EconomicsWhat really counts? How the patriarchy of economics finally tore me apart
After ten years of writing about capitalism I saw that the erasure of women is not only palpable, it’s bound to my own flesh and bloodJane Gleeson-WhiteSat 31 Jul 2021 16.00 EDT
Last modified on Sat 31 Jul 2021 16.02 EDT
… is the economics profession a functionary and tool of patriarchy – or is patriarchy a functionary and tool of economics? – Marilyn Waring
Economically, the rupture of 2020 showed us two things: that our lives depend on care work, especially the unpaid care work still mostly done by women; and that another way is possible.
It’s timely that Covid-19 has brought women’s traditional realm, the household, into