2018 URPE Steering Committee Elections
Dear URPE members,
The 2018 URPE Steering Committee Ballot is now open! You must be a current member in good standing to vote - please contact email@example.com if you have any questions about your membership or trouble logging in.
There are three candidates running for three open seats on the URPE Steering Committee. Newly elected members will begin their term in the fall of 2018 and will serve for three years.
The election will run for two weeks (September 4-18) and member are able to vote online or with a paper ballot by request.
Ann E. Davis is an Associate Professor of Economics at Marist College and member of URPE since the early 1970s. She has published journal articles on institutional and Marxian approaches to money, gender, and property in the RRPE, Science and Society, Journal of Economic Issues, and Cambridge Journal of Economics, and books published by Palgrave MacMillan (The Evolution of the Property Relation, 2015) and Routledge (Money as a Social Institution 2017) and numerous books chapters. On the steering committee she has contributed to the crisis reader, the URPE history project, the URPE principles project, the website, and to interdisciplinary outreach. In her view, Marx's writings are inherently interdisciplinary, including history, political science, philosophy, and sociology, among others. URPE can continue to enrich the study of Marx by engaging with progressive contributors in these related disciplines. If re-elected to a third term on the Steering Committee, she will continue to engage in outreach to strengthen and deepen the study of Marx's many contributions to the analysis of capitalism and the development of political economic alternatives, and to develop the URPE principles reader under consideration in a widely accessible format.
Mona Ali teaches international political economy at the State University of New York at New Paltz. Her work centers on understanding power and privilege in the global economy. Previous research has focused on transnational corporations, sovereign indebtedness, and trade and financial imbalances in the transatlantic economies. Current research revolves around the Anglo-American axis in the international financial order. Publications in the Cambridge Journal of Economics, the International Review of Applied Economics, Economic and Political Weekly, and Politics and Culture. She has been an URPE member for a long time and is hoping to contribute more by joining its Steering Committee. She is also a member of IAFFE and helped organize IAFFE's 2018 conference at SUNY New Paltz.
Scott Carter has been on the URPE Steering Committee since 2008. He is interested in maintaining and expanding the level of organization of URPE at regional academic conferences as part of the successful efforts at raising URPE's profile. Important in this is the continued organization of graduate and undergraduate students.