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Elisabeth Klatzer & Christa Schlager

In: The SAGE Handbook of Feminist Theory

Chapter 28: Feminist Perspectives on Macroeconomics: Reconfiguration of Power Structures and Erosion of Gender Equality Through the New Economic Governance Regime in the European Union

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Feminist Perspectives on Macroeconomics: Reconfiguration of Power Structures and Erosion of Gender Equality Through the New Economic Governance Regime in the European Union
Feminist perspectives on macroeconomics: Reconfiguration of power structures and erosion of gender equality through the new economic governance regime in the European Union
ElisabethKlatzer and ChristaSchlager
Introduction

Feminist work in macroeconomics and macro-economic policies is a core field of feminist economics and the research on gendered impacts of macroeconomic policies and feminist conceptualization of macroeconomics has a long history. Contributions by Isabella Bakker (1994) conceptualizing the ‘strategic silence’ in economics regarding gender issues provide both a stocktaking of early work as well as an outline of a broad research agenda. Especially neo-liberal structural adjustment programmes and policies in the global South promoted during the 1980s ...

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