Out of the Margin: Feminist Perspectives on Economics
Edith Kuiper, Jolande Sap, Susan Feiner, Notburga Ott, Zafiris Tzannatos
Psychology Press, 1995 - 306 من الصفحات
Out of the Margin is the first volume to consider feminist concerns across the entire domain of economics. The book addresses the philosophical roots of 'rational economic man', power relations and conflicts of interest within the family, the limitations of relying on secondary data and the policy implications of neo-classical models.
With its range and depth of coverage this is not only an excellent introduction to the field but also indespensible for those seeking more in depth knowledge of issues of gender and economics.
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INTO THE MARGIN
A HERETICAL VIEW OF ECONOMIC GROWTH AND INCOME DISTRIBUTION
VARIETIES OF DEPRIVATION Comments on chapters by Pujol and Hutchinson
HUMAN CAPITAL AND THE GENDER EARNINGS GAP A response to feminist critiques
FERTILITY AND DIVISION OF WORK IN THE FAMILY A game theoretic model of household decisions
TOWARD A FEMINIST POSTKEYNESIAN THEORY OF INVESTMENT A consideration of the socially and emotionally constituted nature of age...
ECONOMIC THEORY AND FEMINIST THEORY Comments on chapters by Polachek Ott and Levin
THE EMPIRICAL CHALLENGES OF FEMINIST ECONOMICS The example of economic restructuring
MEASURING EQUALITY IN OPPORTUNITY 2000
TOWARD A FEMINIST ECONOMETRICS
ECONOMIC MEASUREMENT Comments on chapters by MacDonald Perrons and Redmount
EMPOWERMENT OF WOMEN
THE USE AND ABUSE OF NEOCLASSICAL THEORY IN THE POLITICAL ARENA The example of family and medical leave in the United States
WOMEN AND CHILDREN LAST A feminist redefinition of privatization and economic reform
THE ECONOMIST AS STORYTELLER What the texts reveal
READING NEOCLASSICAL ECONOMICS Toward an erotic economy of sharing
FEMINIST INTERPRETATIVE ECONOMICS Comments on chapters by Strassmann and Polanyi and Feiner
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الصفحة 15 - Sir, a woman's preaching is like a dog's walking on his hind legs. It is not done well ; but you are surprised to find it done at all.
الصفحة 15 - ... protest against, to overcome. Probably for a novelist this germ is no longer of much effect; for there have been women novelists of merit. But for painters it must still have some sting in it; and for musicians, I imagine, is even now active and poisonous in the extreme. The woman composer stands where the actress stood in the time of Shakespeare. Nick Greene, I thought, remembering the story I had made about Shakespeare's sister, said that a woman acting put him in mind of a dog dancing. Johnson...