This course provides students with an introduction to the ideas and analysis of Feminist Economics in relation to economic processes at macro and micro levels. It particularly emphasises the ways in which the feminist economics holistic understanding of the economy, which includes reproductive work and care, influences economic processes at macro and micro levels and profoundly influences gender roles, relations and differential wellbeing. It also explores how both the neglect and the inclusion of this broader understanding of the economy influences national and international economic policies and their outcomes in different societies and people inhabiting different social positions in these different societies.