The Diverse Economy: Feminism, Capitalocentrism, and Postcapitalist Futures (2018)
EditorsElias JRoberts A
CitationMcKinnon K,Dombroski KF,Morrow O (2018). The Diverse Economy: Feminism, Capitalocentrism, and Postcapitalist Futures. In Elias J, Roberts A (Ed.), Handbook on the International Political Economy of Gender.: 335-350. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.
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ANZSRC Fields of Research44 - Human society::4406 - Human geography::440603 - Economic geography
44 - Human society::4405 - Gender studies::440503 - Feminist theory
38 - Economics::3899 - Other economics::389903 - Heterodox economics
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