The State, heterodoxy and the contribution of feminism

This chapter examines three issues raised by feminism —as a political philosophy of equality— and contends that feminist thought is helping to improve the quality of economics and politics. The first issue concerns the application of critical thinking to certain beliefs about the State and the market; the second is the critique of assumptions that underpin public policies; and the third addresses the implications of feminist thought for the role of the State.

Related Subject(s): Economic and Social Development
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