World Review of Political Economy

Articles from Vol. 3, No. 1, Spring

Analysis of the Freemasons in the Light of the Complete Works of Marx and Engels
Abstract: Studies of the Freemasons, even though rare and scattered, have been carried out by Chinese scholars for a long time, but they have never become the focus of academic debates until recent years. There are dozens of discussions concerning the...
Capitalism's Inherent Paradox in Relation to International Development
Abstract: The article questions whether free market capitalism can provide a basis for human prosperity. It argues that the two fundamental contradictions of the current formulation of capitalism generate an inherently paradoxical system that is bound...
Dynamic Modeling towards a Society of Solidarity
Abstract: This article contains some considerations on models which shall support a better understanding of the transition process to a society of solidarity. The possible structure of a dynamic model is discussed by presenting different modules which...
From the Subprime to the Sovereign Crisis: Why Keynesianism Does Not Work
Abstract: This article analyzes the recent global economic crisis in the central capitalist economies from the viewpoint of Marxian political economy. In the first section, it examines the so-called sovereign crisis concerning the deepening fiscal crisis...
Social Sciences for the Support of a World of Solidarity1
Abstract: By taking up Marx and Engels' motive to transform utopian types of socialism into a scientific project, this article describes the advances in science on the level of mathematical modeling and simulation. One can see that there is a shiftof...
The Academic Career and Achievements of Xinghua Wei
Academic CareerXinghua Wei was born in October 1925 in Wutai County of Shanxi Province, in north China. He entered the Tuo Yang higher primary school in the town of Dongye in the spring of 1937. However, he missed several years after the Japanese army...
The Limits of Capital: Methodology and Ontology by Aleksandr Buzgalin and Andrey Kolganov
THE LIMITS OF CAPITAL: METHODOLOGY AND ONTOLOGY BY ALEKSANDR BUZGALIN AND ANDREY KOLGANOV Published 2009 by Cultural Revolution, Moscow, Russia. 680pp. Hardback. ISBN: 978-5-250-06064-6.The world economic crisis, which came as a surprise to 99 percent...
Where Will the Euro-Crisis Take Us To: Germany's Third Attempt?
Abstract: The volume of global financial transactions has grown faster than the global GDP since 1990. Imperialism leads to ever deeper crises. The financial, banking, and Euro-crisis is a crisis of state monopoly capitalism. Lower wages and deeper social...
World Association for Political Economy: A Membership Organization
What the World Association for Political Economy (WAPE) Stands for The aim of WAPE is to unite Marxist economists of the world to work together, to develop Marxist political economy and strengthen the influence of Marxist Political Economy in the world...
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