Onsider and attempt to explain the contrast between the advancement of policies for gender equality and continuing gender economic injustice.

you might find these articles relevant
Elson, D. (2002) Gender Justice, Human Rights and Neo-Liberal Policies, in M. Molyneux and
S. Razavi, Gender Justice, Development and Rights, Oxford: Oxford University Press: pp 78-
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Patel, R., Balakrishnan, R. and Narayan, U. (2007) Transgressing Rights: La Via Campesinas
Call for Food Sovereignty / Exploring Collaborations: Heterodox Economics and an
Economic Social Rights Framework, Feminist Economics 13 (1): 87  116
Sen, A. (2003) Continuing the Conversation, Feminist Economics 9(2  3): 319  332 [See
section on the capabilities perspective below]
Recommended Reading:
Balakrishnan, R., and Elson, D. (2008) Auditing Economic Policy in the Light of Obligations
on Economic and Social Rights, Human Rights Review, 5(1): 1 19
Budlender, D. (2006) Expectations versus Realities in Gender-Responsive Budget Initiatives,
in Razavi, S and Hassim , S. (eds) Gender and Social Policy in a Global Context: Uncovering
the Gendered Structure of the Social, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan and the United
Nations Research Institute for Social Development Ch. 15 HV1444 G33
Staveren, van I. (2008) The Gender Bias of The Poverty Reduction Strategy Framework
Review of International Political Economy, 15 (2): 289-313
[NB The Recommended list is short owing to the structured further reading].

Fraser, N. (1997) Justice Interruptus: Critical Reflections on the PostsocialistCondition.
London: Routledge Ch 2 JC578 F84
Himmelweit, S. (2007) The Prospects for Caring: Economic Theory and Policy Analysis,
Cambridge Journal of Economics 31 (4): 581-599
Isaksen, L., Uma Dev, S. and Hochschild, A. (2008) Global Care Crisis. A Problem of Capital,
Care Chain, or Commons? American Behavioural Scientist 52 (3):405-425
Recommended Reading:
Beneria, L. (2008) The Crisis of Care, International Migration, and Public Policy, Feminist
Economics, 14 (3): 1-21
Brandth, B. and Kvande, E. (2009) Gender or Gender-Neutral Care Politics for Fathers? The
Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, 624 (1):177-189
Epstein, C. (2006)  Border Crossings: The Constraints of Time Norms in Transgressions of
Gender and Professional Roles , in Epstein, C and Kalleberg, A. (eds), Fighting for Time.
Shifting boundaries of work and social life ,New York: Russell Sage Foundation, pp. 317-340
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Folbre, N. and Nelson, J. (2000)  For Love or Money  or Both? , Journal of Economic
Perspectives 14 (4):123-140.
Hardt, M. (1999) Affective Labor, Boundary 2, 26 (2):89-100
Ong, A. (2007) A Biocartography: Maids, Neoslavery and NGOs, in Neoliberalism as
Exception: Mutations in Citizenship and Sovereignty, Durham: Duke University Press, Ch.9
JC327 O51 [Contrast with Joan Tronto and Rachel Parrenas]
Parrenas, R. (2005) Long Distance Intimacy: Class, Gender and Intergenerational
Relations Between Mothers and Children in Filipino Transnational Families, Global
Networks-a Journal of Transnational Affairs 5 (4):317-333
Tronto, J (2002) The  Nanny Question in Feminism, Hypatia 17 (2): 34-51