Proposals for the Feminine Economy

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Transmuting the tensions between feminism and Capitalism, Proposals for the Feminine Economy explores how business can be a site of feminist practice.

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Transmuting the tensions between feminism and Capitalism, Proposals for the Feminine Economy gives us a roadmap forward by insisting that business can be a site of feminist practice if we embody our values, create new economies, and experiment with redistributions of power & resources.

“In 2015, I gave a talk entitled “Proposals for the Feminine Economy” outlining my holistic vision for a new economic paradigm, founded on feminine and feminist principles. Now, in 2019, I am excited to offer these ideas in book form. This pocket-sized tome captures my central thinking around business as art, feminine economics, and feminist entrepreneurship.

The book lays out seven Proposals. This first among these is Business as Art – that through that through iteration, experimentation, and innovation it is possible that we will find a way out of the dysfunction of Capitalism and into something new. 100 Ways to Make More Money offers a new vision of wealth and value by offering provocations under the auspices of how to prosper financially. Proposals for the Feminine Economy lays bare the high-value placed on masculine traits in Capitalism and presents a new vision for a feminine economic paradigm. And finally, the 12 Principles for Prototyping a Feminist Business provides a framework for bringing the ideals of the Feminine Economy into our business practices.”

– Author Jennifer Armbrust

The Proposals:

1. BUSINESS AS ART
2. THE FOURTH WAVE IS FEMININE
3. 100 WAYS TO MAKE MORE MONEY
4. THE FEMININE ECONOMY
5. FEMINIST ENTRPRENEURSHIP
6. 12 PRINCIPLES FOR PROTOTYPING A FEMINIST BUSINESS
7. MONEY FOLLOWS VALUE

5″ x 8″ softcover book.
102 pages. Full color. Offset print.
Self-published and printed in the USA.

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