Feminist economics posts


How Do Bedouin Women Fare in Israel’s Naqab/Negev?

We are opening up the Feminist economics posts blog for continued conversation on the Comment & Rejoinder by Robert Cherry and Nadera Shalhoub-Kevorkian, et al.  in the latest issue (volume 21, issue 4, Oct 2015)  of Feminist Economics. Both articles are currently FREE access to encourage further conversation. Download the comment and rejoinder by clicking […]

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IAFFE: A Home with a Garden

My life in North America began when I started writing my Ph.D. dissertation at McGill University on gender and development. McGill was the only university in Canada that admitted me – a woman from Iran, who wanted to write her thesis on Iranian women at the height of the Iran–Iraq war. However, it did not […]

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Welcome to Feminist economics posts

Welcome to Feminist economics posts, the blog of the International Association for Feminist Economics (IAFFE). Feminist economics posts brings a feminist-economics perspective to current intellectual and policy debates. Our diverse, international roster of contributors expands the reach of feminist economics beyond communities of scholars to policymakers and activists worldwide. The IAFFE blog provides a forum […]

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