Scandalous Economics

ScandalShowcasing and building on the eponymous named volume published by Oxford University Press in March 2016, this series examines silences and noises in the aftermath of the Global Financial Crisis and profound gendered and racial inequalities that are the root causes of the ongoing political, financial and moral crises. Feminist political economy perspectives aim to extend our understanding of contemporary events as well as explore alternatives to current political and economic arrangements.

Aida Hozić / Jacqui True

The contributions, below, so far include:

  • Aida Hozić and Jacqui True, ‘Sex, Lies and Financial Crises’
  • Sydney Calkin, ‘The Scandalous Economics of Abortion Access in the USA’
  • Danielle Tepe-Belfrage and Johnna Montgomerie, ‘Scandalous Blaming of the Poor: UK Austerity Politics’
  • Ian Bruff and Stefanie Wöhl, ‘Scandalous Obfuscations of Crisis in Europe’
  • Adrienne Roberts, ‘Why We Need to Look Beyond Justin Trudeau’s “Scandalous” Feminism’
  • Juanita Elias, ‘The Scandalous Economics of Crisis in Asia’
  • Jacqui True, ‘Post-Conflict Economic Reform is a Women, Peace and Security Issue’
  • Paul Cammack, ‘“Gendering the Crisis”: Scandalous Economics Reviewed’
 
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Scandalous Economics of Gender in Conflict and Post-Conflict


 
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‘Gendering the Crisis’: Scandalous Economics reviewed

 
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Post-Conflict Economic Reform is a Women, Peace and Security Issue

 
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The Scandalous Economics of Crisis in Asia


 
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Why we need to look beyond Justin Trudeau’s ‘Scandalous’ feminism


 
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Scandalous obfuscations of crisis in Europe

 
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Scandalous Blaming of the Poor: UK austerity politics

 
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The Scandalous Economics of Abortion Access in the USA


 

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