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      Feminist Economics: Theoretical and Political Dimensions : Feminist Economics

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                Journal
                American Journal of Economics and Sociology
                Am J Econ Sociol
                Wiley
                00029246
                January 2019
                January 2019
                January 23 2019
                : 78
                : 1
                : 137-166
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                10.1111/ajes.12264
                c62a63c4-4808-4b51-a0c7-d3f55a1fb1c3
                © 2019

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