Towards A Gendered Political Economy by J. CookTowards A Gendered Political Economy by J. Cook

Towards A Gendered Political Economy

byJ. CookEditorJ. Roberts, G. Waylen

Paperback | April 17, 2000

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This collection sets out how a gendered approach to political economy can help us understand the inherently gendered structures that characterise our society, and provide the foundation for a truly interdisciplinary social science. It provides a comprehensive coverage of gendered political economy - what it is, where it is and, perhaps more importantly, how it should develop. The twelve chapters that make up this volume combine the development of a theoretical framework with empirical examples, which illustrate the core concerns of gendered political economy.
DIANE ELSON Professor of Development Studies, University of Manchester JEAN GARDINER Senior Lecturer of Continuing Education, University of Leeds JANE HUMPHRIES Reader in Economic History and Fellow of All Souls College, Oxford RUTH LISTER Professor Social Policy, Loughborough University MAXINE POLYNEUX Senior Lecturer, Institute of La...
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Title:Towards A Gendered Political EconomyFormat:PaperbackDimensions:261 pages, 21.6 × 14 × 0.17 inPublished:April 17, 2000Publisher:Palgrave MacmillanLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0333748727

ISBN - 13:9780333748725

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Table of Contents

List of Tables and Figures Acknowledgements Notes on the Contributors Towards Gendered Political Economy; J.Cook & J.Roberts PART I Gendered Political Economy and Feminist Analysis; G.Waylen Rational Economic Families? Economics, the Family and the Economy; J.Humphries Gender and Family in the Formation of Human Capital; J.Gardiner Gender at the Macroeconomic Level; D.Elson Inclusion/Exclusion: The Janus Face of Citizenship; R.Lister PART II Comparative Perspectives on Gender and Citizenship: Latin America and the Former Socialist States; M.Molyneux Flexible Employment - Implication for a Gendered Political Economy of Citizenship; J.Cook The Restructuring of the Gendered Political Economy: Transformations in Women's Employment; S.Walby New Dimensions to Gendered Power Relations in Families; C.Smart Globalization, Gender and Migration: The Case of International Marriage in Japan; N.Piper The Political Economy of Social Reproduction: The Case of Cuba in the 1990s; R.Pearson Index