Hokianga-Nui-A-Kupe, Photo © T.B. Dawson
MARILYN J WARING BA (Hons) VUW, DPhil (Waikato), Personal Chair Public Policy AUT
AOTEAROA, NEW ZEALAND

Counting on Marilyn Waring: New Advances in Feminist Economics

Counting on Marilyn WaringEdited by Margunn Bjørnholt, Ailsa McKay

This edited volume maps new advances in theories and practices in feminist economics and the valuation of women, care and nature since Marilyn Waring’s groundbreaking critique of the system of national accounts, Counting For Nothing/If Women Counted 1988/1989.

It features theoretical, practical and policy oriented contributions, empirical studies, and new conceptualizations, theorizations and problematizations of defining and accounting for the value of nature and unpaid household work, eco-feminism, national and international policy processes, gender budgeting, unpaid care and HIV/AIDS policy, activism and artwork, and mirrors the wide-ranging impact and resonance of Waring’s work as well as the current frontiers of feminist economics.

Margunn Bjørnholt, Marilyn Waring, & Ailsa McKay
Ailsa McKay, Marilyn Waring, &  Margunn Bjørnholt
"Counting on Marilyn Waring provides a timely reminder of the politics and economics underpinning what, how and by whom activities and outputs are valued. For those concerned with social justice and sustainable futures this important and powerful book provides an invaluable and practical insight into issues that are in need of greater visibility.”
- Winthrop Professor Alison Preston, University of Western Australia

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