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Feminist Economics has become, with remarkable speed, a leading journal in economics, vastly enriching the understanding of important economic issues.
Volume 21, Number 1, January 2015
Diana Strassmann and Günseli Berik, Editors
Travail féminin: Retour à l'ordre! L'offensive contre le travail des femmes durant la crise économique des années 1930 [Women's work: Back to order! The offensive against women's work during the economic crisis of the 1930s]
by Céline Schoeni
Feminist Economics provides an open forum for dialogue and debate about feminist economic perspectives. The journal solicits high quality contributions from a broad spectrum of intellectual traditions in economics. ...More »
Sponsored by Routledge/Taylor and Francis, publisher of Feminist Economics
In memory of Rhonda Williams, associate editor of Feminist Economics from 1994 to 1998, the International Association for Feminist Economics (IAFFE) has established a prize to help scholars from underrepresented groups in IAFFE, whose work reflects Rhonda Williams' legacy of scholarship and activism, attend the annual IAFFE conference and present a paper.
Amount: $1000 to be awarded at the IAFFE conference in Berlin, July 16-18, 2015. ...More »
The new blog, Feminist economics posts, invites conversations of current events and fast-moving global issues from a feminist perspective. Feminist Economics editors, Diana Strassmann and Günseli Berik, are the current moderators. See the introductory post for more information and join in the conversation today! Follow our Twitter account for regular blog updates, too.
Several members of the journal and IAFFE community have articles in this month's edition of the IMF's Finance and Development Magazine. Check it out here.