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Amott and Matthaei. Race, Gender and Work, more historical and interdisciplinary, is a nice supplement to Albelda, Drago, and Shulman; the Beyond Economic Man is mostly gender-focused, but the Rhonda Williams comment in the first edition and the Charusheela and Zein-Elabdin in the second ed. bring in other aspects of identity.

 

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Unlevel Playing Fields by Albelda and Drago might work. http://www.dollarsandsense.org/bookstore/infounlevel.html

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Oooh, that's very good, thank you! I had not found that!

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On Wed, Oct 7, 2020 at 9:44 AM Lynne Chester <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

Hi John

D-ECON are putting together some very interesting lists which you might find useful: https://d-econ.org/

Best, Lynne

 

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Dear All,

 

Dawn Elliott and I are hoping to put together an econ course focusing on gender, race, and ethnicity, and I wondered if an actual (non-Neoclassical) text exists? If not, we can piece stuff together from readings, but it would be nice to have a core volume for the course. My Google searches so far have not dug up much of use.

 

Thanks and stay healthy!

 

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