Introduction: Exploring Feminist Ecological Economics / Gender, Development, And Sustainability From A Latin American Perspective / African Peasants And Global Gendered Class Struggle For The Commons / Ecofeminist Political Economy: Integrating Feminist Economics And Ecological Economics / Habits Of Thought, Agency, And Transformation: An Institutional Approach To Feminist Ecological Economics / The Network Vorsorgendes Wirtschaften / Engendering Organic Farming
These Explorations argue that more links between the fields of feminist ecology and feminist economics are both needed and promising, and presents new, boundary-crossing research in this area. It brings together contributions from various regions in the world that link political action and experience in practice and research in an economic theorizing that includes both environmental and feminist concerns.
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Volume (Year): 11 (2005)
Issue (Month): 3 ()
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