Friday, January 02, 2009

Thorstein Veblen's Neglected Feminism

My first peer-reviewed article, on Thorstein Veblen, which I first drafted fifteen years ago, is now available online. I couldn't bear to reread it myself, but it may amuse some of you.

The larger context here is my interest in unorthodox, post-institutionalist thinking about economics, which ties together my various writings over the years on intellectuals as otherwise different as Veblen, Clifford Geertz, Paul Rosenstein-Rodan, and Peter Drucker. It's also at the core of my interest in deviant globalization.

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