Selected references and research materials
Routledge Taylor and Francis Group 2010This compilation of writing focuses on unpaid care work, the majority of which is performed by women. Although this work has significant implications for the wellbeing of individuals, households and communities, it has been widely neglected by economists and...
BRIDGE 2009This Cutting Edge Pack from BRIDGE assesses how it might be possible to move towards a world in which individuals and society recognise and value the importance of different forms of care, but without reinforcing care work as something that only women can or...
The Political and Social Economy of Care in a Development Context: Conceptual Issues, Research Questions and Policy Options2007The dynamics of care are receiving more attention from activists, researchers and policy makers than they did 20, even 10, years ago. In part, this is because women's massive entry into the paid work force has squeezed the time previously allocated to the...
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