World Review of Political Economy

Articles from Vol. 4, No. 1, Spring

On Althusser's Philosophy of the Encounter
Abstract: The article reviews Althusser's Philosophy of the Encounter, examining in turn the problem of the Epistemological Break and the idea of matérialisme aléatoire. It looks at Althusser's critique of the concept of commodity fetishism and suggests...
On the So-Called "Middle-Class Citizens" as the Power of Social Change
Abstract: This article, looking at the middle-class citizens of today who have grown into the majority of the population in developed countries and who are gradually becoming the majority in emerging countries too, argues that none other than such citizens...
The Academic Career and Achievements of Yuanpeng Hong
Research in economics is one of the most challenging fields in China. Opinions vary greatly in a field that includes a large number of talented people. A group of older economists have contributed greatly to the field, and to the construction of socialist...
The Long Roots of the Present Crisis: Keynesians, Austerians, and Marx's Law
Abstract: The ultimate cause of crises in capitalism is lack of profitability. The Keynesian and Austerians (the supporters of austerity measures), deny this. So their solutions to crises do not work. Keynesian state-induced stimulus programs (redistributive,...
The Power of Marx-Engels Scientific Research Program and Its Fulfilled Predictions: A Note on Heterodox Epistemology
Abstract: Knowledge is an indicator of human development, and to contribute further knowledge to the interpretation of the legacy of Marx and Engels is the objective of this article. The relevant question in this theme is: Is the Marxian messagealive...
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