Nandini

The Womenomics article was probably the most badly written/edited article. It was just the same lines parrotted over and over again.

Look at this:
Para 3 :It looked at the increasing purchasing and physical power of women on the economic and cultural front, which has been labelled 'womenomics'.

Para 4:A phrase initially coined by the Economist, womenomics refers to the increasing purchasing and physical power of women on the economic and cultural front.

Para 10:"Women have traditionally done most of the household shopping, but now they have more money of their own to spend."

Last Para :"Women have traditionally done most of the household shopping, but now they have more money of their own to spend."

Also, as an econimics blog should you be recommending articles like this with no facts (numbers) to substantiate the claims

zoe

I hope "womenomics" doesn't catch on. The word "womenomy" is just awkward.

Karen

What, was "Feconomics" taken?

Yikes that's a horridly hard word to mentally pronounce.

Adam

I wouldn't take anything the Daily Mail publishes too seriously, to be honest. They're something like a British version of the National Enquirer. As a British person, I'm far more acquainted with them than I'd like to be, and they do talk a load of old nonsense.

Nandini

The Womenomics article was probably the most badly written/edited article. It was just the same lines parrotted over and over again.

Look at this:
Para 3 :It looked at the increasing purchasing and physical power of women on the economic and cultural front, which has been labelled 'womenomics'.

Para 4:A phrase initially coined by the Economist, womenomics refers to the increasing purchasing and physical power of women on the economic and cultural front.

Para 10:"Women have traditionally done most of the household shopping, but now they have more money of their own to spend."

Last Para :"Women have traditionally done most of the household shopping, but now they have more money of their own to spend."

Also, as an econimics blog should you be recommending articles like this with no facts (numbers) to substantiate the claims

zoe

I hope "womenomics" doesn't catch on. The word "womenomy" is just awkward.

Karen

What, was "Feconomics" taken?

Yikes that's a horridly hard word to mentally pronounce.

Adam

I wouldn't take anything the Daily Mail publishes too seriously, to be honest. They're something like a British version of the National Enquirer. As a British person, I'm far more acquainted with them than I'd like to be, and they do talk a load of old nonsense.