Engendering Economics: Conversations with Women Economists in the United States Zohreh Emami

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Engendering Economics: Conversations with Women Economists in the United States  by  Zohreh Emami

Engendering Economics: Conversations with Women Economists in the United States by Zohreh Emami
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By the 1950s the percentage of all economic doctorates awarded to women had dropped to a record low of less than five percent.By presenting interviews with the female economists who received PhDs between 1950 and 1975, this book provides a richerMoreBy the 1950s the percentage of all economic doctorates awarded to women had dropped to a record low of less than five percent.By presenting interviews with the female economists who received PhDs between 1950 and 1975, this book provides a richer understanding of the sociology of the economics profession.

Their post-war experiences as family members, students and professionals, illustrate the challenges that have been faced by women, including both white and African-American women, in a white male dominated profession.Engaging and insightful, the impressive scope of philosophical perspectives, career paths, research interests, feminist inclinations, and observations about the economics profession and womens place within it, will appeal to anyone interested in economics, sociology and gender studies.



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