Editor: Professor Paul Zarembka
Subject: Sociology and Public Policy (view other series in this subject area)
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Research in Political Economy analyzes society in a manner consistent with classical Marxism. International in scope, the annual volumes deal primarily with economic and political issues and the unity between them. The series presents definitive volumes that bring together significant, rigorous scholarship where both theoretical and empirical works are included.
The book series provides a forum for debate around the interdisciplinary nature of political economy.
The collections published each year provide cutting edge ideas by leading scholars on a global scale.
Research in Political Economy has played an important role in developing the scientific Marxist agenda for the last 25 years. This series provides an intelligent forum for serious radical scholarship that is absent from most mainstream publications.
The series provides important definitive volumes by scholars from around the world, and is essential reading for all academics, researchers and practitioners interested in the areas of economic and political issues and the unity between them.
International in scope, the annual volumes deal primarily with economic and political issues and the unity between them. Both theoretical and empirical works are included. Recent volumes have covered topics such as: Why Capitalism Survives Crises; The Hidden History of 9-11-2001; The Capitalist State and Its Economy; Economic Theory of Capitalism and Its Crises; and Latest Developments in Marxist Theory.
Research in Political Economy can accept papers up to 50 pages in print (on occasion, even longer) and thus is appropriate for work which is not book length, yet is substantial. While published papers must be appropriate for developing class analysis of society, they need not be explicitly Marxist. Usual practice for submissions is review by two competent persons, on a double-blind basis, within a relatively short period of time.
State University of New York, Buffalo, USA
"Collections like Research in Political Economy provide a forum for … serious radical scholarship so grotesquely absent from most mainstream periodicals."
Richard B. DuBoff, Monthly Review
"(Research in Political Economy)...has played a very positive role in developing the scientific Marxist agenda for the last 25 years."
Ajit Sinha, Science & Society
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