“URPE at the ASSAs: The Proceedings Issue”

Each year, RRPE publishes a selection of papers presented at the URPE Sessions at the Allied Social Science Association annual conference. Sample past issues of the “URPE at the ASSAs: The Proceedings Issue” include:

December 2016, 48(4), with papers by:
Charalampos Konstantinidis, “The Neoliberal Restructuring of Agriculture and Food in Greece”
Paul Cooney, “Reprimarization—Implications for the Environment and Development in Latin America: The Cases of Argentina and Brazil”
Matías Vernengo and David Fields, “DisORIENT: Money, Technological Development and the Rise of the West”
David Barkin and Blanca Lemus, “Third World Alternatives for Building Post-capitalist Worlds”

December 2015, 47(4), with papers by:
David M. Kotz, “Capitalism and Forms of Capitalism: Levels of Abstraction in Economic Crisis Theory”
Erdogan Bakir and Al Campbell, “Is Over-investment the Cause of the Post-2007 U.S. Economic Crisis?”
Gary Mongiovi, “Piketty on Capitalism and Inequality: A Radical Economics Perspective”
David Barkin, “Looking Askance at Picketty’s Inequality from the Third World”
Michael Zweig, “Complicating the Labor Market as a Social Institution”
Swarna Sadasivam Vepa, Brinda Viswanathan, Bhavani R. V., and Rohit Parasar, “Child Under-weight and Agricultural Productivity in India: Implications for Public Provisioning and Women’s Agency”

December 2014, 46(4), with papers by:
Tim Koechlin, “Urban Inequality, Neoliberalism, and the Case for a Multidisciplinary Economics”
Mathieu Dufour and Özgür Orhangazi, “Capitalism, Crisis, and Class: The United States Economy after the 2008 Financial Crisis”
Ismael Hossein-zadeh, “Flaws in the Marxian Explanations of the Great Recession”
Zhongjin Li and Hao Qi, “Labor Process and the Social Structure of Accumulation in China”
Gillian Hewitson, “The Commodified Womb and Neoliberal Families”

September 2013, 45(3), with papers by:
Bret Anderson and Elissa Braunstein, “Economic Growth and Employment from 1990-2010: Explaining Elasticities by Gender”
Marlene Kim, “Policies to End the Gender Wage Gap in the United States”
David M. Kotz, “The Current Economic Crisis in the United States: A Crisis of Over-investment”
Erdogan Bakir and Al Campbell, “The Financial Rate of Profit: What is it, and how has it behaved in the United States?”
Fadhel Kaboub, “The Fiscal Cliff Mythology and the Full Employment Alternative: An Affordable and Productive Plan”
Lynne Chester, “The Failure of Market Fundamentalism: How Electricity Sector Restructuring is Threatening the Economic and Social Fabric”
Peter Skott and Frederick Guy, “Power, Luck and Ideology – Technological and Institutional Parameters of the Agency Problem for CEOs”
Natália Bracarense, “Contact Zones: Development Theory and the “Cultural Turn””
Svetlana Kirdina, “New Systemic Institutional Approach for Comparative Political and Economic Analysis”

September 2012, 44(3), with papers by:
Robert E. Prasch, “Neoliberalism and Ethnic Conflict”
Fadhel Kaboub, ”From Neoliberalism to Social Justice: The Feasability of Full Employment in Tunisia”
Carmen Diana Deere and Jennifer Twyman, “Asset Ownership and Egalitarian Decision Making in Dual-headed Households in Ecuador”
Sanjukta Chaudhuri, “Female Infant Mortality Disadvantage in India: A Regional Analysis”
Michael J. Murray, “The Regional Benefits of the Employer of Last Resort Program”

September 2011, 43(3), with papers by:
David Colander, “Is the Fundamental Science of Macroeconomics Sound?”
Amitava Krishna Dutt, “Macroeconomic Theory After the Crisis”
Christopher Gunn, “Workers’ Participation in Management, Workers’ Control of Production: Worlds Apart”
Al Campbell, “The Role of Workers in Management: The Case of Mondragón”
Minsun Ji, “Global Restructuring, Social Distancing, and a Community-Based Worker’s Center Response”
Jonathan P. Goldstein, “Race in Early Tobacco Advertising: The Case of American Tobacco Cards 1880-1911”