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Harvesting feminist knowledge for public policy : rebuilding progress / edited by Devaki Jain, Diane Elson.
Contributor(s): Jain, Devaki | Elson, Diane.Material type: BookPublisher: New Delhi Ottawa SAGE, IDRC 2011Description: xlvi, 347 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.ISBN: 9788132107415 (hbk. : alk. paper).Subject(s): Women in development | Feminism | Social policy | Economic policyDDC classification: 320.6082 HAR Online resources: Table of contents
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
1.Economics for a Post-crisis World: Putting Social Justice First / Diane Elson
2."Rebooting" Is Not an Option: Toward Equitable Social and Economic Development / Stephanie Seguino
3.Questioning Economic Success through the Lens of Hunger / Devaki Jain
4.Globalization, Labor, and Women's Work: Critical Challenges for a Post-Neoliberal World / Lourdes Beneria
5.Removing the Cloak of Invisibility: Integrating Unpaid Household Services in the Philippines' Economic Accounts / Solita Collas-Monsod
6.Poor Women Organizing for Economic Justice / Renana Jhabvala
7.Gender Dimensions of the World of Work in a Globalized Economy / Naoko Otobe
8.Gender, Global Crises, and Climate Change / Sarah Gammage
9.The Cost of the Commoditization of Food and Water for Women / Yassine Fall
10.Modernity, Technology, and the Progress of Women in Japan: Problems and Prospects / Hiroko Hara
Contents note continued: 11.Equity in Post-crisis China: A Feminist Political Economy Perspective / Lanyan Chen
12.Cuban Development Alternatives to Market-driven Economies: A Gendered Case Study on Women's Employment / Marta Nunez Sarmiento
13.Challenges for African Feminism in the Contemporary Moment / Patricia McFadden
14."Progressive Masculinities": Oxymoron or Achievable? / Jael Silliman.