Brief Reading List on Feminist Economics Methodology and Caring Labor:

Austen, Siobhan and Therese Jefferson. 2006. "Comparing Responses to Critical Realism." Journal of Economic Methodology 13(2): 257-82.

Austen, Siobhan, Therese Jefferson, and Vicki Thein. 2003. "Gendered Social Indicators and Grounded Theory." Feminist Economics 9(1): 1-18.

**Barker, Drucilla K. and Edith Kuiper eds. 2003. Toward a Feminist Philosophy of Economics. London: Routledge. (See especially Part IV on caring labor).

**Barker, Drucilla  K. and Susan F. Feiner. 2004. Liberating Economics: Feminist Perspectives on Families, Work, and Globalization. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press.

Berik, Gunseli. 1997. "The Need for Crossing the Method Boundaries in Economics Research." Feminist Economics 3(2): 121-25.

Esim, Simel. 1997. "Can Feminist Methodology Reduce Power Hierarchies in Research Settings?" Feminist Economics 3(2): 137-39.

Ferber, Marianne A. and Julie A. Nelson. 1993. "Introduction: The Social Construction of Economics and the Social Construction of Gender," in . Marianne Ferber and Julie Nelson (eds.) Beyond Economic Man: Feminist Theory and Economics, Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

**Figart, Deborah M. 2005. “Gender as More Than a Dummy Variable: Feminist Approaches to Discrimination.” Review of Social Economy 63(3): 509-536.

**Folbre, Nancy. 1994. Who pays for the kids? : gender and the structure of constraint. London ; New York: Routledge.

**Folbre, Nancy.  2003. “Holding Hands at Midnight” in Barker and Kuiper (see above.)

Hewitson, Gillian J. 1999. Feminist Economics: Interrogating the Masculinity of Rational Economic Man. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar.

**Himmelweit, Susan. 1995. "The Discovery of "Unpaid Work": The Social Consequences of the Expansion of Work." Feminist Economics 1(2): 1-19.

**Himmelweit, Susan. 2003. “An Evolutionary Approach to Feminist Economics:  Two Different Models of Caring,” in Barker and Kuiper (see above). 

**Himmelweit, Susan ed. 2000. Inside the Household: from Labour to Care. New York: St. Martin's Press.

Kim, Marlene. 1997. "Poor Women Survey Poor Women: Feminist Perspectives in Survey Research." Feminist Economics 3(2): 99-117.

Kuiper, Edith, Jolande Sap, Susan Feiner, Notburga Ott, and Zafiris Tzannatos eds. 1995. Out of the Margin: Feminist Perspectives on Economics. London ; New York: Routledge.

MacDonald, Martha. 1995. "Feminist Economics: From Theory to Research." Canadian Journal of Economics 28(1): 159-76.

Nelson, Julie A. 2001. "Economic Methodology and Feminist Critiques." Journal of Economic Methodology 8(1): 93-97.

**Nelson, Julie A. 2003. "Confronting the Science/Value Split: Notes on Feminist Economics, Institutionalism, Pragmatism and Process Thought." Cambridge Journal of Economics 27(1): 49-64.

**Nelson, Julie A. 1996. Feminism, objectivity and economics. London ; New York: Routledge.

O'Hara, Sabine U. 1999. "Economics, Ecology, And Quality Of Life: Who Evaluates?" Feminist Economics 5(2): 83-89.

Olmsted, Jennifer C. 1997. "Telling Palestinian Women's Economic Stories." Feminist Economics 3(2): 141-51.

**Power, Marilyn. 2004. "Social Provisioning as a Starting Point for Feminist Economics." Feminist Economics 10(3): 3-19.

Pujol, Michele. 1997. "Explorations - Introduction: Broadening Economic Data and Methods." Feminist Economics 3(2): 119-20.

**Robeyns, Ingrid. 2000. “Is There a Feminist Economic Methodology?”

Waller, William. 1999. "Institutional Economics, Feminism, and Overdetermination." Journal of Economic Issues 33(4): 835-44.

Waller, William and Ann Jennings. 1990. "On the Possibility of a Feminist Economics: The Convergence of Institutional and Feminist Methodology." Journal of Economic Issues 24(2): 613-22.

Wismer, Susan. 1999. "From The Ground Up: Quality Of Life Indicators And Sustainable Community Development." Feminist Economics 5(2): 109-14.


Other Readings on Gender:

Alsop, Rachel, Annette Fitzsimons, and Kathleen Lennon. 2002. Theorizing Gender. Oxford, UK: Polity.

West, Candace and Don H. Zimmerman. 2002. "Doing Gender," in Doing Gender, Doing Difference: Inequality, Power, and Institutional Change, pp. 3-23. London: Routledge.