Patriarchies East and West

Thursday, March 1, 2018

Judith Whitehead. Posted Monthly Review on February 1, 2018. Sara Farris, ln the Name of Women’s Rights: The Rise of Femonationalism (Durham: Duke University Press, 2017), 272 pages,…

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‘Socialism a necessity for human survival’ Interview with John Bellamy Foster, Editor of Monthly Review

Sunday, January 21, 2018

 John Bellamy Foster. Posted  on Monthly Review, Jan 18, 2018.. Originally published: Frontline India by Jipson John & Jitheesh P.M. John Bellamy Foster, Editor of the prestigious Monthly…

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ASSA 2018 – part one: globalisation, inequality and populism

Monday, January 15, 2018

Posted on Michael Roberts’ blog on January, 7 2018. ASSA 2018 is the annual conference of the American Economic Association, drawing together the economics profession in the US…

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Global economics: Top ten posts of 2017: Venezuela, Capital and class

Monday, December 25, 2017

Michael Roberts. So what were the ten top posts in terms of viewings on my blog in 2017? The winner by some distance was my post last August…

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India: how and why the poor don’t count

Sunday, November 5, 2017

Manali Chakrabarti. Posted February 21, 2017 on Redline. According to the World Bank, India’s nominal GDP crossed the $ 2 trillion mark in 20141, and is slated to…

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Looming recession in USA and its social consequences

Wednesday, August 30, 2017

Posted on Marty Hart-Landsberg blog on August 28, 2017. According to Bloomberg News, analysts at a number of major financial institutions see “mounting evidence” that a recession is…

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Don’t Go to the Doctor: The absurdities of the Prevent anti-terrorism program

Friday, May 26, 2017

Karma Nabulsi, London Review of Books. This essay appeared on LRB volume 39, May 18 2017. A colleague of mine at Oxford was asked to see an undergraduate…

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Marx on Immigration: Workers, Wages, and Legal Status

Friday, May 5, 2017

David Wilson. Posted on Monthly Review Volume 68 Number 9. On April 9, 1870, Karl Marx wrote a long letter to Sigfrid Meyer and August Vogt, two of…

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Is Africa rising? A critical perspective (2) – “a makeover of the mechanisms of domination and social injustice”

Sunday, March 12, 2017

Jean Nanga, Europe Solidaire Sans Frontiers. The narrative about Africa in the international media, in particular the economic press, as well as in academic journals, is changing. It…

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Rising global inequality 150 years after Capital

Thursday, February 23, 2017

from Michael Roberts blog. A very small elite owns the means of production and finance and that is how they usurp the lion’s share and more of the…

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