1. Experts, Idiots, and Liars: The Gender Politics of Knowledge and Expertise in Turbulent Times
  2. Rosalind Cavaghan, Teresa Kulawik
  3. pp. 643-647
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  1. Policy Debates on Pension Reform in Chile: Economists, Masculinity and the Mobilization of Strategic Ignorance
  2. Maria J. Azocar
  3. pp. 648-669
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  1. The Possibilities and Constraints for Intersectional Practice in Gender Budgeting Activism
  2. Rosalind Cavaghan
  3. pp. 670-693
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  1. Counteracting Challenges to Gender Equality in the Era of Anti-Gender Campaigns: Competing Gender Knowledges and Affective Solidarity
  2. Elżbieta Korolczuk
  3. pp. 694-717
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  1. Gender Knowledge and Gender Expertise: The Implementation of Gender Mainstreaming in Swedish State Agencies
  2. Lenita Freidenvall
  3. pp. 742-764
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  1. Political Epistemology in Gender Policy-Making: The German Democratization of Expertise
  2. Teresa Kulawik
  3. pp. 765-789
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