World Review of Political Economy

Articles from Vol. 4, No. 4, Winter

Analysis on the Factors That Influence the Utilization Rate of Renewable Energy in the Framework of Marxist Reproduction
Abstract: Developing the renewable energy to replace traditional fossil energy is not only an essential part of sustainable development strategies of most countries all over the world, but also an important theoretical issue that draws the attention...
A Review of the Eighth Forum of the World Association for Political Economy
Abstract: There are many kinds of inequalities such as inequalities between nations, gender inequalities, racial inequalities, and especially income and wealth inequalities, which are emerging as the most important ones in the current global crisis of...
Brazil: Extractive Capitalism and the Great Leap Backward
Abstract: This article examines Brazil's economic, social and environmental policy under neoliberal and center-left regimes, and finds substantial continuities in promoting an extractive economic development strategy. The devastating impacts on the Amazon,...
Inequalities and World Capitalism: Analysis, Policy and Action
May 26, 2013Since the end of 2007, when the latest historic crisis of capitalism became the worst ever, countries from Latin America and Asia, especially China, are referred to as new actors of a changing world as an alternative to capitalism.There are...
Opening Speech at the Eighth Forum of the World Association for Political Economy
Dear Mr. President, members of WAPE, distinguished guests, Good morning!I now announce the opening of the Eighth Forum of the World Association for Political Economy, the theme of which is "Inequality and World Capitalism: Analysis, Policy and Action."First,...
POLITICAL ECONOMY FOR 21st-CENTURY MODELS OF SOCIAL DEMOCRACY AND SOCIALISM: Following Up the Issues Raised by David Harvey
Abstract: This article intends to re-examine what is necessary and desirable for reconstructing social democracy and socialism for the 21st century against neoliberalism. It starts by reviewing the final chapter of David Harvey's The Enigma of Capital...
Régulation Approach to Financial Crisis: Potential Economic Policies under Structural Changes of Institution
Abstract: In this article, we argue the recent financial crisis from the point of view of institutional economics, particularly from the Régulation approach. This approach emphasizes "institution is important" for economic analysis, so Régulationists...
Speech upon Receiving the World Marxian Economic Award (I)
I am very grateful to WAPE for awarding me the World Marxian Economics Award 2013. I am unable to attend the Brazil conference due to my age. So I will have to rely on this unorthodox way to share with you some of the experiences and reflections concerning...
Speech upon Receiving the World Marxian Economics Award (Ii)
I am very honored to receive the World Marxian Economics Award 2013 from the World Association for Political Economy (WAPE). I would like to praise the efforts of a large group of political economists in the world who are in the vanguard of the fight...
The Reduction of Inequality in Latin America during 2000-2010: A Path to Development?
Abstract: After implementation of the structural adjustment model in the region since the 1990s, we see that the benefits to economic growth and social equality were mediocre, even if there was a recovery cycle between 2004 and 2008, although Latin America...
Winners of World Marxian Economics Award (2013)
The World Marxian Economic Award 2013 was granted to Xinghua Wei and Theotonio Dos SantosProfessor Xinghua Wei has been researching the economic theory and problems that appeared in the process of China's economic development, reform and opening-up by...
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