State Feminism, Women's Movements, and Job Training
Making Democracies Work in the Global Economy
Edited by Amy Mazur
Routledge – 2002 – 396 pages
Drawing from the work of internationally renowned scholars from the Research Network on Gender, Politics and the State (RNGS), this study offers in-depth analysis of the relationship between state feminism, women's movements and public policy and places them within a comparative theoretical framework. Spain, France, Italy, Germany, Finland, Austria, Belgium, Canada, and the U.S. are all discussed individually.