Feminist Comparative Policy

@inproceedings{Mazur2006FeministCP,
  title={Feminist Comparative Policy},
  author={Amy G. Mazur},
  year={2006}
}
This article maps out a new area of policy studies, Feminist Comparative Policy (FCP), which seeks to answer the highly complex questions of if, how, and why contemporary, Western, post-industrial democracies are feminist by focusing on the interface between gender politics and the state. The analysis first examines the approach and core concepts of FCP and then turns to a discussion of the people, infrastructure, and projects that comprise this distinct area of research.