Readings on Feminist Economics

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A search of the database created by the Open Syllabus Project shows assigned readings on Feminist Economics.

  • If Women Counted : A New Feminist Economics, Waring, Marilyn, 1952
  • Liberating Economics : Feminist Perspectives on Families, Work, and Globalization, Barker, Drucilla K., 1949
  • Feminist Economics : Interrogating the Masculinity of Rational Economic Man, Hewitson, Gillian J., 1961
  • Rethinking Economics Through a Feminist Lens, Strober, Myra H., The American Economic Review
  • Confronting the Science/Value Split: Notes on Feminist Economics, Institutionalism, Pragmatism and Process Thought, Nelson, Julie A., Cambridge Journal of Economics
  • What Is Feminist Economics All About, Nelson, Julie, Challenge
  • Feminist Thought and Economics; Or, What Do the Visigoths Know, Strassmann, Diana L., The American Economic Review
  • The Feminist Challenge to Neoclassical Economics, Woolley, Frances R., Cambridge Journal of Economics
  • Sex and Skill: Notes Towards a Feminist Economics, Phillips, Anne, Taylor, Barbara, Feminist Review
  • Feminist Economics: From Theory to Research, Macdonald, Martha, The Canadian Journal of Economics / Revue Canadienne d'Economique
  • The Study of Economics: A Feminist Critique, Ferber, Marianne A., The American Economic Review
  • Sexual Economyths : Conceiving a Feminist Economics, Beasley, Chris
  • Market, State, and Feminism : The Economics of Feminist Policy, Dawson, Graham, 1946 September 18
  • Women and Economics : A New Zealand Feminist Perspective, Hyman, Prue

(Thanks to Barbara Hopkins, Ph.D., Wright State University, for the idea to perform this search.)