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GARNET

Network of Excellence on Global Governance,

Regionalisation and Regulation:

The Role of the EU

Bibliography

Gender in

International Political Economy

Helen Schwenken

Anna Basten


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Preface

Gender matters – in Political Economy as well as in the study of Global Governance, Regionalisation and

Regulation. Women’s and gender studies are multifaceted: some interrogate and question mainstream

approaches in political economy from a feminist and intersectional perspective, whereas others include

gender as a variable, or as a structural category, into existing models and frameworks. What the diverse

approaches have in common is that they all make the case for the importance of gender as an analytical

tool and bring forward empirical studies about men/women, gender orders and gender relations.

How gender matters can be briefly illustrated by one of the topics GARNET’s group on Gender in

International Political Economy is dealing with: The commodification and privatisation of public services,

a process that has gathered speed since the establishment of the WTO. This process is highly contested

and will have considerable impacts on gender relations. In the short run, privatization shifts the publicprivate

balance through cutbacks in state expenditure, thus changing the relation of exchange

entitlements. In the long run, privatization of public assets leads to changing resource entitlements. From

a gender perspective one question is: how is the commodification/privatization of public services linked to

the liberalization of trade and investment in services covered in the GATS, and the reconfiguration of

gender relations in different regions of the world In the bibliography you find countless such questions

and topics.

The aim of this bibliography is to share and disseminate the intellectually rich and numerous scholarship

on gender and issues at stake in the GARNET Network. More than often scholars and students are

interested in integrating a gender perspective into their engagement with political economy, governance

and regionalisation, but lack suitable texts and, frequently, they don’t have a tradition of gender studies

in these fields at their institutions. By offering an overview of recent – and some classical – publications,

we hope to stimulate further scholarship and the integration of a gendered perspective into teaching. In

the fourth update we started including non-English references.

This bibliography is organised as follows: In the first part we present all references in alphabetical order.

In order to provide references relevant to the GARNET areas of concern, the following sections are

arranged along the organisational structure of GARNET: ‘Regionalism and Regionalisation: Gender in the

European Union’; the ‘Regulatory Frameworks, Economic and Global Governance’ and ‘Key Policy Issues in

Global Governance’. As key cross-cutting issues we selected: ‘Agriculture and Food Security’, ‘Migration’

and ‘Men & Masculinities’. An extended and downloadable online version is accessible via the virtual

network of GARNET. It offers keywords as well as abstracts of most of the texts.

In order to extend the bibliography, we kindly ask for your collaboration. Further references (either in

EndNote or Word) can be sent to: garnet@uni-kassel.de

Acknowledgements

GARNET’s Virtual Network and the JERP Gender in International Political Economy allowed for the

finalization and dissemination as well as the continuous update of the bibliography. The Globalization &

Politics group at the University of Kassel offered continuous infrastructural, personal and material

support. We particularly thank Anna Basten, Benjamin Ochoo, Celestine Odo, Brigitte Young’s team, Gülay

Çağlar, Friederike Habermann, Caren Kunze and Senem Ertan for their contributions. Errors and shortcomings

remain of course the responsibility of the editors.

Kassel, December 2008

Helen Schwenken and Sarah Becklake


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Preface ........................................................................................ 2

1. Bibliography „Gender in International Political Economy“...................... 5

2. Regionalism and Regionalisation: Gender in the European Union ........... 65

3. Economic and Financial Governance & Gender.................................. 67

4. Key Policy Issues in Global Governance & Gender .............................. 70

4.1 Agriculture, Food Security & Gender..............................................70

4.2 Migration & Gender ..................................................................74

4.3 Men-Masculinities ....................................................................78

The GARNET Network of Excellence .................................................. 80

GIPE – Gender in International Political Economy .................................. 80

Imprint ...................................................................................... 80


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