On feminist economics

@article{Dolfsma2003OnFE,
  title={On feminist economics},
  author={W. Dolfsma and H. Hoppe},
  journal={Feminist Review},
  year={2003},
  volume={75},
  pages={118-128}
}
abstractFeminist economics draws increasing attention from professional mainstream economists. In this paper, we discuss methodological issues, some theoretical developments – notably on the household – and issues of economic policy. We point to parallels between feminist economics and institutional economics, and argue that these relations might be strengthened to the benefit of both. 

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