The Department of Economics
Working Paper Series




Spring 2015

01-Overdetermination and Monetary Essentialisms: A Class Analytic Approach to the Value of Money by Joseph Rebello

Fall 2014

03-Primitive Accumulation by Rajesh Bhattacharya and Ian J. Seda-Irizarry

02- Balance of Payments Constraints, the U.S. Current Account, and the Crisis of 2008 by J.W Mason

01-The Economics of Illusion and Environmental Justice by Joan Hoffman

Spring 2014

02-Re-centering Class in Critical Theory: A Tribute to Stephen A. Resnick (1938-2013) by Rajesh Bhattacharya and Ian Seda-Irizarry



Financialization: A Critique of the "Autonomization of Capital" Thesis by Rajesh Bhattacharya and Ian Seda-Irizarry



Spring 2013

05-State-Run Capitalism vis-à-vis Private (Quasi) Communism: The Cases of the British Broadcasting Corporation’s Symphony Orchestra and the London Symphony Orchestra by Catherine Mulder

Fall 2012

04-Collective Decision-Making in the Classroom as a Way to Influence Social Praxis by Mathieu Dufour

Spring 2012

03-Evidence from Cocaine and Marijuana Mandatory Minimum Sentencing by Geert Dhondt

02-"More drugs, less crime"1: Why crime dropped in New York City and the US, 1981-2007 by Geert Dhondt

01-Declining in the Periphery: Canada’s Role as a Supplier of Primary Commodities by Mathiue Dufour

Fall 2011

01-New York State’s Negligent Stewardship Calls for Sustainability Study by Joan Hoffman


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