Capital & Class

A scholarly journal devoted to the analysis of global capitalism in the Marxist tradition. Coverage includes the labor, trade union and other radical movements, such as anti-racism, environmentalism and feminism. Content includes feature and survey articl

Articles from No. 89, Summer

Debating Critical Realism in Economics
In responding to Nielsen and Morgan, it makes sense to detail the context in which my original piece appeared (Fine, 2004a). The first draft was submitted to the editor in 2000, and the final version, shortened and tempered upon request, followed soon...
From Mainstream Economics to the Boundaries of Marxism
To understand and to evaluate realistically one's adversary's position and his reasons (and sometimes one's adversary is the whole of past thought) means precisely to be liberated from the prison of ideologies in the bad sense of the word--that ...
Hegemony, Class Struggle and the Radical Historiography of Global Monetary Standards
[T]here seem to have been very few efforts to apply Marx's concepts to international monetary phenomena ... the questions asked ... do not seem to demand a class-based interpretation. John S. Odell, u.s.. International Monetary Policy Introduction...
Modernisation or Casualisation? Numerical Flexibility in Public Services
Introduction Traditionally, the trade-off for moderation in demands for wage increases has been the expectation of job security, incremental career progression, pension rights and generous sickness allowances (Fredman & Morris, 1989; Winchester...
Research Note on the Marxists Internet Archive
www.marxists.org Most radical and working-class organisations and movements are now largely marginalised and fragmented. The literature they disseminated and introduced to young people in the past is disappearing, and their voices are being drowned...
Rethinking Labour Markets: A Critical-Realist-Socioeconomic Perspective
Introduction Labour markets are central to the neoliberal agenda. Hardly a week passes without a government minister or a leading industrialist urging us towards ever greater labour-market flexibility. Tony Blair, for example, noted that 'Moving...
State, Labour and Market in Post-Revolution Serbia
A place where there isn't any trouble. Do you suppose there is such a place, Toto? There must be. It's not a place you can get to by a boat or a train. It's far, far away. Behind the moon, beyond the rain. (Dorothy in The Wizard of Oz, 1939) Introduction...
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