The Hive Community Space, 15-17 Grosvenor Road
21st March: 7.30pm – 9.00pm
Katrine Marçal’s Who Cooked Adam Smith’s Dinner? is a challenge to the gender-blind nature of mainstream economics.
With wit and careful analysis, she presents key principles in feminist economics and demonstrates how dominant economic theory has allowed us to create a global economy where women’s lives are largely invisible. Join us for a talk by Katrine and a panel discussion that will explore how we can create economic models where non-market activities are counted in and where cooperation and care are just as important as competition. The event will promote discussion on how women’s lived experiences need to be more fully embedded into our economic strategy, budgets and investment priorities.