Feminist Economics

Papers
(The TQCC of Feminist Economics is 7. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-05-01 to 2024-05-01.)
ArticleCitations
Feminist Economic Perspectives on the COVID-19 Pandemic109
Working and Caring at Home: Gender Differences in the Effects of Covid-19 on Paid and Unpaid Labor in Australia103
Hidden Abodes in Plain Sight: the Social Reproduction of Households and Labor in the COVID-19 Pandemic51
Leading the Fight Against the Pandemic: Does Gender Really Matter?50
The Early Impact of Covid-19 on Job Losses among Black Women in the United States42
Transformations in the Gender Gaps in Paid and Unpaid Work During the COVID-19 Pandemic: Findings from Turkey42
Gendered Impacts of COVID-19 in Asia and the Pacific: Early Evidence on Deepening Socioeconomic Inequalities in Paid and Unpaid Work42
Essential Workers and Care Penalties in the United States37
Don't Let Another Crisis Go to Waste: The COVID-19 Pandemic and the Imperative for a Paradigm shift34
Precarity in a Time of Uncertainty: Gendered Employment Patterns during the Covid-19 Lockdown in India34
COVID-19 and the Pivotal role of Grandparents: Childcare and income Support in the UK and South Africa32
Social Norms and Gender Differences in Labor Force Participation in China31
Measuring Time Use in Developing Country Agriculture: Evidence from Bangladesh and Uganda30
Commoning Care: Feminist Degrowth Visions for a Socio-Ecological Transformation28
Equality in Confinement: Nonnormative Divisions of Labor in Spanish Dual-Earner Families During the Covid-19 Lockdown27
Explaining Gender Gaps in the South Korean Labor Market During the COVID-19 Pandemic25
The Labor Productivity Gap between Formal Businesses Run by Women and Men24
To Return or Stay? The Gendered Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Migrant Workers in China22
A Care-Led Recovery From Covid-19: Investing in High-Quality Care to Stimulate And Rebalance The Economy20
Human Mobility, COVID-19, and Policy Responses: The rights and Claims-Making of Migrant Domestic workers18
Gender, Mobility, and Covid-19: The Case of Belgium16
Returns in the Labor Market: A Nuanced View of Penalties at the Intersection of Race and Gender in the US16
The Gender Gap in COVID-19 Mortality in the United States14
Women Heads of State and Covid-19 Policy Responses14
Do Men and Women “Lockdown” Differently? Examining Panama’s Covid-19 Sex-Segregated Social Distancing Policy13
Short- and Medium-Term Effects of Informal Eldercare on Labor Market Outcomes13
The Effect of Sheltering in Place on Police Reports of Domestic Violence in the US12
Male Backlash and Female Guilt: Women’s Employment and Intimate Partner Violence in Urban India12
The Causal Impact of Women’s Age at Marriage on Domestic Violence in India11
The Impact of Marriage on Women's Employment in the Middle East and North Africa10
Feminist Institutionalism and Neoliberalism9
A Macroeconomic Analysis of the Effects of Gender Inequality, Wages, and Public Social Infrastructure: The Case of the UK9
Diffusion and Dilution: The Power and Perils of Integrating Feminist Perspectives Into Household Economics9
Pushed to the Margins and Stretched to the Limit: Experiences of Freelance Eldercare Workers During the Covid-19 Pandemic in the Netherlands7
The Gender Dimension of Occupational Exposure to Contagion in Europe7
Gender Differences in Self-Reported Stress and Health Behaviors of Doctors in Kazakhstan During COVID-197
Sugarcane Commercialization and Gender Experiences in the Zambian “Sweetest Town”7
Gender Gaps in Wages and Mortality Rates During Industrialization: The Case of Alcoy, Spain, 1860–19147
Investigating the Gender Wealth Gap Across Occupational Classes7
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