New Zealand development economist, feminist and former member of Parliament Marilyn Waring, speaking in Halifax in June 2005 at a conference on Gross National Happiness. She explains the actual practices rich nations use against the poor ones through the politics of development and trade.
Host(s): Lis Van Berkel
Featured Speakers/Guests: Marilyn Waring, once the youngest member of New Zealand’s Parliament, went on to get a PhD and write If Women Counted, the foundational book of feminist economics. She has been involved in many aspects of economic governance and now teaches public policy in New Zealand.
Credits: Recorded and produced by Lis Van Berkel; update and series editing, Frieda Werden
Comments: Updated version of a WINGS archival program – audio first recorded in 2005.