By Randolph Hohle. From Routledge: Racism in the Neoliberal Era explains how simple racial binaries like black/white are no longer sufficient to explain the persistence of racism, capitalism, and elite white power. The neoliberal era features the largest black middle class in US history and extreme racial marginalization. Hohle focuses on how the origins and … More New Book: Racism in the Neoliberal Era – A Meta History of Elite White Power
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)
By Kean Birch. From Edward Elgar: At a time when neoliberalism has become an accepted term in public debate to refer to the current state of modern societies and their political economies, Kean Birch critically analyses the conflicting theories that shape our understanding of ‘neoliberalism’. With an ever-expanding variety of perspectives on the concept of … More New Book: A Research Agenda for Neoliberalism
Edited by by Charlie Walker & Steven Robert. From Palgrave: This book explores the ways in which neoliberal capitalism has reshaped the lives of working-class men around the world. It focuses on the effects of employment change and of new forms of governmentality on men’s experiences of both public and private life. The book presents … More New Book: Masculinity, Labour, and Neoliberalism – Working-Class Men in International Perspective
By David J Bailey, Mònica Clua-Losada, Nikolai Huke, Olatz Ribera-Almandoz. From Routledge: Much of the critical discussion of the European political economy and the Eurozone crisis has focused upon a sense that solidaristic achievements built up during the post-war period are being continuously unravelled. Whilst there are many reasons to lament the trajectory of change … More New Book: Beyond Defeat and Austerity – Disrupting (the Critical Political Economy of) Neoliberal Europe
Professor Steve Keen gets to the root of the many social and political problems facing Europe and the world today, which can be traced back to the fundamental flaws in our neoliberal economic system. These problems are fueling today movements for self-determination, such as in Catalonia, Spain.
by Patrick Bond A few years ago, at the very moment that Africa’s GDP ceased its rapid 2002–11 increase, a profound myth took hold in elite economic and political circles, embodied in the slogan “Africa Rising.”1 That myth persists. Deutsche Bundesbank president Jens Weidmann claimed in June 2017 at a Berlin conference that “Africa stands … More ‘Africa Rising’ in Retreat – New Signs of Resistance