Post Keynesianism Meets Feminist Economics
Cambridge Journal of Economics , Volume 34 - Issue 6 p. 1123- 1144
This article explores the relationships between post-Keynesian economics and feminist economics. It distinguishes three key concepts in each tradition that recommend serious attention in the other tradition: gender, the household and unpaid work and caring as key concepts in feminist economics; uncertainty, market power and endogenous dynamics as core concepts in post-Keynesian economics. This article will show, with reference to the literature in which such cross-fertilisation has been explored already, how both traditions can be enriched from a stronger mutual engagement.
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van Staveren, I.P. (2010). Post Keynesianism Meets Feminist Economics. Cambridge Journal of Economics, 34(6), 1123–1144. doi:10.1093/cje/ben033