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

New Book: Value, Competition and Exploitation – Marx’s Legacy Revisited

By Jonathan F. Cogliano, Peter Flaschel, Reiner Franke, Nils Fröhlich, and Roberto Veneziani. From Edward Elgar: This book provides a comprehensive and rigorous, yet accessible, analysis of classical and Marxian price and value theory using the tools of contemporary economic analysis. The broad conceptual framework and methodology of Marx and the classical authors offers interesting … More New Book: Value, Competition and Exploitation – Marx’s Legacy Revisited

A crisis gone to waste

After the Great Depression, global capitalism underwent serious reform. Why didn’t that happen after 2008? Matias Vernengo, Professor of Economics at Bucknell University, explains how a crisis can reveal that the dominant neoliberal orthodoxy is in fact based on a shaky theoretical foundation. But for new economic thinkers to capitalize on that requires a clearly … More A crisis gone to waste

ICAPE Call For Papers: Gender, Race, Class and Crises – Pluralistic Approaches to Economic Issues of our Time

International Confederation of Associations for Pluralism in Economics (ICAPE) Call for Papers, Panels and Workshops Agnes Scott College, Atlanta, GA January 3, 2019, 7:00 AM to 5:00 PM ICAPE was founded 25 years ago (in 1993) by a group of heterodox economists committed to the idea of pluralism in economics. ICAPE’s founding occurred in the … More ICAPE Call For Papers: Gender, Race, Class and Crises – Pluralistic Approaches to Economic Issues of our Time

New Book: Economics for Sustainable Prosperity

By Steven Hail. From Palgrave Macmillan: The central argument of this book is that the foundations for sustainable prosperity lie in an approach to economic management based on modern monetary theory and a job guarantee. This approach builds on the work of Keynes, Kalecki, Minsky, Davidson, Godley and other Post- Keynesian economists—as well as research … More New Book: Economics for Sustainable Prosperity