Keywords: feminist methodology, context, local participation, quality of life, sustainability

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    Making the Hidden Visible: The Importance of Caring Activities and Their Principles for Any Economy

    Jochimsen, Maren, and Ulrike Knobloch. 1997. “Making the Hidden Visible: The Importance of Caring Activities and Their Principles for Any Economy.” Ecological Economics 20 (2): 107–12.

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    Topics: Development, Economies, Care Economies, Ecological Economics, Feminist Economics, Environment, Feminisms Keywords: feminist economics, discoursive ethics, ecological economics, sustainable development, caring economy

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    The Triangle of the Human Economy: Household- Cultivation- Industrial Production An Attempt at Making Visible the Human Economy in Toto

    Pietilä, Hilkka. 1997. “The Triangle of the Human Economy: Household - Cultivation - Industrial Production An Attempt at Making Visible the Human Economy in Toto.” Ecological Economics 20 (2): 113–27.

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    Topics: Economies, Care Economies, Ecological Economics, Environment, Gender, Women, Households Keywords: women's work, gender and economics, cultivation economy, alternative economics, new theory of economics, economy versus ecology, the human economy, unpaid work and production, household as basic economy

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    Toward a Sustaining Production Theory

    O’Hara, Sabine U. 1997. “Toward a Sustaining Production Theory.” Ecological Economics 20 (2): 141–54.

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    Topics: Economies, Ecological Economics, Informal Economies, Environment, Gender, Women, Gender Roles Keywords: production theory, sustainability, ecosystem services, social sustainability, flow/ fund factors, feminist theory

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