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Heterodox Studies in the Critique of Political Economy
The outbreak of the global economic crisis in 2007 has led to renewed discussion of heterodox economics and Karl Marx’s contributions. Heterodox Studies in the Critique of Political Economy contributes to and seeks to broaden the focus of these discussions. It welcomes proposals from authors working within various heterodox traditions. Contributions to the critique of political economy in the tradition founded by Marx are strongly encouraged, as are other marginalized voices and perspectives. Thus, non-academics, scholars from Asia and the global South, and proponents of perspectives that are under-represented in the existing academic heterodox literature are encouraged to submit proposals. Both single-authored works and edited collections are welcome.
Andrew Kliman (
Alan Freeman, Seongjin Jeong, and Nick Potts
Is Marx's Theory of Profit Right?: The Simultaneist–Temporalist Debate
NICK POTTS AND ANDREW KLIMAN -
CHRIS BYRON; ALAN FREEMAN; ANDREW KLIMAN; SIMON MOHUN...
Lexington Books • March 2019 • Monograph
Accounting for Value in Marx's Capital: The Invisible Hand
Lexington Books • September 2017 • Monograph
The Dissolution of the Financial State: A Marxian Examination of the Political Economy of Money Since the 1930s
Lexington Books • August 2015 • Monograph