Gender Inequality in Postcapitalism: Theorizing Institutions for a Democratic Socialism
In this paper, I explore the implications for gender equality of building democratic institutions in workplaces and democratic planning in the economy. I review proposals for postcapitalism and consider whether those institutional innovations are likely to address three aspects of gender equality: discrimination and harassment at work, adequate provision for care work, and social control over consumer decisions. I propose three areas for developing competency at democratic decision making that could improve gender equity.
Hopkins, B. E.
(2018). Gender Inequality in Postcapitalism: Theorizing Institutions for a Democratic Socialism. Review of Radical Political Economics, 50 (4), 668-674.