World Review of Political Economy

Articles from Vol. 4, No. 2, Summer

Analysis of the High Unemployment Rate in the USA
Abstract: The ongoing crisis of the US economy is the result of the US government's neoliberal policies since the 1980s. The market liberalization and global economic integration advocated by neoliberalism hollows out industry, generates asset bubbles...
A Social Provisioning Employer of Last Resort: Post-Keynesianism Meets Feminist Economics
Abstract: This article proposes a collaboration between post-Keynesians and feminist economists with regard to macroeconomic policies aimed at the socialization of investment, in particular the proposal for the government to act at once as the Employer...
Marx's Theory of Price and Its Modern Rivals
MARX'S THEORY OF PRICE AND ITS MODERN RIVALS, BY HOwARD NICHOLAS First published 2011 by Palgrave Macmillan, an imprint of Macmillan Publishers Limited, registered in England, company number 785998, of Houndmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire RG21 6XS. A division...
On Nikolai Bukharin's Interpretation of Marx's Scheme of Expanded Reproduction
Abstract: There have so far been very few criticisms of Lenin's and Bukharin's interpretation of Marx's scheme of expanded reproduction. This article, therefore, attempts a critical discussion of their views. As a result of the author's analysis, he...
Structural Unemployment in Brazil in the Neoliberal Era
Abstract: The Brazilian economy is historically characterized by an unequal economic and social structure. Over the years, given this economic and social structure, the Brazilian economy developed without solving its main problems. This has created barriers...
The Problem of Absorbing All the Available Labor Force and Capital Composition
Abstract: In this article we open discussion of a very important question for workers, especially in developing countries: Why is capitalism unable to absorb all the exploitable labor force? There is a serious precarization of labor going on all around...
The Sphere of Political Economy and the Ruling Class
Abstract: The article argues that political economy is the sphere and theory through which the dominant class becomes the ruling class and when the ruling class position is acquired, it loses its function and is replaced by economics by leaving it to...
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