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From the collection: s Learn Economics at Home, Gender Economics


From the collections Learn Economics at Home, Gender Economics

According to Colorado State Professor Elissa Braunstein, when it comes to labor, macroeconomics has a bad habit of misunderstanding and even misrepresenting labor. As a result, we see increased gender conflict and structural inequalities in the labor force. Braunstein describes her work to better understand—and improve—the relationships between economic growth, social reproduction and gender.

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