SOAS Economics Professor Ben Fine discusses why there is no discipline that is more ready for decolonizing than economics.
16th World Congress of the Association for Social Economics Putting the Social Back into Economics Colorado State University Fort Collins, Colorado June 11-13, 2018 Social economics studies the ethical & social causes, as well as the ethical & social consequences, of economic behavior, institutions, organizations, theory, and policy. The 16th World Congress in Social Economics … More Call for papers: Putting the Social Back into Economics
By Paul Davidson. From Palgrave: Davidson explains the importance of the market economy, and unveils how and why global financial crises occur when the liquidity of financial assets traded in the market, suddenly collapse. 70 years after Keynes’ death, in another era of financial crisis and economic slump, Keynes’ ideas have made a comeback within … More New Book: Who’s Afraid of John Maynard Keynes? Challenging Economic Governance in an Age of Growing Inequality
By J.E. King, This entry begins by setting out the core ideas of Karl Marx (1818–83), with particular reference to the theory of historical materialism and its application to the capitalist mode of production. Marx’s theory of value and distribution receives detailed attention, followed by his models of capital accumulation and economic crisis. Then the … More On Marxian Economics
All articles in this special issue are available open access to the public until 11/25/2017. Introduction Crisis in the European Union: Introduction to the Special Issue Brigitte Bechtold, Davide Gualerzi, Dorene Isenberg, Paddy Quick First Published September 25, 2017; pp. 337–342 Articles Intra-eurozone Payments Imbalances: Implications for the TARGET2 Payments System Bill Lucarelli First Published July 17, 2017; pp. … More RRPE Volume 49, Issue 3: Crisis in the European Union (Open Access)
The Editorial Board of the Review of Radical Political Economics votes on the award recipient. The award is given in summer/fall for the Best Paper published in the previous volume year. This year there was a tie for these two papers published in the 2016 volume year: Hyeng-Joon Park, “Korea’s Post-1997 Restructuring: An Analysis of … More RRPE Best Paper Award for 2016
The Review of Political Economy invites contributions that explore the many relationships between economics and sociology. These two social sciences share common goals and methods, as well as common roots. Many well-known economists (Schumpeter, Walras and Pareto) and many well-known sociologists (Durkheim, Weber) have claimed that these disciplines need to cooperate with each other in … More Call For Papers: Symposium on Economics and Sociology – Towards new approaches in heterodoxy