Counting for Nothing 2/E

By Marilyn Waring; Gloria Steinem (Preface by)
(University of Toronto Press, Paperback, 9780802082602, 362pp.)

Publication Date: May 1999

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Description
The calculation of "national wealth" is full of bias, particularly gender bias against women. Waring's classic analysis of women's place in the world economy is brought up to date in this reprinted edition by a sizable new introduction by the author.



About the Author
Marilyn Waring is a feminist economist and public policy expert specializing in the economics of unpaid work.

Gloria Steinem (b. 1934) is an American feminist, activist, writer, and editor who has shaped debates on gender, politics, and art since the 1960s. Steinem was born in Toledo, Ohio. Cofounder of "Ms." Magazine and a founding contributor of "New York" magazine, Steinem has also published numerous bestselling nonfiction titles. Through activism, lectures, constant traveling as an organizer, and appearances in the media over time, Steinem has worked to address inequalities based on sex, race, sexuality, class, and hierarchy. She lives in New York City.
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