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This is a wonderful book that makes a strong contribution to the study of global issues. Combining the theory on the ethics of care with recent findings on the transnationalization and commodification of care work, it looks particularly at the migration of care workers from poor countries of the global South to rich ones in the global North.
- Virginia Held, author of The Ethics of Care: Personal, Political, and Global
An outstanding volume. A good deal of literature explores the topic of care, but it has been difficult to bridge a feminist ethics of care with social policy. This timely book takes on the challenge and does so deftly and with depth.
- Kate Bezanson, author of Gender, the State, and Social Reproduction: Household Insecurity in Neo-liberal Times