Vol. 35 Nbr. 1, February 2011
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- Critical realism, Marxism and the critique of neoclassical economics.
- Unfree labour as primitive accumulation?
- Who rules Iran? The June 2009 election and political turmoil.
- The construction of a trans-European labour movement.
- The internationalisation of Gulf capital and Palestinian class formation.
- Economic conscience and public discourse.
- Cutting government deficits: economic science or class war?
- Mark Neocleous: Critique of Security.
- Pierre Bourdieu: Political Interventions: Social Science and Political Action.
- Marcus Taylor (ed.): Global Economy Contested: Power and Conflict across the International Division of Labour.
- Andreas Bieler, Ingemar Lindberg, and Devan Pillay (eds.): Labour and the Challenges of Globalisation: What Prospects for Transnational Solidarity?
- Susanne Soederberg: Global Governance in Question: Empire, Class and the New Common Sense in Managing North-South Relations.
- Jamie Morgan: Private Equity Finance: Rise and Repercussions.
- Christian Marazzi: Capital and Language: From the New Economy to the War Economy.
- David R. Roediger: How Race Survived U.S. History: From Settlement and Slavery to the Obama Phenomenon.
- Tuna Baskoy: The Political Economy of European Union Competition Policy: A Case Study of the Telecommunications Industry.
- Roberto Mangabeira Unger: What Should the Left Propose?
- Isabella Bakker and Rachel Silvey (eds.): Beyond States and Markets: The Challenges of Social Reproduction.
- Paula Allman: On Marx: An Introduction to the Revolutionary Intellect of Karl Marx.
- Ricardo Bellofiore and Roberto Fineschi (eds.): Re-Reading Marx: New Perspectives after the Critical Edition.
- Books available for review.