European Journal of Economics and Economic Policies: Intervention

Forum: »Most heterodox economists still think that feminist questions relate to ›special issues‹«

Interview with Professor Diane Elson


First paragraph

You are well-known in Germany as an economist who has been also dealing with feminist issues for – compared to German scientists – a relatively long period of time, as in your article on market socialism published in 1990. How did you come across feminist subjects at such an early point in time – at least for (German) economists?

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