Susan F. Feiner earned her PhD in economics at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst. An invited visiting professor at the University of Athens, Greece, the University of South Australia, and the University of Amsterdam, she is internationally recognized as one of the original contributors to the new field of feminist economics. Her book, with Professor Drucilla Barker, Liberating Economics: feminist perspectives on families, work and globalization was recognized as an “outstanding academic title.” She’s published widely in formal economics journals and is now focusing on economic journalism to promote social change. She writes for Women’s Enews, MS. Magazine, The Women’s Review of Books, On the Issues, as well as a monthly Insight column for the Maine Sunday Telegraph.
Once Upon a Fiscal Cliff
The deficit hawks appear to love fairy tales; here's one based in reality