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Volume 20, Number 3, July 2014
Diana Strassmann and Günseli Berik, Editors
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 »
The deprivations of voice and agency that characterize the lives of women and girls in much of the world typically result from adverse social norms, often compounded by poverty and other sources of socio-economic disadvantage, as well as by legal discrimination.
An urgent policy agenda is needed, beginning with tackling discriminatory laws and extending to policies to expand economic opportunities, social protection, and education. ...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. Follow @FeministEcon
Please click here to read the In Memoriam and see the Facebook page for more links to remembrances.
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.