In response to Stephen Marglin's call for new economies, the article points to the strong and vibrant tradition of feminist scholarship inside and outside academe, which is exploring alternatives to capitalism. The article takes up the concepts of meshworks, politics of place, feminist political ecology and community economies. It argues that feminist approaches are contributing to a new analytic that goes beyond developmentalism and recognises the importance of building a new economics based on the many progressive alternatives that are being imagined and articulated in local economic practices.

A13, Alternatives, decoloniality, ecology, gender, J16, local economies, O10, R58
dx.doi.org/10.1177/1035304614559172, hdl.handle.net/1765/88916
The Economic and Labour Relations Review
Erasmus University Rotterdam

Harcourt, W. (2014). A feminist response to Stephen Marglin's Premises for a New Economy. In The Economic and Labour Relations Review (Vol. 25, pp. 603–611). doi:10.1177/1035304614559172