World Review of Political Economy

Articles from Vol. 6, No. 3, Fall

A Marxist Approach of the Middle-Income Trap in China
(ProQuest: ... denotes formulae omitted.)I. IntroductionWith a GDP growth of 7.8% in both 2012 and 2013, its lowest growth rate since 1999, China has undeniably been incurring an economic slowdown since the end of the 2000s (see Figure I). This turndown...
Are We Sure about the Effects of the Egyptian Uprisings?: A Seemingly Unrelated Regressions Approach
(ProQuest: ... denotes formulae omitted.)1. IntroductionThe historic uprising of the Egyptian population in January 2011 has raised many questions regarding its potential causes. Many discussions have been raised regarding the underlying causes of the...
Evaluation and Comparative Analysis of Global Environmental Competitiveness
1. Connotations and Component Elements of Global Environmental Competitiveness (GEC)1.1. Connotations of GECSince the 1990s, the concept of environmental competitiveness has been frequently used and has become a high priority. However, but as discussion...
Fourier and Agriculture
1. IntroductionIn the early 20th century, political and revolutionary Marxism had become "hegemonic" over other socialist theories. Perhaps now the others can re-emerge. The strange and brilliant Charles Fourier certainly deserves more exposure. We need...
How to Preserve Capitalist System? Review of Capital in the Twenty-First Century, by Thomas Piketty
HOW TO PRESERVE CAPITALIST SYSTEM? REVIEW OF CAPITAL IN THE TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY, BY THOMAS PIKETTY Le capital au XXIe siècle [Capital in the Twenty-First Century], by Thomas Piketty, Paris, Éditions du Seuil, 2013, 970 pp., EUR 25 (paperback), ISBN...
The Anarchy of Globalization: Local and Global, Intended and Unintended Consequences
IntroductionThis article was originally prepared for a conference on "The Local Effects of Globalization" at Artvin University in Hopa, Turkey. Its topic plays with a delightful irony because globalization rhetorically suggests a homogeneous world. In...
The Pattern of Capital Reproduction in Brazil
1. IntroductionThe Pattern of Capital Reproduction is a concept which developed within the Marxist Theory of Dependency (Marini [1973] 2000; Osorio 2012a). Its theoretical level is more concrete than that of Marx's process of capital accumulation and...
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