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शुक्रवार, 26 अगस्त 2016

Men, women and work

Men, women and work
 - The ground-breaking work of the New Zealand parliamentarian, Marilyn Waring, If Women Counted (1988), was a systematic critique of systems of national accounting that discounted women's unpaid work. Waring showed how measurements of economic growth exclude women's household work as well as the value of nature from what is considered productive in the economy. Waring's radical analysis led to the United Nations redefining gross domestic product and inspired new methods of accounting in many countries. Her insights were key to the development of a feminist economics.