By Kirsten Madden, Michele Pujol, Janet Seiz
Contributions to woman monetary proposal have come from prolific students, major social reformers, financial reporters and executive officers besides many different girls who contributed just one or works to the sector. it's possibly therefore finished bibliographic assortment has didn't look, until eventually now.
This leading edge e-book brings jointly the main accomplished assortment so far of references to women’s monetary writing from the 1770s to 1940. It contains millions of contributions from greater than 1,700 ladies from the united kingdom, the united states and plenty of different nations. This bibliography is a crucial reference paintings for systematic inquiry into questions of gender and the background of monetary thought.
This quantity is a worthwhile source and may curiosity researchers on women's contributions to fiscal notion, the sociology of economics, and the lives of girl social scientists and activist-authors. With a accomplished editorial advent, it fills a long-standing hole and should be greeted warmly by means of students of the background of monetary inspiration and people interested by feminist economics.
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A Bibliography of Female Economic Thought to 1940 by Kirsten Madden, Michele Pujol, Janet Seiz