RRPE: The Past, Present, & Future of Radical Economics – URPE at 50

Volume 50 Issue 3, September 2018 Introduction Introduction to the Special Issue of the Past, Present, and Future of Radical Economics: URPE at Fifty Marlene Kim First Published September 4, 2018; pp. 453–456 Abstract | | | Articles How URPE Helped This “Tenured Radical” Thrive in a Non-radical Economics Department Michael Meeropol First Published September … More RRPE: The Past, Present, & Future of Radical Economics – URPE at 50

Standard economics: 50+ years of resisting new ideas

By Lane Vanderslice, The Union for Radical Political Economics is 50 this year, and a notice has just been sent out about a 50th anniversary celebration at the University of Massachusetts .  URPE was started in 1968 because of great frustration with standard economics, which  had limited theories (neglecting power, for one thing) and confined … More Standard economics: 50+ years of resisting new ideas

CT&T: 150 years of Capital

150 years of Capital, Edited by Mike Grimshaw and Cindy Zeiher Cindy Zeiher, Mike Grimshaw, Introduction – Rethinking Marx’s Capital, Vol 1 Michael Heinrich, 150 Years of Capital-with No End in Sight. Unsystematic Remarks on a Never-ending Story Silvia Federici, Notes on Gender in Marx’s Capital Moishe Postone, The Current Crisis and the Anachronism of … More CT&T: 150 years of Capital

Capital 150: Marx’s Capital Today – King’s College

Dates of Event: 19th September 2017 – 20th September 2017 Last Booking Date for this Event: 20th September 2017 Description: 19th September: 1100-2000hrs | 20th September: 1000-1600hrs International conference sponsored by Department of European and International Studies, King’s College London, and thenextrecession.wordpress.com blog. Karl Marx published the first volume of his life work, Capital: A Critique of Political Economy, in September 1867. Together … More Capital 150: Marx’s Capital Today – King’s College