Advances in Heterodox Economics

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1. Cover image for 'Are Worker Rights Human Rights?'
Richard P. McIntyre
In a global economy, workers must assert their collective rights as workers in order to win human rights as individuals
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1. Cover image for 'Are Worker Rights Human Rights?'
Richard P. McIntyre
In a global economy, workers must assert their collective rights as workers in order to win human rights as individuals
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2. Cover image for 'Future Directions for Heterodox Economics'
John T. Harvey and Robert F. Garnett, Jr., Editors

A comprehensive survey of the current state—and future direction—of heterodox economic thought

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3. Cover image for 'Socialism after Hayek'
Theodore A. Burczak
Develops an ethical and economically feasible model of socialism, based on a novel synthesis of Hayekian market process theory, Marxian class theory, and an Aristotelian theory of justice
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Theodore A. Burczak
Develops an ethical and economically feasible model of socialism, based on a novel synthesis of Hayekian market process theory, Marxian class theory, and an Aristotelian theory of justice
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Feminist Perspectives on Families, Work, and Globalization
Drucilla K. Barker and Susan F. Feiner
The first accessible book to offer a feminist analysis of economic relationships illuminates the role of gender in contemporary economic life
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Feminist Perspectives on Families, Work, and Globalization
Drucilla K. Barker and Susan F. Feiner
The first accessible book to offer a feminist analysis of economic relationships illuminates the role of gender in contemporary economic life
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A Theoretical Reconstruction
John McDermott
A new model for contemporary economic behavior
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Over the past two decades, the intellectual agendas of heterodox economists have taken a decidedly pluralist turn. Leading heterodox thinkers have moved beyond the established paradigms of Austrian, Feminist, Institutional-Evolutionary, Marxian, Post Keynesian, Radical, Social, and Sraffian economics—opening up new lines of analysis, criticism, and dialogue among dissenting schools of thought. This cross-fertilization of ideas is creating a new generation of scholarship in which novel combinations of heterodox ideas are being brought to bear on important contemporary and historical problems.

Advances in Heterodox Economics aims to promote this new scholarship by publishing innovative books in heterodox economic theory, policy, philosophy, intellectual history, institutional history, and pedagogy. Syntheses or critical engagements of two or more heterodox traditions are especially encouraged.

The editor and associate editors work closely with individual authors to ensure the quality of all published works.

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Advances in Heterodox Economics

Over the past two decades, the intellectual agendas of heterodox economists have taken a decidedly pluralist turn. Leading heterodox thinkers have moved beyond the established paradigms of Austrian, Feminist, Institutional-Evolutionary, Marxian, Post Keynesian, Radical, Social, and Sraffian economics—opening up new lines of analysis, criticism, and dialogue among dissenting schools of thought. This cross-fertilization of ideas is creating a new generation of scholarship in which novel combinations of heterodox ideas are being brought to bear on important contemporary and historical problems.

Advances in Heterodox Economics aims to promote this new scholarship by publishing innovative books in heterodox economic theory, policy, philosophy, intellectual history, institutional history, and pedagogy. Syntheses or critical engagements of two or more heterodox traditions are especially encouraged.

The editor and associate editors work closely with individual authors to ensure the quality of all published works.


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Fred Lee, University of Missouri—Kansas City

Rob Garnett, Texas Christian University

Associate Editors
John King, La Trobe University

Sheila C. Dow, University of Stirling

Paul Downward, Loughborough University

Series Editors

Fred Lee, University of Missouri—Kansas City

Rob Garnett, Texas Christian University

Associate Editors
John King, La Trobe University

Sheila C. Dow, University of Stirling

Paul Downward, Loughborough University


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