The Complexities and Potential of Theorizing Gender, Caste, Race, and Class

@article{Brewer2002TheCA,
  title={The Complexities and Potential of Theorizing Gender, Caste, Race, and Class},
  author={Rose M. Brewer and Cecilia A. Conrad and Mary Claire King},
  journal={Feminist Economics},
  year={2002},
  volume={8},
  pages={17 - 3}
}
Most economists have not yet grappled with the demands of intersectional scholarship, which recognizes the intertwined nature of gender, race, class, caste and other influences on the economic situation of individuals and groups. Among economists, feminist economists may have made the most progress and be best positioned to break further ground, though we can do better and much remains to be done. This article synthesizes the case for intersectional work, reviews the state of the economic… Expand
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