Contributors. Acknowledgements. Introduction by the Editors. Part 1: A Feminist Reading of Economic Thinking. 1.1: Adam Smith, Exchange, Deception and Women. 1.1.1. Adam Smith and Feminist Perspective on Exchange; C. Gerschlager. 1.1.2. On Adam Smith and Gender Construction; M. Mokre. 1.1.3. Feminism and the Economics of Deception: An Examination of Adam Smith's 'Spirit of the System'; J. Nelson. 1.1.4. Some Ear-picking Comments on Adam Smith, Feminism and Deception; S.H. Heap. 1.2: The World of Economists/Economic Exchange: From the Old Testament to Gary Becker. 1.2.1. The Political Economy of the Divine; S. Feiner. 1.2.2. Dependency and Denial in Conceptualizations of Economic Exchange; E. Kuiper. 1.2.3. The Need of an Intergender Contract in Overlapping Generations (OLG) Models; D.A. Behrens, et al. 1.2.4. On Dependency, Caring and Criticism; R. Sturn. Part 2: (Self-)Deception and Female Careers. Two Case Studies. 2.2. Between 'Gifts' and 'Commodities': An Anthropological Approach to the Austrian Academic Field; H. Nöbauer. 2.3. Exchange, Deception and Disillusionment - Some Considerations on Women in the Arts and Media in Austria; E. Mayerhofer. Part 3: Methodological Considerations. 3.1. Symmetry in Feminist Economics; E.-M. Sent. Authors Index. Subject Index.
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