Gendering capital: Financial crisis, financialization and (an agenda for) economic geography

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Author(s)Pollard JS
Publication type Article
JournalProgress in Human Geography
Year2013
Volume37
Issue3
Pages403-423
ISSN (print)0309-1325
ISSN (electronic)1477-0288
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This paper argues that economic-geographical analyses of the recent financial crisis might learn from more than three decades of feminist scholarship on economic development. Feminist scholarship: (1) contributes to the ongoing project of rethinking how economic geography is conceived and practised; (2) provides some analytical resources to inform the production of more complex, less partial geographies of financialization; (3) is defined by its strong political and ethical commitments and can contribute to an economic geography better able to understand and form critical responses to the recent crisis.
PublisherSage Publications Ltd.
URLhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1177/0309132512462270
DOI10.1177/0309132512462270
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