Gendered Risks. San Diego, CA: Glasshouse Press, 2007.
This paper examines how the governance of new employer-sponsored pension arrangements in Canada mediates the relationship between gender and discourses of economic risk. It considers the role played by these pension regimes in maintaining gendered forms of financial self-governance and economic insecurity. It asks whether evolving precepts of pension regulation assist or hinder women who wish to resist the disciplinary reach of policy restructurings in the employer-based pension sector.
Condon, Mary G. "Gendered Risks of Retirement: The Legal Governance of Defined Contribution Pensions in Canada." Gendered Risks. San Diego, CA: Glasshouse Press, 2007.
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