Marilyn Waring is a feminist activist, a Professor of Public Policy and a former Director of the Reserve Bank of New Zealand. Her book Counting for Nothing ( formerly published as If Women Counted ) is a feminist economics classic. She was elected to Parliament at the age of 23 where she chaired the Public Accounts and Expenditure Committee.
Books by Marilyn Waring include 1 way 2 C the World
Published in: 50.50Whose work was the inspiration for the first nuke-free country?
New Zealand was the first country in the world to pass national nuclear-free legislation. Marilyn Waring reflects on...
Published in: 50.50Making visible the invisible: commodification is not the answer
If you are invisible as a producer in the GDP, you are invisible in the distribution of benefits in the economic...