Feminist Economics is published!

Eric Nilsson enilsson at wiley.csusb.edu
Thu Jun 1 06:57:09 MDT 1995


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> The first issue of Feminist Economics was published by Routledge during the
> last week of May!  IAFFE members in good standing should receive their
> copies very soon (in 14-21 days for members in the US).  For information
> on how to join IAFFE or on how to renew your membership, please email Jean
> Shackelford at jshackel at bucknell.edu.
>
> Many thanks to all who helped with the hard work of putting this issue together!
> ___________________________________________________________
>
> Feminist Economics
> Volume 1, Issue 1
> Spring 1995
>
> Editorial
> Diana Strassmann
>
> Articles
>
> "Can Feminist Thought Make Economics More Objective?"
> Sandra Harding
>
> "Robinson Crusoe: The Quintessential Economic Man?"
> Ulla Grapard
>
> "What Difference Does Gender Make?  Rethinking Peasant Studies"
> Carmen Diana Deere
>
> "'Holding Hands at Midnight': The Paradox of Caring Labor"
> Nancy Folbre
>
> "Child Care Centers as Workplaces"
> Myra Strober, Suzanne Gerlach-Downie and Kenneth E. Yeager
>
> "Gender, Sexuality, and Sexual Orientation:  All in the Feminist Family?"
> Lee Badgett
>
> "Becker's Theory of the Family:  Preposterous Conclusions"
> Barbara Bergmann
>
> "Social/Institutional Variables and Behavior within Households: An
> Empirical Test using the Luxembourg Income Study"
> Shelley Phipps and Peter Burton
>
> "Restacking the Deck:  Family Policy and Women's Fall-Back Position in
> Germany before and after Unification"
> Lynn Duggan
>
> Explorations
>
> Introduction
> Barbara Bergmann
>
> "Do Young Women Trade Jobs for Marriage?:  A Skeptical View"
> Myra Strober
>
> "Do Not Sell Marriage Short:  Reply To Strober"
> Shoshana Grossbard-Shechtman
>
> Book Reviews
>
> Paula England, ed., Theory on Gender/Feminism on Theory;  Donna Landry and
> Gerald MacLean, Materialist Feminisms;  Janice Peterson and Doug Brown,
> eds., The Economic Status of Women under Capitalism.  Reviewed by Deborah
> M. Figart and Ellen Mutari.
>
> Barbara Einhorn, Cinderella Goes to Market;  Nanette Funk and Magda
> Mueller, eds., Gender Politics and Post-Communism;  Valentine Moghadam,
> ed., Democratic Reform and the Position of Women in Transitional Economies.
> Reviewed by Mieke Meurs.
>
> Michele A. Pujol, Feminism and Anti-Feminism in Early Economic Thought.
> Reviewed by Zohreh Emami.
>
> Notburga Ott, Intrafamily Bargaining and Household Decisions.  Reviewed by
> Anita Chaudhuri.
>
> Margaret Randall, Sandino's Daughters Revisited:  Feminism in Nicaragua.
> Reviewed by Janet M. Tanski.
>
> Information and Announcements
> Jean Shackelford
>
> ___________________________________________________________________
>
> Feminist Economics, the official journal of the International Association
> for Feminist Economics (IAFFE), is an innovative new journal founded to
> provide an open forum for dialogue and debate about feminist economic
> perspectives.  The journal is published by Routledge.  For more information
> about the journal, please email Diana Strassmann, the editor, at
> dls at rice.edu.
>
> All IAFFE members in good standing will automatically receive a
> subscription to Feminist Economics.  For information on how to join IAFFE
> email Jean Shackelford at jshackel at bucknell.edu.
>
> Non IAFFE members may subscribe through the publisher, Routledge.  For a
> free sample copy, email sample.journals at routledge.com and
> give your regular mail (not email) address along with your request.
>
> _________________________________________________________________
>
> Diana Strassmann                           MS - 9
> Editor, Feminist Economics                 Rice University
> dls at rice.edu                               6100 Main St.
> (713) 527-4660 office                      Houston, TX 77005 - 1892
> (713) 285-5495 Fax                         USA
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Eric Nilsson
Department of Economics
California State University
San Bernardino, CA 92407
enilsson at wiley.csusb.edu


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