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Published by Routledge, an imprint of Taylor & Francis.
The Feminist Economics Journal Endowment was established to ensure the journal's long-term future as a leading forum for dialogue and debate about feminist economic concerns, which include opening new areas of economic inquiry, enlarging economic discourse, welcoming underrepresented voices, and engaging with economic issues that directly affect women’s and human well-being.
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