Dante Dallavalle

Dante Dallavalle

Adjunct Lecturer of Economics


M.A., John Jay College of Criminal Justice (2019, Economics)

B.A., Montclair State University (2015, Cultural Anthropology; International Studies)


Dante Dallavalle is a recent graduate from the new John Jay MA in economics.

Interests include: economic history, political economy, geography, and labor economics., approached from a marxist perspective.

He has been published in Jacobin, Tribune Mag, Common Dreams, Alternet, Renegade Inc., amongst others on issues relating to the organized labor, climate change, capitalist dynamics, and the increasing role of the financial system in the world economy.



Professional Memberships

Association for Social Economics (ASE)

Course Taught

Current courses

Statistics for Economists (255)

Understanding US Economic Data (105)

Previous courses

Understanding US Capitalism (101)

Statistics for Economists (255)

Understanding US Economic Data (105)

Scholarly Work

"Corporations Are Broke. It’s Time to Cut Up Their Credit Cards." -Christian Parenti, Dante Dallavalle (03.26.2020)




"Wall Street Is High on Government Supply" -Christian Parenti, Dante Dallavalle (12.03.2020)




"The Limits of “Experiencing” the Climate Crisis" -Christian Parenti, Dante Dallavalle (08.23.2019)



"What Minsky can teach you about volatility…and your pay-packet" -Dante Dallavalle (05.13.2018)



Area of Expertise

Most requested topics by media

Labor & Union Issues
Opioids / Controlled Substances
In The Media


I hosted the former podcast "Left Out" that can still be found wherever you find your podcasts or with a simple google search.