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Engendered Economics: Incorporating Diversity into Political Economy by William Fraher, Heather Boushey, Ellen Mutari

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About the Editors and Contributors

 

 

Ellen Mutari is a visiting scholar and assistant professor at the Labor Studies Program of Rutgers University. She has taught at the New School for Social Research and James Madison College of Michigan State University. Her research addresses the relationship between gender relations and economic restructuring, historically and contemporarily. She has published in Feminist Economics, Journal of Economic Issues, and Review of Radical Political Economics.

 

Heather Boushey is completing her doctorate in economics at the New School for Social Research. Her work is on labor market inequality and social policy. She has taught courses on labor economics and Marxian economic theory.

 

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