Book Chapters, by Author
Book Chapters on Topics in Political Economy
authored by members of IIPPE, 2015 ff.
Listed by Author.
Note: Non first-author co-authored chapters will be listed under the names of all IIPPE members who submit them to be listed [member author name in square brackets preceding standard listing].
(last updated November 1, 2020)
Bodrunov, Sergey and Plotnikov Vladimir (2019) ‘Integration of Market and Planning Tools in Economic Policy’ in Proceedings of the 34th International Business Information Management Association Conference (IBIMA) – Vision 2025: Education Excellence and Management of Innovations through Sustainable Economic Competitive Advantage, 13-14 November 2019, Madrid, Spain, 6096-6102.
Bodrunov, Sergey, Tkachenko Еlena, Karlik Аleksandr and Rogova Elena (2019) ‘Application of KM Techniques in the Assessment Competences in High-Tech Industries’ in Proceedings of the 20th European Conference on Knowledge Management ECKM, Hosted by Universidade Europeia de Lisboa, Lisbon, Portugal, 5-6 September 2019. Volume 2, 1023-1032.
Campbell, Al (2018) ‘Cuba’s cooperative sector and its of deep reforms in its model of socialism: Some considerations’, in Sonja Novkovic and Henry Veltmeyer (eds.) Co-operativism and Local Development in Cuba. Boston: Brill, 160 – 178.
Campbell, Al (2017) ‘Building a (Very) New Road to Socialism? Cuba in the 21st Century’, in Richard Westra, Rob Albritton and Seongjin Jeong (eds.) Varieties of Alternative Economic Systems. New York: Routledge, 141 – 156.
Campbell, Al (2017) ‘Cuba. Moving Beyond Capitalism in Pursuit of Human Development’, in Paul Cooney, Ann Davis, Julio Huato, Paddy Quick, Geoffrey Schneider, Ramaa Vasudevan, and Matias Vernengo (eds.) Imperiled Economies 2018. Boston: Dollars & Sense, 133 – 138.[Campbell, Al] Erdogan Bakir and Al Campbell (2017) ‘Business Cycles: Sort-term Dynamics’, in David M. Brennen, David Kristjanson-Gural, Catherine P. Mulder and Erik K. Olsen (eds.) Routledge Handbook of Marxian Economics. New York: Routledge, 234-244.
Campbell, Al and Erdogan Bakir (2016) “The Incubator of the Great Meltdown of 2008: the Structure and Practices of U.S. Neoliberalism as Attacks on Labor” (with Erdogan Bakir), in Turan Subaset (ed.) The Great Financial Meltdown: Systemic, Conjunctural or Policy Created? Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, 116 – 135.
Campbell, Al (2015) ‘The Impact of the Global Post-2007 Economic Crisis and Subsequent Lethargic Performance on Cuba’s Economy’, in Juan Santarcángelo, Orlando Justo and Paul Cooney (eds.) Latin America after the Financial Crisis: Economic Ramifications from Heterodox Perspectives. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 141-163.[Campbell, Al] Aba, Anil and Al Campbell (2015) ‘Cuba’, in Mehmet Odekon (ed.), Encyclopedia of World Poverty (2nd ed.). Thousand Oaks: Sage Publications, 317-319.
[Chester, Lynne] Jo, Tae-Hee, Chester, Lynne and D’Ippoloti, Carlo (2018) ‘The state of the art and challenges for heterodox economics’, in Jo, Tae-Hee, Chester, Lynne and D’Ippoloti, Carlo (eds.) Handbook of Heterodox Economics, London: Routledge, pp. 3-26.
Chester, Lynne (2018) ‘An exit strategy from capitalism’s ecological crisis’, in Jo, Tae-Hee, Chester, Lynne and D’Ippoloti, Carlo (eds.) Handbook of Heterodox Economics. London: Routledge, pp. 429-443.
Chester, Lynne (2017) ‘Rethinking energy’, in Rochon, Louis-Philippe and Rossi, Sergio (eds.) A Modern Guide to Rethinking Economics. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, pp. 337-357.
Chester, Lynne (2016) ‘Studying low income households: Challenges and issues’ in Lee, Fred and Cronin, Bruce (eds.) Handbook of Research Methods and Applications in Heterodox Economics. London: Edward Elgar, pp. 341-363.
Chester, Lynne (2016) ‘A Régulationist analysis of an industry sector using mixed research methods’, in Lee, Frederic S. and Cronin, Bruce (eds.) Handbook of Research Methods and Applications in Heterodox Economics. London: Edward Elgar, pp. 569-589.
Chester, Lynne (2016), ‘Analyzing actually-existing markets’ in Jo, Tae-Hee and Todorova, Zdravka (eds.) Frontiers of Heterodox Economics: Essays in Honor of Frederic S. Lee. London: Routledge, pp. 190-209.
Choonara, Joseph (2018) ‘Class and the Classical Marxist Tradition’, in Deirdre O’Neill and Mike Wayne (eds.), Considering Class: Theory, Culture and Media in the 21st Century. Leiden: Brill, 13-30. https://doi.org/10.1163/9789004319523_003
Crespo, Ricardo F. (2020) ‘Identity: Individual and Social, and a Theory of a “Polymorphic” but Unique Identity’, in Dolfsma, Wilfred, Wade Hands and Robert McMaster (eds.), History, Methodology and Social Economics, Abingdon: Routledge, 51-66.
Crespo, Ricardo F. (2017) ‘Aristotelian hylomorphism: A framework for non-physicalist philosophers about philosophy of mind”, in Gargiulo, Pascual and Humberto L. Mesones (eds.) Psychiatry and Neuroscience Update. Vol. II: A Translational Approach. Dordrecht: Springer, 37-46. ISBN 978-3-319-53125-0 ISBN 978-3-319-53126-7 (eBook), DOI 10.1007/978-3-319-53126-7.
Donmez, Pinar E. (2018) “Politicisation as governing strategy versus resistance: Demystifying capitalist social relations and state in Turkey”, in J. Buller, P. E. Donmez, A. Standring and M. Wood (eds.) Comparing Strategies of (De)Politicisation in Europe, Cham: Palgrave Macmillan. https://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-3-319-64236-9_7
Fine, Ben (2016) ‘Neoclassical Economics: An Elephant is not a Chimera But Is a Chimera Real?’, in Jamie Morgan (ed.) What is this ‘school’ called neoclassical economics?: Debating the origins, meaning and significance. London: Routledge, 180-99.
Fine, Ben (2016) ‘The Systemic Failings in Framing Neo-Liberal Social Policy’, in Turan Subaset (ed.) The great financial meltdown: systemic, conjunctural or policy created? Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, 159-77.
Fine, Ben (2017) ‘The Continuing Enigmas of Social Policy’, in Ilcheog Ye (ed.) Towards Universal Health Care in emerging economies: opportunities and challenges, London: Palgrave MacMillan, 29-60.
Fine, Ben and Alfredo Saad-Filho (2017) ‘Marxist Economics’, in Lillian Fischer et al (eds), Rethinking Economics: An Introduction to Pluralist Economics, London: Routledge, 19-32. https://blackwells.co.uk/bookshop/product/9781138222687?gC=5a105e8b&gclid=EAIaIQobChMIoavakOWp6gIViK3tCh30VgPSEAQYASABEgJv5fD_BwE[Fine, Ben] Bayliss, Kate, Ben Fine and Mary Robertson (2018) ‘The Systems of Provision Approach to Understanding Consumption’, in Olga Kravets, Pauline Maclaran, Steven Miles and Alladi Venkatesh (eds.) The SAGE handbook of consumer culture, London: Sage, 27-42. https://us.sagepub.com/en-us/nam/the-sage-handbook-of-consumer-culture/book245907
Fine, Ben and Gabriel Pollen (2018) ‘The Developmental State Paradigm in the Age of Financialisation’, in G. Honor Fagan and Ronaldo Munck (eds.) Handbook on development and social change, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, 211-27.
Fine, Ben (2018) ‘In and Against Orthodoxy: Teaching Economics in the Neoliberal Era’, in Samuel Decker, Wolfram Elsner and Svenja Flechtner (eds.) Advancing pluralism in teaching economics: international perspectives on a textbook science, London: Routledge, 78-94. https://www.routledge.com/Advancing-Pluralism-in-Teaching-Economics-International-Perspectives-on/Decker-Elsner-Flechtner/p/book/9781138037625[Fine, Ben] Reynolds, John and Ben Fine (2019) ‘Introduction: Revisiting Harold Wolpe in Post-apartheid South Africa’, in John Reynolds, Ben Fine and Robert van Niekerk (eds.) Race, class and the post-apartheid democratic state. Pietermaritzburg: University of KwaZulu-Natal Press, 1-28. https://www.amazon.com/Race-Class-Post-Apartheid-Democratic-State/dp/1869144198
Fine, Ben (2019) ‘Post-apartheid South Africa: It’s Neoliberalism, Stupid!’, in John Reynolds, Ben Fine and Robert van Niekerk (eds.) Race, class and the post-apartheid democratic state. Pietermaritzburg: University of KwaZulu-Natal Press, 75-95. https://www.amazon.com/Race-Class-Post-Apartheid-Democratic-State/dp/1869144198
Fine, Ben andRobert van Niekerk (2019) ‘Conclusion: Harold Wolpe: Towards the Politics of Liberation in a Democratic South Africa’, in John Reynolds, Ben Fine and Robert van Niekerk (eds.) Race, class and the post-apartheid democratic state. Pietermaritzburg: University of KwaZulu-Natal Press, 338-68. https://www.amazon.com/Race-Class-Post-Apartheid-Democratic-State/dp/1869144198
Fine, Ben (2019) ‘Marx and Value: The Enigma Code for Contemporary Capitalism’, in Mary Davis, Harsev Bains, Bruni de la Motte and Meirian Jump (eds.) Marx200 – the significance of Marxism in the 21st century. Glasgow: Praxis Press7-11. https://www.amazon.co.uk/MARX200-SIGNIFICANCE-MARXISM-21ST-CENTURY/dp/1899155090
Funk, Kevin (2020) “Constructing ‘Progressive Neoliberal’ Citizens: The Political Economy of Corporate Global Imaginaries,” in Chapman, Debra D., et al. (eds.) The Global Citizenship Nexus: Critical Studies. New York: Routledge, 211-240. https://www.routledge.com/The-Global-Citizenship-Nexus-Critical-Studies/Chapman-Ruiz-Chapman-Eglin/p/book/9780367335816
Funk, Kevin (2016) “How Latin America Met the Arab World: Toward a Political Economy of Arab-Latin American Relations,” in Tawil Kuri, Marta (ed.) Latin American Foreign Policies towards the Middle East: Actors, Contexts, and Trends. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 11-36. https://www.palgrave.com/gp/book/9781137601308
Humphrys, Elizabeth (2019) ‘Halcyon Days?: The Amalgamated Metal Workers’ Union and the Accord’, in Evan Smith, Jon Piccini and Matthew Worley (eds) The Far Left in Australia Since 1945. Routledge: London.
Lambert, Thomas E. and Michael Bewley (2016) ‘Chapter 27: The Use of Quasi-experimental Design in Urban and Regional Policy Research and Political Economy’ in Lee, Frederick S. and Bruce Cronin (eds.) Handbook of Research Methods and Applications in Heterodox Economics, Cheltenham, UK and Northampton, MA, USA: Edward Elgar Publishers, 535-553. https://www.e-elgar.com/shop/usd/handbook-of-research-methods-and-applications-in-heterodox-economics-9781782548454.html
Mohun, Simon and Roberto Veneziani (2018) ‘Value, Price and Exploitation: The Logic of the Transformation Problem’, in R. Veneziani and L. Zamparelli, Analytical Political Economy, Hoboken NJ and Chichester UK: Wiley-Blackwell, ch. 10.[Mohun, Simon] Foley, Duncan and Simon Mohun (2016) ‘Value and Price’, in Faccarello, Gilbert and Heinz Kurz (eds.), Handbook of the History of Economic Thought, Volume 3: Developments in Major Fields of Economics, London and Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, pp. 589-610.
Mohun, Simon (2016) ‘Inequality, Money Markets and Crisis’, in Subasat, Turan (ed.), The Great Global Meltdown of 2008: Systemic, Conjunctural or Policy-created? London and Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, Ch. 12.
Nayak, Nandini (2017) ‘Workers or Beneficiaries: The Varied Politics of NREGA implementation in south-west Madhya Pradesh’, in Nagaraj, R. and Sripad Motiram (eds.) The Political Economy of Contemporary India. New Delhi: Cambridge University Press, 331-362. https://www.cambridge.org/core/books/political-economy-of-contemporary-india/590052789AF35F236577515F7FF998B1
Nayak, Nandini (2016) ‘Women Workers, Collective Action and the “Right to Work” in Madhya Pradesh’, in Nielsen, Kenneth Bo and Alf Nilsen (eds.) Social Movements and the State in India: Deepening Democracy?. Series Title: Rethinking International Development. Heidelberg: Palgrave Macmillan, 115-139. https://www.palgrave.com/gp/book/9781137591326[Nayak, Nandini] Khera, Reetika and Nayak, Nandini (2016) ‘Women Workers and Perceptions of the National Rural Employment Guarantee Act’, in Drèze, Jean (ed.) Social Policy. Series Title: Readings on the Economy, Polity and Society: Essays from Economic and Political Weekly. New Delhi: Orient Blackswan and Economic and Political Weekly, 300-319. https://orientblackswan.com/details?id=9788125062844
Vlachou Andriana (2018) ‘Ecological Challenges: A Marxist Response’ in T. Burczak, R. Garnett, and R. McIntyre (eds.) Knowledge, Class, and Economics: Marxism without Guarantees. London and New York: Routledge, 485-501.