This study moves from a historical perspective; the criticism and emergence of feminist economics, and the story of free and low-wage working women, termed as "other economics," is pushed into an edge in capitalism, and the production and reproduction of the material conditions of life are shaped in the context of more exploitative-production-dominance relations. The first women's movement that emerged in the 1400s based on different schools turned day by day into multi-voice feminist schools. Feminist economists both in classical and neoclassical theories of economics; criticize the disappearance of women. Although Marx and Keynes criticized capitalism hard, they were male-centered in crisis models. Thus, in Marks and Keynes thought models, the differences between economics and "other economics" relations cannot be adequately analyzed.
Marks, Keynes, Feminist Economics, Neoclassical, Other Economics