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Who's Counting? Marilyn Waring on Sex, Lies and Global Economics (1995)

Marilyn Waring discusses the intersection between feminism and economics.

Director:

Terre Nash

Writers:

Terre Nash, Marilyn Waring (book)
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Credited cast:
Marilyn Waring Marilyn Waring ... Herself
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
John Kenneth Galbraith John Kenneth Galbraith ... Himself
Cinthy Kalye Cinthy Kalye ... Herself
Hope O'Regan Hope O'Regan ... Herself
Gloria Steinem ... Herself
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Marilyn Waring discusses the intersection between feminism and economics.

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Country:

Canada

Language:

French | English

Release Date:

22 October 1995 (New Zealand) See more »

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Who's Counting See more »

Filming Locations:

Canada See more »

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Stereo

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Connections

Edited into Marilyn Waring on the Environment, Show Three (1996) See more »

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a wonderful primer on globalization and trade agreements
11 February 2016 | by hawwalkerSee all my reviews

I didn't understand NAFTA until it was too late. Don't be caught with your drawers down with the TPP (TransPacific Partnership). This little gem is a good primer and Marilyn Waring is one of my heroes now!

I have classes in International Development and Women's Studies. It is always very warmly received.

Waring is a not only a national treasure for New Zealand but a human World Heritage Site!

Waring knuckled under and dug the facts. She not only challenged the male supremacy of the New Zealand Legislature but the entire world order.

Gross Domestic Product equations, used by the World Bank and major world governments, are traced historically to their origins and broken down into simple basic math by demonstrating the actual ergonomics of just who and what counts in this world or more importantly, who and what doesn't!

10/10!!! Gripping effects of world trade agreements are


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