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Women, Gender, and Economic Crisis Revisited

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A gender perspective is brought to bear on the global financial crisis and economic recession that began in 2008, and on the social effects of the crisis. References also are made to earlier crises to highlight the role played by gender in economic relations. The article offers a critique of the economic model, forms of economic decision-making, and capitalist hyper-masculinities that generated the present crisis, and calls for new thinking and new policies predicated on welfare and caregiving.

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