World Review of Political Economy

Articles from Vol. 6, No. 1, Spring

Analysis on Neoclassic Equilibrium Theory of Price
(ProQuest: ... denotes formulae omitted.)As far as the content is concerned, the neoclassic price theory mainly includes the product price theory and factor price theory. The former is the equilibrium theory of price; the latter is the marginal productivity...
Comment on H. Nicholas's Paper "What Is the Problem with Neoclassical Price Theory?"
1. IntroductionThis comment shows very briefly that Walras, one of the central figures among the Neoclassical school founders, describes a comprehensive theory of production, capital and money; hence, Nicholas's (2012) main conclusions thatthe preceding...
Metabolic Rifts and Restoration: Agricultural Crises and the Potential of Cuba's Organic, Socialist Approach to Food Production
IntroductionModern large-scale, capitalist agriculture remains at the nexus of numerous social and ecological contradictions. Its ability to produce massive amounts of food is unparalleled, yet billions of people worldwide are malnourished. capital-intensive...
Nation State , Marketisation of Social Services and Uncertainty of Livelihood in India
1. capitalism and changing role of state in Global northThis article addresses the new institutional framework of world capitalist system named neoliberalism and its impact on various segments of Indian economy. capitalism has been a global phenomenon...
Oil Rent Appropriation , Capital Accumulation , and Social Expenditure in Venezuela during Chavism
Venezuela's economic history has shown strong industrial growth since the mid-20th century and particularly from 1960 to 1970, generally related to the Industrialization by Import Substitution model. this growth ended abruptly with the sharp decline...
Review of the New Textbook Series in Modern Political Economics
REVIEW OF THE NEW TEXTBOOK SERIES IN MODERN POLITICAL ECONOMICSNew Textbook Series in Modern Political Economics, edited by Enfu cheng et al.:1. Modern Political Economics, 2nd ed., edited by Enfu Cheng, Jinhua Feng, and Yan Ma, Shanghai, Shanghai University...
Superstructure Determined by Base
1. A Materialistic Understanding of superstructure1.1. Superstructure for Nature: The Productive Roles of State and IdeologyMarxian economics recognizes productive activities as the nature of the human being, but human beings create other dimensions...
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