Women in Economics
The following sources are recommended by a professor whose research specialty is women economists.
· Blaug, M. editor, Who's Who in Economics (Third Edition), Edward Elgar, 1999.
· Cicarelli, J., and Cicarelli, J., Women in Economics: A Bio-Bibliographical Sourcebook, Greenwood Press, 2003.
· Dimand, R.W., Dimand, M.A., and Forget, E.L., editors, A Biographical Dictionary of Women Economists, Edward Elgar, 2000.
· Eatwell, J., Milgate, M., and Newman, P., editors, A New Palgrave: A Dictionary of Economics, Grove's Dictionaries, 2002.
· Olson, P.I., and Emani, Z., editors, Engendering Economics: Conversations with Women Economists in the United States, Routledge, 2002.
· Committee on the Status of Women in the Economics Profession of the American Economics Association, CSWEP Annual Reports, 1997-present; American Economic Review, each May issue, 1973-present. http://www.cswep.org/pub.htm
· "Catch-up for Calculating Women," Time, January 8, 1979: 45-46.
· Committee on the Status of Women in the Economics Profession. http://www.cswep.org/
· Rodgers, Y.V.D.M., and Colley, J.C., "Outstanding Female Economists in the Analysis and Practice of Development Economics," World Development, 27(8), August, 1999: 1397-1411.
· Shackleton, J.R., "Why Don't Women Feature in the History of Economics?" Economics, (24), Autumn, 1988: 123-26.
· Smith, A.M., "Clinton's Top Women: Who Are They, How They Got There, What They're Like," Executive Female, (16), March/April, 1993: 38-43.
· Thomson, D.L., Adam Smith's Daughters, Exposition Press, 1973.
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