Women And Global Economic Order
The framework of this global capitalist economic order is sustained and regulated by a series of multilateral agreements whose function is to protect the interests of business over that of governments, civil society and most certainly indigenous peoples. Embedded within this new single global economy is a set of liberal European epistemologies which define human beings as economic units and the free market as a rationally operating framework within which perfect competition exists, which has its roots in the mercantilism of the earliest forms of imperialism, and which is deeply ideologically flawed. Economic liberalism and free trade are the lynch pins of the new economic order designed to carry humankind on a wave of economic triumph into the new millennium. It has been said that when women regain their rightful place within the world, wars will cease. It has also been said that women will refuse to give up their sons and daughters to war, wars will cease. Perhaps we could add that when women refuse to participate in or otherwise support power over politics, when women refuse to participate in the currently asserted global capitalist economic order and themselves begin the creation of a new order within which the traditional values of nurturance, equality, spirituality and just distribution are central, wars will cease and peace will finally begin.
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1. Analysis Global Governance --Pg. 1
2. Gender and the Making of Global Markets --Pg. 13
3. Global Governance as Neo-Liberal Governmentality --Pg. 35
4. Governing Intimacy --Pg.83
5. Gender and Macroeconomics --Pg. 125
6. Gender Mainstreaming and Regional Trade Governance in APEC --Pg. 157
7. Governing Globalisation: Feminist Engagements with International Trade Policy --Pg. 189
8. Transforming Global Governance: Challenges and Opportunities --Pg. 241
Bibliography --Pg. 301