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Scandalous economics.

Author: Hozic And True.
Publisher: [Place of publication not identified] : Oxford Univ Press, 2015.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English
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While feminist economists and movements such as Occupy Wall Street have pointed to the distributional inequalities that are an effect of financial deregulation, scholars haven't really grappled with  Read more...

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Hozic And True.
ISBN: 0190204230 9780190204235
OCLC Number: 946056608
Contents: AcknowledgmentsAbout the ContributorsI. Scandalous Gendering Chapter 1: Making Feminist Sense of the Global Financial Crisis Aida Hozic and Jacqui True Chapter 2: Lehman Brothers and Sisters: Revisiting Gender and After the Financial Crisis Elisabeth Prugl Chapter 3: The Global Financial Crisis' Silver Bullet: Women Leaders and Leaning-In Jacqui True Chapter 4: Finance, Financialization and the Production of Gender Adrienne Roberts II. Scandalous Obfuscations Chapter 5: Broken Britain: Post-Crisis Austerity and the Trouble with the Troubled Families Program Daniela Tepe-Belfrage and Johnna Montgomerie Chapter 6: Constitutionalizing Austerity, Disciplining the Household - Masculine Norms of Competitiveness and the Crisis of Social Reproduction in the Eurozone Ian Bruff and Stefanie Wohl Chapter 7: Whose Crisis? Whose Recovery? Lessons Learnt (and Not) from the Asian Crisis Juanita Elias Chapter 8: "To double oppression, double rebellion": Women, Capital and Crisis in 'Post-neoliberal' Latin America Guillermina Seri III. Scandalous Sex Chapter 9: Exploits and Exploitations: A Micro and Macro Analysis of the 'DSK Affair' Celeste Montoya Chapter 10: We, Neoliberals Aida HozicChapter 11: Gender, Finance and Embodiments of Crisis Penny Griffin IV. Scandalizing Reimaginings Chapter 12: Global Raciality of Capitalism and 'Primitive' Accumulation: (Un) Making the Death Limit Anna Agathangelou Chapter 13: Towards a Queer Political Economy of Crisis Nicola Smith Chapter 14: Self-Reproducing Movements and the Enduring Challenge of Materialist Feminism Wanda Vrasti Afterword: Gendering the Crisis Marieke De Goede References Index

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Over the past decade, the global financial crisis has been forgotten. Crucial questions regarding subjects, bodies, and practices have been displaced by bloodless macroeconomic and theoretical Read more...

 
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