Contributions to female economic thought have come from prolific scholars, leading social reformers, economic journalists and government officials along with many women who contributed only one or two works to the field. It is perhaps for this reason that a comprehensive bibliographic collection has failed to appear, until now. This book presents the most comprehensive collection to date of references to writing by women on economics from the 1770s to 1940. It includes thousands of contributions to economic literature from more than 1,700 women; most were British or American, but many other countries are also represented. This bibliography serves as a major reference work for systematic inquiry into questions concerning gender and the history of economic thought. This volume is a valuable resource for exploring a broad range of questions about gender and economics. It will interest researchers on women's contributions to economic thought, the sociology of economics, the lives of female social scientists and activist-authors, and the histories of labor, feminism, and social reform.